Fashion and clubbing are two things that have always gone hand in hand, so it comes as no surprise that a new exhibit at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 1980s, is rich with fabulous finds. Underground club scenes around the world have always been an epicenter for fashion, but it was London that gave birth to some of the most creative, bold young designers. The V&A exhibition is divided into three categories: the Catwalk, the Club, and Magazines and Accessories. The Catwalk features everything from bedazzled T-shirts and denim jackets customized by Vivienne Westwood to John Galliano menswear ensembles. The Club section highlights the convergence of music and fashion (and the Ecstasy and day-glo that came along with it). The final section, Magazines and Accessories, follows fashion as it transitioned from the dance floor to print—displaying spreads from magazines like The Face, i-D, and Blitz—publications that were less interested in high fashion and more focused on street fashion. Our gallery highlights some of the exhibition's wildest, most interesting pieces. Club to Catwalk opens July 10.