Iconic British fashion guru, Paul Smith, launched an exhibition at London's Design Museum in November 2013 celebrating his lengthy, revered career. The piece, entitled 'Hello, my name is Paul Smith', takes a never-before-seen look into the legend's influences, designs and visions for the future of fashion. Drawing from his personal archive, the exhibition will take you from the company's modest inception in Nottingham to the worldwide prominence of the Paul Smith brand that we know and love today.
To celebrate London Fashion Week 2014 in style, you are invited to a curator dinner at the hugely popular 'Hello, my name is Paul Smith' exhibition on Monday 17th February, followed by an exquisite three course meal at the Blueprint Café. Situated on the first floor of the museum and just a riverside stroll from London Bridge, the Blueprint Café boasts panoramic city views featuring Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf.
Welcomed with a glass of Prosecco, you will be taken for an exhibition tour led by the museum's curator, Donna Lovejoy. You will then enjoy a three course dinner of tartar of mackerel, Goosnargh duck and marscapone parfait followed by a Q&A session with Donna. To reserve your place at this once-in-a-lifetime experience, visit the BlueprintCafé.co.uk. If you're unable to make the dinner, fear not as the 'Hello, my name is Paul Smith' exhibition will not close its doors until 22 June 2014.
(Written by Lewis Cook)