Macromedia University & Kunstgewerbemuseum present

Christian Dior
and his successors

For the first time, the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts) Berlin is exhibiting garments by Christian Dior and his successors Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré and John Galliano, that were never shown before. The exhibition also features works by Fashion Design, Fashion Management, Acting and Communication Design students from Macromedia University. Supervised by Professors from Berlin, Hamburg and Munich, the students have set their focus on the question:

How to Dior?


Student works exhibition:


„How to Dior“ is an interdisciplinary museum project showing original pieces of Christian Dior and his successors as well as student works inspired by the Kunstgewerbemuseum´s collection. 


Come and immerse yourself in a chronological journey through the history of Dior.

Experience Dior through the eyes and minds of young, new designers.



10785 Berlin

Entrance to the Kunstgewerbemuseum [bzw. Eingang zum Kunstgewerbemuseum]



Please take into consideration current rules and museum regulations regarding the pandemic.

Museum Visit

Opening hours



10 am - 6 pm


11 am - 6 pm


The Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts) is the oldest of its kind in Germany. It houses world-famous examples of European arts and crafts, including magnificent reliquaries made of gold and precious gemstones, exquisite vases of glass and porcelain, finely embroidered textiles, ornate inlaid furniture, and classic examples of modern industrial design. The permanent and special exhibitions hosted by the Kunstgewerbemuseum can be seen at two locations in Berlin: at the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz and in the picturesque setting of Schloss Köpenick on an island on the river Dahme. The Schloss Köpenick site features masterpieces of interior design from the 16th to 18th centuries.

About Us

With 120 professors and more than 4,800 students from over 80 different countries, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences is among the largest private institutions in Germany’s higher education system. Campus are located in Munich, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Hamburg, Leipzig and Berlin, classroom language is German or English. The high quality of Macromedia’s education management is officially certified by the Germany’s accreditation council. Macromedia’s portfolio includes state recognized Bachelor and Master degree programs in the fields of culture, fashion, media, business, design, technology and psychology. Its applied teaching is led by the overall purpose of “empowering students for a sustainable future”. Since 2013, Macromedia has been part of Galileo Global Education, Europe’s largest higher education group with 170,000 students in 54 schools in 13 countries