VISIT: The V&A
We wait in eager anticipation for a number of exhibitions next year. Top of the list is Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty [opens 14th March] which will showcase this dynamic designer’s visionary body of work dating from his 1992 MA show. Then in October we await the arrival of The Fabric of India. This will be the first exhibition to explore the diverse and multifaceted universe of handmade Indian textiles from the 3rd to the 21st century.
For details visit: http://www.vam.ac.uk/
SEE: Adoring Audrey
The National Portrait Gallery will play host to Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon [opens 2nd July], a divine photo exhibition which will illustrate the fashion and film icon from her early years in London’s West End to her later life.
WATCH: Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens
A rogue choice for us Ines Cole girls, but this is a film we’re all more than a little bit excited about. We can’t wait to see Mr Ford and Carrie Fisher reunited under the watchful eye of director, JJ. Abrams.
So this restaurant technically opened in 2014, but it’s majorly on our hit list for 2015. Headed up by acclaimed chef Skye Gyngell, renowned for her distinctively season, elegant cooking – what better time to visit Spring, than erm, in the spring?
FESTIVAL: Moving away from the obvious
We’re thinking of shying away from the festival giants this year and are looking at visiting the more family friendly and if we get to go sans children, the more mind-expanding.
In terms of the creative arts and literature we’re desperate to visit Hay, the Bath Literature Festival and the Cornwall-based art festival, Port Eliot.
For families the likes of Camp Bestival, Big Feastival and the lesser known Starry Skies on the Welsh borders all seem like exciting options.