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McQueen V&A Show To Run Through The Night
The Victoria and Albert Museum is going to open through the night for the first time in its history to meet demand for its sell-out Alexander McQueen exhibition.
More than 345,000 people have visited the show, called Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, since it opened at the central London museum on March 14.
Visitors coming from as far afield as Afghanistan, East Timor, El Salvador and Uzbekistan and also include celebrities like Lady Gaga, Kanye West and Maria Sharapova.
The museum, which opened on its present site in South Kensington in 1857, will open through the night for the final two weekends of its run.
Its director Martin Roth said: "We knew that Savage Beauty would be very popular, but the response has been even greater than we imagined. It is an extraordinary exhibition and I urge anyone who has not yet visited, wherever they are in the world, to make a trip to the V&A to experience this very special show.
"It is not going on tour to other venues so our aim is to provide as many people as possible with the opportunity to see it by opening through the night for the last two weekends. This will be the first time we have opened the V&A around the clock and we certainly think it is an event worth getting out of bed for."
The exhibition, which fills 10 rooms in the museum, is a celebration of the work of the man who left school at 16 but rose through the fashion industry to become one of the world's leading designers.
McQueen, the son of a London taxi driver, was aged 40 when he killed himself the day before his mother's funeral after struggling with depression.
The fashion house that bears his name remains hugely influential and the Duchess of Cambridge's intricately decorated wedding dress was designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen.
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