Beautiful little museum with great shows on history of fashion. The upstairs gallery is smaller and generally has shows dealing with one aspect of the history of fashion: influences, trends, evolution of some features, etc. The downstairs gallery is larger with more ambitious shows. Recent ones have included: contemporary fashion of Japan, the gothic, shoe designers, queer history of fashion. Since this museum is part of a fashion school, the items are displayed so you can see the construction and details. The museum has generous opening hours (though not open on Sundays) and is free. While shows in the upper gallery, and many shows in the lower gallery, do not have a catalog, there is always a free brochure with a couple of nice illustrations - for free.