There are few actors who can embody the fashion trends of the moment as well as British actor, Robert Pattinson. The star of the Twilight franchise, has been in high demand over the past year as men’s magazines scramble to get their hands on a coveted interview with the heartthrob.

Pattinson’s status as one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors has made him the ideal candidate to headline some of this year’s most fashionable events. Whether you’re seeking an excuse to dress up or want to catch up with friends, here are a few places where you can get a taste of Pattinson’s fashion flair.

The Cinema Museum’s Costume Gallery

Located in London, the cinematic museum is dedicated to the art of the movie. It was originally founded in 1935 to preserve British cinematic history and to promote cinema education. Over the years, the collection has grown to contain more than 14,000 film costumes.

One of the most popular exhibits is the vintage collection of more than 500 costumes from the 1920s to the 1950s. These include outfits worn by famous stars of the past like Marjorie Merriweather Post, Esme Ellsworth and Barbara Hutton. In addition to vintage costumes, visitors can also enjoy a replica of The Wizard of Oz’s Technicolor dream coat and hat. The collection is on display until January 2019.

The London International Beauty Show

While Hollywood has taken its eye off the big screen, fans of the Twilight saga have been treated to a whole world of film-related events. The most popular of these is The London International Beauty Show. Each year, the fashion capital of the world stages this event, which highlights the latest skin and beauty products, gadgets and gizmos. It’s been billed as the ‘most beautiful show on earth’.

This year’s edition of The London International Beauty Show was the biggest yet. Over the past few months, London has been graced with a record number of fashion events, beauty treatments and shopping opportunities. The most popular exhibition, Victoria Beckham: The Art of Crafting, showcased the designer’s bespoke dresses created especially for the show. The London Marathon saw participants wearing festive costumes, while the city’s residents and tourists flocked to shopaholics’ paradise, Oxford Street.


Another stylish landmark that you can visit in London is famous department store, Harrods. The iconic store first opened its doors in 1881 and was later purchased by the famous department store, Harvey Nics. It has also been described as “the most luxurious store in the world”. The location is most famous for its food and its wonderful furniture and decorative items. Among the store’s most iconic locations are the perfume department and the dairy. In addition to furniture and decorative items, you can get anything and everything a man could ever want at the store.

The Brighton Vintage Festival

Another great place to get your fashion fix is the Brighton Vintage Festival. The four-month-long festival is one of the UK’s largest cultural events. It features a variety of vintage and retro styles from various renowned designers. The festival regularly attracts celebrities like Grace Kelly, and socialites like Tara Palmer-Towards and Heidi Klein. If you’re a fan of vintage fashion, this is the perfect event to attend.

The Edinburgh International Festival

Finally, let’s not forget about Scotland, which is famous for its fantastic festival scene. One of the best places to get a taste of this is at Edinburgh International Festival. This four-week long festival features world-class performers, theatre and dance. But it’s not only about the big events. The festival is also famous for its street performers, who entertain audiences with their funny tricks and funny songs. If you’re looking for a great laugh, just follow the crowds to one of these performers.

Whether you’re in London, Edinburgh or another part of the country, it’s easy to get your fix of fashionable pop culture when you visit these places.