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We are excited to hear about the upcoming exhibition on the works of Thea Porter – the inventor of "bohemian chic".

As great fans of Thea Porter (1927–2000) we are excited to hear about Fashion and Textile’s Museum’s upcoming exhibition on the works of this cult fashion designer whose designs introduced ‘bohemian chic’ to 1960s London, New York and Paris. With a true dedication to creating clothes that were intrinsically beautiful and that would last, Porter’s highly personal, oriental-inspired designs have been treasured for decades and more recently sported by style influencers such as Kate Moss and the Olsen twins.

The exhibition Thea Porter 70s Bohemian Chic opens at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London on 6 February 2015. /Ada Källgren


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