Amy de la Haye is professsor of dress history and curatorship at London College of Fashion (LCF), University of the Arts London. With Judith Clark, she is course leader of the Fashion Curation MA at LCF. She has written two monographs on Chanel (both V&A Publishing) and in 2013 curated the exhibition 'Coco Chanel: A New Portrait by Marion Pike. Paris 1967-1971'.

She has written extensively on fashion history and her forthcoming publications are:

'Coco Chanel: A New Portrait by Marion Pike. Paris 1967-1971'

Written with Judith Clark 'Exhibiting fashion: Before and After 1971' (Yale University Press, Autumn 2013)

'Clara Button and the Weding day Surprise' the second of her children's books, illustrated by Emily Sutton, for V&A Publishing

Written with Valerie D. Mendes 'Worth: A Biography of an Archive' (V&A Publishing, spring 2014)








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Coco Chanel: A New Portrait

Chanel is often depicted as lonely and bitter in later life, but this exhibition evidences a whole new narrative.


  1. 18:35 - 19:48 on 10 Mar 2015
    Amy de la Haye presents a live stream.

    Alexander McQueen: Live panel discussion

  2. 3 Nov 2014
    Amy de la Haye posts an article.

    Essay: The Violet Hour

  3. 3 Nov 2014
    Amy de la Haye features in a project.

    1914 Now

  4. 4 Sep 2013
    Amy de la Haye creates an interview.

    Amy de la Haye