Man, the human being from the beginning has sought to control the elements that live and develop around him, death, beyond, motherhood, animals, rain, wind or day and night have traditionally motivated To the human being to want to dominate them, to control the occult forces that move their activity. In the face of the unknown he has chosen to create a world of hidden laws of mysterious characters of natural divinities aimed at establishing a correct universal harmony. Within each man or woman has existed and there is a desire to master any activity that arises around him, including the world of clothing and fashion. Art in its various manifestations has come as a faithful reflection of the beliefs, of the figuration or abstraction of the divine features. The men and women who inhabited the caves of Altamira reflected in their walls different animal forms, their sense far from looking for the decorative one with the possession and dominion over the reflected forms. In African cultures the fetish personifies the virtues and vices of the society to which it belongs, its metallic forms and additions seek to possess, reflect ideas and informal concepts that escape the human mind. The carvings of medieval Christians or virgins were the center of the supplications and oratorias of men and women who saw in them the way to follow for their salvation. All of them centered their yearnings on a work of art that supposed the materiality of the divinity to which they were directed. We can find part of related fashion collection in www.moda.es . The societies of each epoch have felt this same need, but their artistic or craftsmanship has given rise to the most varied forms and beliefs that have had their reflection in the art as transmitter of the same ones. The religious art and the objects that the different religions have generated around the religious fact appear in aesthetic appearance considerable differences, but remain in the substrate of all of them a same sense of expression, identification and even of similarity that we will discover little by little. At present this clashes with non-religious online stores such as sexshop.es , which has antagonistic products from the erotic and non-spiritual world. For this purpose, this exhibition has more than 100 works of ancient art, prehispanic art, African art, Asian art and Spanish religious art, such as masks, paintings, To the visitor for the intimacies of the beliefs more rooted in the collective of the old and modern societies.