Museums are only open for rare occasions within a year's time limit. Although Owl Way said the museum was open, it did not. It took us an hour to get there and we only saw the sign on the door saying "Open in November". So we can't say what's inside the museum. Let's call to make sure it doesn't open.
Beautiful, small (?) palace in the 16th. I saw the 100 Years of Conde Nast Fashion Photography exhibit there, and it was beautifully done (May 2014). A nice area to stroll around, make your way to the fancy hotels, and have an expensive cocktail. Fair warning that almost nothing else is open on Sundays in that area.
If you can catch this museum when it is open, it has fascinating fashion expos. from July - October 2014, there is an exhibit on 50s fashion starting right after the end of WWII, and including a plethora of fashion designers such as Jacques Fath, Jacques Heim, Christian Dior, and tid bit of Channel.
The Museum of Fashion and Fashion does not have any permanent collection. It is recommended to check whether there are any exhibitions on its website. The old house in the sixteenth district is quite small. If you are not really interested in the present exhibition, you may not go. There are some introductions and photos of famous designers.
Popular museum for cloth
This Italian Renaissance style castle, built by the Duchess of Galliera at the end of the 19th century, is one of the richest collections of garments and accessories in the world. It not only reflects the fashion trends and dress customs of France from the eighteenth century to the present, but also witnesses the genius fashion creators of all ages in the fashion world.
The Museum of Fashion and Fashion is very famous. The garment exhibition area includes many styles. Many medieval garments can be seen.
To be honest, French fashion clothes are hard to say. Why is there such a museum?
Paris Fashion Week, Show Place, Fashion Place, Natural Fashion Museum