We’ve selected some of the coolest events going on in the world over the next two months so that wherever you are, you’ll always have something fun to do.

 

JANUARY

 

PARIS: Karl Lagerfeld: A Visual Journey

Immerse yourself in the photographic world of Karl Lagerfeld himself. One of the biggest names in fashion also has a huge passion for photography and has used his camera to capture anything in life that is of interest to him. The exhibition includes images from fashion editorials, images of Paris at night and of the man himself. Fashionistas of the world this is the perfect exhibition for you.

16th October 2015 to 20th March 2016

Pinacothèque de Paris, 28 Place de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris, France

€15.30

www.pinacotheque.com/karl-lagerfeld-a-visual-journey

 

LONDON: The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop

It’s your last chance to catch this amazing pop art exhibition at Tate Modern. Showcasing the story of pop art but in a way you’ve never seen it before. Learn about the history of pop art and also how it was used in ways other than celebrating Western culture.

17th September 2015 to 24th January 2016

Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG

£16

www.tate.org.uk/ey-exhibition-world-goes-pop

 

BOSTON: MUSE WORLD TOUR

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Catch British rock heroes Muse as they embark on their huge world tour to promote their sixth album, Drones in Boston. Their new album throws it back to their earlier sound of straightforward hard rock so prepare yourself for a trip down memory lane to the early days of Muse.

25th January 2016

TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114

$50 – $572

www.boston-theater.com/muse-x-ambassadors

 

HARBIN: HARBIN ICE AND SNOW SCULPTURE FESTIVAL

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Don’t miss the largest snow and ice festival in the world. The festival lasts for one month and showcases thousands of breathtaking contemporary works of art all created with ice from the Songhua River. Wrap up warm and lose yourself in this winter wonderland.

5th January to 25th February 2016

www.icefestivalharbin.com

 

FEBUARY

LOS ANGELES: RAIN ROOM

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Imagine walking in the pouring rain without having a single drop touching you, Random International’s Rain Room has made this possible. This is an immersive environment of continually falling water that stops whenever a human body is detected by 3D cameras. Catch it in Los Angeles until 6th March and experience walking in the rain like never before.

1st November to 6th March 2016

Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

$15

www.unframed.lacma.org/rain-room-all-about-water

 

NEW YORK: ERIC PRYDZ

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House music fans rejoice, resident house DJ Eric Prydz is back for three nights in New York. The EPIC 4.0. Tour has undergone a thorough transformation bringing new elements to the performance whilst still keeping its core assets of memorizing lasers and 3D technology. Prepare yourself for a spectacular production and some classic house music if you manage to get a ticket.

12th to 14th February 2016

Terminal 5, 610 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019

$40 – $55

www.songkick.com/eric-prydz

 

LONDON: VOGUE 100 A CENTURY OF STYLE

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Anne Gunning in Jaipur by Norman Parkinson, 1956 ©Norman Parkinson Ltd/Courtesy Norman Parkinson Archive

Vogue is more than just a magazine, it is the fashion bible and this bible has helped to shape and influence the fashion industry today. Visitors to the exhibiton will be able to see for the first time over 280 prints from the Condé Nast archive and see some of the greatest ever moments in fashion and beauty photography. Vogue 100: A Century of Style is at the National Portrait Gallery, London, from 11 February – 22 May 2016, sponsored by Leon Max.

National Portrait Gallery, Martin’s Place, London, WC2H 0HE, United Kingdom

£17

www.npg.org.uk/vogue-100-a-century-of-style

 

NEW YORK: STAR WARS AND THE POWER OF COSTUME

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Paul Martinka for Discovery Times Square

Star Wars mania shows no signs of slowing down and why should it? This exhibition features 70 handcrafted costumes from the first six blockbuster Star Wars films, shows the artists’ creative process and uncovers the connection between character and costume.

14th November 2015 to 5th September 2016

Discovery Times Square, New York City

$27.50

www.discoverytsx.com/star-wars-exhibition

 



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