The collection of the Fashion Museum began to take shape in 1999 with the legacy of the parents of Jorge Yarur Bascuñán, made up of costumes and decorative arts from the 1950s and 1960s. Thus, after seven years of work, the residence of the Yarur Bascuñán family was transformed into the Fashion Museum. The enclosure was built protecting the architecture and the original spaces of the house. Only minimal interventions were carried out to comply with the conservation requirements of the Museum's collection. At the same time, a multidisciplinary team was formed for the development of the project and a building was built next to the Museum, which includes offices, laboratory, restoration workshop, documentation center, and collections depots. The Fashion Museum houses an important sample of costumes, sketches, accessories and decorative arts belonging to a Western culture, aimed at constituting an introduction to the history of clothing. It also includes a collection dedicated to tennis and its relationship with the evolution of fashion and another specializing in football.