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Museum curator Donna Loveday will treat guests to a Champagne-fuelled after-hours tour of the exhibition, which shows how iconic women have used fashion to cement their influence in society - from the shock tactics of Dame Vivienne Westwood and Lady Gaga, to the power dressing principles of Princess Diana and Dechert partner Miriam Gonzalez Durantez (aka Mrs Nick Clegg).
After the exhibition, it's upstairs to the Blueprint Café for a four-course meal with matching wines. The menu is a whistlestop tour of fashions in food, from the 1930s to the present day. During the meal, fashion designer Tabitha Webb will talk about her experiences in the industry, and will hold a Q&A session after the meal.
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