Nathalie Khan teaches fashion history and theory at Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion. She is also a guest lecturer at Sotheby’s in New York, the University of Bologna and The Conde Nast School of Fashion and Design in London. Khan is a leading theorist and writer on contemporary fashion media and the impact of new technology on the traditional catwalk show and fashion photography. Recent publications include ‘Cutting the Fashion Body: Why the fashion image is no longer still, (Fashion Theory, Bloomsbury 2011) and ‘Sealing the moment: the non-narrative fashion films of Ruth Hogben and Gareth Pugh’ (Fashion, Film and Consumption, Intellect 2012), as well as ‘Fashion as Mythology – Considerations on the legacy of Alexander McQueen’ (Fashion Cultures Revisited, Routledge 2013). Recent curatorial practice includes a project with the Belgian visual artist Pierre Debusschere during the 28th International Festival of Fashion and Photography (Hyeres, 2013).