So today I wanted to give you a blow-by-blow account of my visit to the David Bowie exhibit in Groningen yesterday. But upon arrival there we were sternly told by a pimply teenager photographing and filming was strictly prohibited so that sort of took the oomph out of my piece then and there and I let it go. In any case, the exhibit was packed to the rafters with visitors either sobbing on the floor or man-spreading themselves so widely in front of every item on display for ages that anything other than trying to catch glimpses of said items took enough effort, let alone trying to take a decent photograph.
So yes, overcrowded to say the least and this did lessen the experience remarkably. But it really is an amazing exhibit, I was practically glued to all the amazing costumes for one, and in general my friend and I were both in awe so do go and see it if you have the chance.
Now, we happened to take the train because we figured jabbering for 2 hours non-stop would be more easy to do without having to watch out for traffic but if we had been driving these so-called driving moccasins would certainly fit the bill.
Hand-made in Italy by M.Gemi they look so comfortable and stylish at the same time. Due to its preppyness a bit of a departure for me I admit but I was also always ‘that girl in heels’ and shuddering at the thought of wearing sneakers and we all know how that turned out.
Driving moccasins at M.Gemi
Click here for info on the ‘David Bowie is’ exhibition