Anna Sui is finally getting the retrospective she deserves. “The World of Anna Sui” exhibit opened this past week at London’s Fashion and Textile Museum, offering a comprehensive look at Sui’s work over the last quarter century, featuring over a hundred of looks from the beloved New York designer. Known for her prints and silhouettes, Sui has a knack for interpreting an array of archetypes and giving them a whimsical touch. Smartly, the retrospective is organized not chronologically, but instead, by specific moments—her hippie collections, punk looks, her Victorian collections, and school girl pieces—showing her dedication to the look she had envisioned at her first runway show in 1991. For those who cannot make it to London there is also an accompanying book, penned by fashion critic Tim Blanks, rich with rare photographs from the likes of Sui’s friends Steven Meisel and Patrick McMullan, who would shoot her shows’ backstage scene in the ’90s. To this day, Anna Sui’s runway shows are known for having major casting (Gigi Hadid has opened recent ones) but the 90s model-of-the-moments Naomi, Christy, and Carla Bruni, all make appearances in McMullan’s photographs, and they are not to be missed.