Access Tour Exhibition

REBEL: Audio Described Tour

Join guide Andrew Mashigo for a special audio-described tour of the exhibition REBEL: 30 Years of British Fashion for blind and visually impaired visitors and their companions.

Christopher Kane SS 2007 © Chris Moore @ CATWALKING

What to expect

Join Andrew Mashigo for a group tour of REBEL: 30 Years of British Fashion sponsored by Alexander McQueen, our major exhibition showcasing many of the best young designers to have emerged in London over the last thirty years through the NEWGEN Programme.

Since the founding of the British Fashion Council’s NEWGEN Programme in 1993, successive generations of creative minds have exploded onto the fashion scene, establishing new brands, challenging existing systems and introducing innovative approaches that have influenced fashion globally. NEWGEN offers designers mentoring and business training, financial support, and opportunities to show their work, and recipients are encouraged to take risks, to experiment and above all, to find their voice.


– Tour from 11:00 to 12.15 in Ground Level gallery

– Handling session and refreshments from 12:15 to 13:00

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Booking information

Pre-booking required.

• Due to limited capacity, this tour is only for blind and visually impaired visitors and their companions. Guide dogs are welcome.

• Please ensure you only book if you plan to attend and please cancel your booking in advance if your availability changes.

• Suitable age: 18+

Pay-What-You-Can supports visitors who might find the standard ticket price a barrier.


Andrew Mashigo

Mashigo is an artist and museum educator who works collaboratively with blind and visually impaired creative practitioners to develop workshops, exhibitions and tours. He is also the founder of MaMoMi, a community interest social enterprise which enhances the experiences available to the visually impaired, deaf-blind and those at risk of exclusion.

The exhibition

REBEL: 30 Years of London Fashion

Sponsored by Alexander McQueen. How does London repeatedly set the creative agenda? Find out in this major exhibition celebrating the city's leading role in global fashion. In collaboration with the British Fashion Council (BFC), it celebrates the 30th anniversary of the BFC’s NEWGEN programme.