STOP RIGHT NOW: A Spice Girls exhibition is coming to London

Dust off those Buffalo boots, babes

Spice Girls

by Carl Smith |
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Remember how excited you were when, back in February, the Spice Girls reunited and posted their first group selfie in yonks on their respective Instagram accounts? Well now you can officially celebrate at #SpiceUpLondon; an exhibition of the girls' most iconic memorabilia and craziest costumes.

Seriously, remember the Buffalo boots? A LOOK.

Heading to the Business Design Centre in Angel Islington this summer, the exhibition will run from 28th July–20th August 2018 and features rarities we haven't seen in public display since Emma Bunton, Melanie C, Melanie B, Geri Horner and Victoria Beckham blew up in the '90s.

Oh, and there's even a #RefurbTheBus project to restore the original Spice Bus from Spiceworld: The Movie. Brilliant.

Spice Up London
©Spice Up London

Alan Smith-Allison, the event organiser and curator said: "I have joined together with other Spice Girls collectors and designers from around the world, including the Guinness World Record holder, Liz West.

"It’s been amazing to be able to share this passion with others, but above all it has allowed me to create this collection of iconic Spice Girls history."

As if this wasn't exciting enough, the original Union Jack-clad Spice Bus from the girls' 1997 movie will also be on display outside the exhibition.

After filming on the movie finished, the bus suffered years of neglect and is currently situated at the Island Harbour Marina on the Isle of Wight. The current owners of the bus are undertaking restoration work to restore the bus to its former glory, bringing it back in its prime to take pride of place outside the exhibition, and are inviting fans to become part of Spice Girls history by donating to #RefurbTheBus and having their name adorned on a plaque within the Spice Bus. You can donate to the project here, if you fancy.

Spice Up London
©Spice Up London

Tickets for the #SpiceUpLondon Exhibition are on sale now through the exhibition’s website herehere and can be purchased for £10 per ticket with student/OAP concessions available. Add-ons, such as guided tours and exhibition programmes, are also available to pre-order now.

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