Jenna Rossi-Camus is a fashion curator, exhibition designer, historian and lecturer.
She has curated fashion exhibitions including T-Shirt: Cult, Culture Subversion (Fashion & Textile Museum / Civic Barnsley), Fashion & Freedom (14-18 Now, Manchester Art Gallery) and Women, Fashion, Power (Design Museum, London). Prior to pursuing fashion curation she was a theatrical costume designer and also worked in the fashion industry as a textile archivist, set designer and prop stylist.
Jenna holds a PhD and an MA in fashion curation from the Centre for Fashion Curation at UAL London College of Fashion. Her practice-based doctoral research examined fashion graphic satire and developed a proposal for a site-responsive fashion exhibition at Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill. As well as continuing to interrogate fashion satire and humour, Jenna is also engaged in researching Egyptian revivalism in fashion and working on a dress ethnography project exploring fashion and identity on Staten Island, New York.
Jenna is Assistant Professor and co-course leader of the MA in International Fashion Marketing at Regent’s University London. She is also an associate lecturer at UAL: London College of Fashion, Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Arts