Vogue With A View: Fashion & Textile Museum Exhibition and Champagne Afternoon Tea For Two

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Vogue With A View: Fashion & Textile Museum Exhibition and Champagne Afternoon Tea For Two

Bermondsey, London

£137
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Why we love it

Housed in a colourful converted warehouse on trendy Bermondsey Street, the Fashion & Textile Museum is the brainchild of iconic British designer, Zandra Rhodes and offers an ongoing programme of changing exhibitions, including the likes of ‘Liberty in Fashion’ and ‘Night and Day: 1930s Fashion and Photographs’. After delving into an exhibition of your choice at this London institution, savour unforgettable views over a champagne afternoon tea at contemporary and chic Oblix West at The Shard.

What's Included?

  • Discover the innovative world of fashion at London’s Fashion & Textile Museum
  • Enjoy access to an exhibition
  • Indulge in a Champagne Afternoon Tea at Oblix at The Shard
  • Receive one glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne each
  • Savour an unlimited selection of tea, sandwiches, scones and pastries, made from the finest locally sourced ingredients

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to Truly guests

Description

Situated in buzzing Bermondsey Village, The Fashion and Textile Museum is the passion project of inimitable English designer Zandra Rhodes. Founded in 2003, the museum is housed in a converted warehouse, re-designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta in collaboration with Rhodes. An eye-catching monument of hot pink, burnt orange, yellow, and bright blue, the building has become a vibrant tourist attraction in its own right.

In addition to exhibiting elements of fashion and textiles, the centre offers inspiration to a new generation of creatives. As part of the Newham College of Further Education, one of Europe's largest further education colleges, the museum is a hub of learning, ideas and networking for the fashion and textiles industry. This innovative space houses its own printing workshop, fashion school and textile studio, in which it runs a variety of creative courses and workshops.

Rather than running a permanent exhibit, the Fashion and Textile Museum offers a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile displays. Before your visit, take your pick from the exhibitions on offer to discover a part of fashion that most resonates with you. Old school glamour, innovative contemporary fashion, iconic fashion photographers; the choice is yours.

Following your vogue visit, enjoy a luxury afternoon tea at the nearby Oblix West. The destination bar and kitchen is located on the 32nd floor of one of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Shard. Owned by award winning chef turned international restaurateur Rainer Becker, the elevated space is renowned for its urban feel and contemporary design.

Armed with a glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne, delve into a selection of classic British treats, with a modern twist. A bottomless variety of fresh sandwiches, scones and pastries will whet the appetite, accompanied by your choice of tea. Produced from the finest locally sourced ingredients, your sweet and savoury treats are inspired by the boroughs of London, from brick lane market to to Harrow bee’s honeycomb, making it a quintessentially British experience.

Fashionable urban décor, a glass of bubbly and panoramic views of London’s skyline. It doesn’t get any more chic than this.

Description

Situated in buzzing Bermondsey Village, The Fashion and Textile Museum is the passion project of inimitable English designer Zandra Rhodes. Founded in 2003, the museum is housed in a converted warehouse, re-designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta in collaboration with Rhodes. An eye-catching monument of hot pink, burnt orange, yellow, and bright blue, the building has become a vibrant tourist attraction in its own right.

In addition to exhibiting elements of fashion and textiles, the centre offers inspiration to a new generation of creatives. As part of the Newham College of Further Education, one of Europe's largest further education colleges, the museum is a hub of learning, ideas and networking for the fashion and textiles industry. This innovative space houses its own printing workshop, fashion school and textile studio, in which it runs a variety of creative courses and workshops.

Rather than running a permanent exhibit, the Fashion and Textile Museum offers a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile displays. Before your visit, take your pick from the exhibitions on offer to discover a part of fashion that most resonates with you. Old school glamour, innovative contemporary fashion, iconic fashion photographers; the choice is yours.

Following your vogue visit, enjoy a luxury afternoon tea at the nearby Oblix West. The destination bar and kitchen is located on the 32nd floor of one of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Shard. Owned by award winning chef turned international restaurateur Rainer Becker, the elevated space is renowned for its urban feel and contemporary design.

Armed with a glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne, delve into a selection of classic British treats, with a modern twist. A bottomless variety of fresh sandwiches, scones and pastries will whet the appetite, accompanied by your choice of tea. Produced from the finest locally sourced ingredients, your sweet and savoury treats are inspired by the boroughs of London, from brick lane market to to Harrow bee’s honeycomb, making it a quintessentially British experience.

Fashionable urban décor, a glass of bubbly and panoramic views of London’s skyline. It doesn’t get any more chic than this.

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Book in for an exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum at 1pm, then for Oblix at 3.15pm.
  • Allow approximately 5 to 10 minutes walk between the two venues.

Fashion & Textile Museum Opening times:

  • Fashion & Textile Museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 11am–6pm (Thursdays until 8pm) and Sundays, 11am–5pm. Last admission 45 minutes before closing.
  • Exhibition sessions are held three times a day (four one Thursdays). Morning session tickets enter from 11am, Lunchtime session tickets enter from 1pm and Afternoon session tickets enter from 3pm (Thursday 'Late' session tickets enter from 5pm)

Oblix West:

  • Champagne Afternoon Tea is served Saturday & Sunday, 12pm to 4pm.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

This experience is priced for 2 people. The experience can be extended up to a maximum group size of 6 people, by purchasing extra guests above.

The Fashion & Textile Museum does not have a permanent display and instead offers one focussed temporary exhibition every three months within a year which allows the Museum to display a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile items.

Extra drinks are not included with this experience. Any additional products or services consumed can be paid for on site.

Service charge (13.5%) is included.

Oblix can accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free diets. Unfortunately, halal cannot be accommodated. Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

No cancellations or amendments to bookings are possible once booking is confirmed.

All areas of the Fashion and Textile Museum are accessible by level access or by lift. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located on the ground floor of the museum.

The Fashion and Textile Museum does not have its own parking facilities.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 4 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Book in for an exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum at 1pm, then for Oblix at 3.15pm.
  • Allow approximately 5 to 10 minutes walk between the two venues.

Fashion & Textile Museum Opening times:

  • Fashion & Textile Museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 11am–6pm (Thursdays until 8pm) and Sundays, 11am–5pm. Last admission 45 minutes before closing.
  • Exhibition sessions are held three times a day (four one Thursdays). Morning session tickets enter from 11am, Lunchtime session tickets enter from 1pm and Afternoon session tickets enter from 3pm (Thursday 'Late' session tickets enter from 5pm)

Oblix West:

  • Champagne Afternoon Tea is served Saturday & Sunday, 12pm to 4pm.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

This experience is priced for 2 people. The experience can be extended up to a maximum group size of 6 people, by purchasing extra guests above.

The Fashion & Textile Museum does not have a permanent display and instead offers one focussed temporary exhibition every three months within a year which allows the Museum to display a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile items.

Extra drinks are not included with this experience. Any additional products or services consumed can be paid for on site.

Service charge (13.5%) is included.

Oblix can accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free diets. Unfortunately, halal cannot be accommodated. Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

No cancellations or amendments to bookings are possible once booking is confirmed.

All areas of the Fashion and Textile Museum are accessible by level access or by lift. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located on the ground floor of the museum.

The Fashion and Textile Museum does not have its own parking facilities.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 4 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

What's Included?

  • Discover the innovative world of fashion at London’s Fashion & Textile Museum
  • Enjoy access to an exhibition
  • Indulge in a Champagne Afternoon Tea at Oblix at The Shard
  • Receive one glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne each
  • Savour an unlimited selection of tea, sandwiches, scones and pastries, made from the finest locally sourced ingredients

Exclusive to TRULY

  • This experience is unique to Truly guests

Why we love it

Housed in a colourful converted warehouse on trendy Bermondsey Street, the Fashion & Textile Museum is the brainchild of iconic British designer, Zandra Rhodes and offers an ongoing programme of changing exhibitions, including the likes of ‘Liberty in Fashion’ and ‘Night and Day: 1930s Fashion and Photographs’. After delving into an exhibition of your choice at this London institution, savour unforgettable views over a champagne afternoon tea at contemporary and chic Oblix West at The Shard. Read full description

Description

Situated in buzzing Bermondsey Village, The Fashion and Textile Museum is the passion project of inimitable English designer Zandra Rhodes. Founded in 2003, the museum is housed in a converted warehouse, re-designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta in collaboration with Rhodes. An eye-catching monument of hot pink, burnt orange, yellow, and bright blue, the building has become a vibrant tourist attraction in its own right.

In addition to exhibiting elements of fashion and textiles, the centre offers inspiration to a new generation of creatives. As part of the Newham College of Further Education, one of Europe's largest further education colleges, the museum is a hub of learning, ideas and networking for the fashion and textiles industry. This innovative space houses its own printing workshop, fashion school and textile studio, in which it runs a variety of creative courses and workshops.

Rather than running a permanent exhibit, the Fashion and Textile Museum offers a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile displays. Before your visit, take your pick from the exhibitions on offer to discover a part of fashion that most resonates with you. Old school glamour, innovative contemporary fashion, iconic fashion photographers; the choice is yours.

Following your vogue visit, enjoy a luxury afternoon tea at the nearby Oblix West. The destination bar and kitchen is located on the 32nd floor of one of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Shard. Owned by award winning chef turned international restaurateur Rainer Becker, the elevated space is renowned for its urban feel and contemporary design.

Armed with a glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne, delve into a selection of classic British treats, with a modern twist. A bottomless variety of fresh sandwiches, scones and pastries will whet the appetite, accompanied by your choice of tea. Produced from the finest locally sourced ingredients, your sweet and savoury treats are inspired by the boroughs of London, from brick lane market to to Harrow bee’s honeycomb, making it a quintessentially British experience.

Fashionable urban décor, a glass of bubbly and panoramic views of London’s skyline. It doesn’t get any more chic than this.

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Description

Situated in buzzing Bermondsey Village, The Fashion and Textile Museum is the passion project of inimitable English designer Zandra Rhodes. Founded in 2003, the museum is housed in a converted warehouse, re-designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta in collaboration with Rhodes. An eye-catching monument of hot pink, burnt orange, yellow, and bright blue, the building has become a vibrant tourist attraction in its own right.

In addition to exhibiting elements of fashion and textiles, the centre offers inspiration to a new generation of creatives. As part of the Newham College of Further Education, one of Europe's largest further education colleges, the museum is a hub of learning, ideas and networking for the fashion and textiles industry. This innovative space houses its own printing workshop, fashion school and textile studio, in which it runs a variety of creative courses and workshops.

Rather than running a permanent exhibit, the Fashion and Textile Museum offers a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile displays. Before your visit, take your pick from the exhibitions on offer to discover a part of fashion that most resonates with you. Old school glamour, innovative contemporary fashion, iconic fashion photographers; the choice is yours.

Following your vogue visit, enjoy a luxury afternoon tea at the nearby Oblix West. The destination bar and kitchen is located on the 32nd floor of one of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Shard. Owned by award winning chef turned international restaurateur Rainer Becker, the elevated space is renowned for its urban feel and contemporary design.

Armed with a glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne, delve into a selection of classic British treats, with a modern twist. A bottomless variety of fresh sandwiches, scones and pastries will whet the appetite, accompanied by your choice of tea. Produced from the finest locally sourced ingredients, your sweet and savoury treats are inspired by the boroughs of London, from brick lane market to to Harrow bee’s honeycomb, making it a quintessentially British experience.

Fashionable urban décor, a glass of bubbly and panoramic views of London’s skyline. It doesn’t get any more chic than this.

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Book in for an exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum at 1pm, then for Oblix at 3.15pm.
  • Allow approximately 5 to 10 minutes walk between the two venues.

Fashion & Textile Museum Opening times:

  • Fashion & Textile Museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 11am–6pm (Thursdays until 8pm) and Sundays, 11am–5pm. Last admission 45 minutes before closing.
  • Exhibition sessions are held three times a day (four one Thursdays). Morning session tickets enter from 11am, Lunchtime session tickets enter from 1pm and Afternoon session tickets enter from 3pm (Thursday 'Late' session tickets enter from 5pm)

Oblix West:

  • Champagne Afternoon Tea is served Saturday & Sunday, 12pm to 4pm.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

This experience is priced for 2 people. The experience can be extended up to a maximum group size of 6 people, by purchasing extra guests above.

The Fashion & Textile Museum does not have a permanent display and instead offers one focussed temporary exhibition every three months within a year which allows the Museum to display a rich variety of contemporary fashion and textile items.

Extra drinks are not included with this experience. Any additional products or services consumed can be paid for on site.

Service charge (13.5%) is included.

Oblix can accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free diets. Unfortunately, halal cannot be accommodated. Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

No cancellations or amendments to bookings are possible once booking is confirmed.

All areas of the Fashion and Textile Museum are accessible by level access or by lift. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located on the ground floor of the museum.

The Fashion and Textile Museum does not have its own parking facilities.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 4 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

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Vogue With A View: Fashion & Textile Museum Exhibition and Champagne Afternoon Tea For Two

  • Add an extra guest (four more maximum) +
    £68