Opening Friday 22nd June at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, Rip it Up: The Story of Scottish Pop is an exhibition covering the history of Scottish popular music from the 1950s to the present day. The story is told in large part through material which has been lent by the artists for the duration of the exhibition.
From Annie Lennox, there is a two-piece tartan trouser suit, designed by Annie Lennox, made by Jeff Banks and worn during the Eurythmics Touch Tour, and a dress worn by Annie Lennox at the Oscars in 2004 where she performed “Into The West” and received the Oscar for Best Original Song, designed by Stella McCartney.
The exhibition runs until 25 November 2018. More information can be found at www.nms.ac.uk/ripitup