Friday, 23 April 2010


'Endyesthai' - greek for 'to dress' - is an exhibition by the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation currently hosted at Benaki Museum, Athens (Pireos str. branch). I told you it was coming up back in October, but now you can actually visit it as its doors will stay open until May 23rd.

A presentation of this nature and variety takes place for the first time in Greece, with exhibits ranging to clothes from the 18th century till the 21st. Not only do they reflect the evolution of what we wear throught the centuries but also stresses out the need for the establishment of a Dress Cultural Museum. And yes, how we choose to dress reflects our culture in many ways.

Excellent touch, the guided tours performed by reknown designers, ready to take you though all exhibited forms of wearable and... not wearable exhibits which were created by the need to cover our nudity. For the scedule you can check this post by Shopping Therapy.

All images are courtesy of

No true fashion lover in this city (country) should miss out.

*You don't need to request invites or a press pass to get in. However nobody promises you celebrity encounters or that your photo will be snapped by a magazine. Let's see how many fashion sweethearts will queue outside this one, here's your chance.


ShoppingTherapy said...

sounds promising!

Chrisanthi Ak. said...

Love it, love it, love it!
I'll upload too a post about this.
I hope I could be there but unfortunately, I can't. :(

Marina e Camilla said...

Wow, it seems really interesting... Thank u so much for sharing! *_*

Anonymous said...

Θυμίζω τις ειδικές ξεναγήσεις:
Σάββατο 24 Απριλίου, 12:30 μ.μ. Βάσω Κόνσολα
Κυριακή 25 Απριλίου, 12:30 μ.μ. Γιάννης Τσεκλένης
Παρασκευή 30 Απριλίου, 7:00 μ.μ. Ιωάννα Παπαντωνίου
Παρασκευή 7 Μαΐου, 7:00 μ.μ. Ιωάννα Παπαντωνίου
Σάββατο 8 Μαΐου, 12:30 μ.μ. Εριφύλλη Νικολοπούλου
Κυριακή 9 Μαΐου, 12:30 μ.μ. Εριφύλλη Νικολοπούλου
Παρασκευή 14 Μαΐου, 7:00 μ.μ. Ιωάννα Παπαντωνίου
Σάββατο 15 Μαΐου, 12:30 μ.μ. Βάσω Κόνσολα
Κυριακή 16 Μαΐου, 12:30 μ.μ. Μάρκελος Νύκτας

T said...

oh how cool! and thanks for your comment on my blog! The pics were snapped a little further west ... : ) X

Nells said...

such an interesting post!!loved the pics!!
it really means a lot to know the history behind all this!

Christina Love said...

Love the blog!!!