Nathalie Khan

Fashion Historian

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).

Her recent curatorial practice includes a project with the Belgian visual artist Pierre Debusschere during the 28th International Festival of Fashion and Photography (Hyeres, 2013).

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).

Her recent curatorial practice includes a project with the Belgian visual artist Pierre Debusschere during the 28th International Festival of Fashion and Photography (Hyeres, 2013).

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