1914 Now

Launched on 03 November 2014

1914 Now. Four perspectives on fashion curation is a film installation and collaboration between fashion curators and filmmakers. Four curators - Walter Van Beirendonck, Amy de la Haye, Judith Clark and Kaat Debo - were invited by London College of Fashion’s Alison Moloney (Curator, International Exhibitions Programme) to express a moment in fashion or dress from 1914. Rather than working in familiar museum contexts, they explored the potential of film as a medium. This project simultaneously reveals multiple perspectives on one year of fashion and on fashion curation, with each curator displaying their distinctive approach towards their discipline.

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Drawing On Style

15 September 2016
Gray M.C.A and SHOWstudio team up to celebrate fashion illustration, from the original masters to the new talent.
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Fashion & Freedom

12 May 2016
A series of fashion films explore the impact the First World War had on women for an exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery.
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Past, Present & Couture

02 March 2002
The first five years of John Galliano's groundbreaking Dior couture collections are celebrated in a landmark five-day fashion shoot by Nick Knight.
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