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.
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.
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.
21 November 2001
Beauty and impermanence are explored in this collaborative art installation by Alexander McQueen, Nick Knight and Bjork.
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