Spiceworld: The Exhibition

Spiceworld: The Exhibition

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the hit "Wannabe," Watford Colosseum is putting on a show of the Spice Girls' Greatest fashion moments, memorabilia, and merch

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the hit "Wannabe," Watford Colosseum is putting on a show of the Spice Girls' Greatest fashion moments, memorabilia, and merch

Text: Adair Smith

Wanna add a little spice to your life? Well, you're in luck. 20 years after the Spice Girls debuted their hit “Wannabe,” the Watford Colosseum in Watford, UK—Ginger Spice’s hometown—will be exhibiting the world's largest Spice Girls memorabilia collection.

The exhibition consist of artist and curator, and obvious Spice Girls die hard, Liz West’s collection, which is made up of more than 5,000 items of footwear, costumes, merch, and memorabilia. West, who started collecting when she was only 11 years old, has pieces that chronicle the most successful girl band of all time, from their pre-fame Camden Market finds to their international pop star custom designer wardrobes.

Not to anyone's surprise, West holds the Guinness World Record for her collection.

Items like Geri's Union Jack ankle boots and Mel B's Buffalo platforms will be included in Spiceworld: The Exhibition, from July 7 to August 7.

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