The Fashion and Textiles Museum is a museum based in Bermondsey dedicated to all aspects of fashion and textile design. Founded in 2003 by the designer Zandra Rhodes, the museum is now operated by Newham College and rather than running a permanent exhibition, offers an ongoing programme of temporary displays.
The museum is housed in a converted warehouse which was redesigned by the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta in collaboration with Rhodes. It was Legorreta's first and only building in Europe. In addition to the exhibition space, the building contains a textile studio and printing workshop and private residential quarters. The building has become a tourist attraction in its own right due to its outrageous colour scheme of hot pink, burnt orange, yellow, and bright blue.