Interview: Jeppe Ugelvig on Fashion Work 1993-2018: 25 Years of Art in Fashion
The critic and curator's first book focuses on four of the most radical fashion/art makers – Bernadette Corporation, Susan Cianciolo and her brand Run, Bless, and DIS.
Interview: Stavros Karelis on ‘Sweat’
As part of SHOWstudio's coverage of Alice Potts' exhibition 'SWEAT - Athens', Lara Johnson-Wheeler interviews Curator Stavros Karelis.
Best in Show: Amy de la Haye
Historian and curator Amy de la Haye explores androgyny, analysing a corset from Ann Demeulemeester's A/W 18 collection.
Interview: Stavros Karelis on CIFF
Stavros Karelis discusses his curation of CIFF in Copenhagen (February 2018) with Lara Johnson-Wheeler.
Interview: Max Lamb, Virgil Abloh and Sami Janjer on CIFF
Virgil Abloh, Sami Janjer and Max Lamb interviewed by Georgina Evans in Copenhagen about the 'DIY CHAIR' booth at CIFF, February 2018.
Conversation: Fashion Beyond the Body
Stephen Jones, Oriole Cullen, Joseph Bennett and Philippe Garner discuss fashion in exhibitions, performance and beyond the context of the wearable.
Interview: Niamh White and Tim A Shaw on Hospital Rooms
Curator Niamh White and artist Tim A Shaw, co-founders of Hospital Rooms, discuss their work in furnishing hospitals with high quality art.
Conversation: Ways Beyond Photography
Hans Ulrich Obrist talks to Nick Knight about his work in a live interview that took place as part of Photo London 2016.
Interview: Shonagh Marshall
Lou Stoppard interviews Shonagh Marshall, the curator of hair stylist Sam McKnight's 2016 exhibition at Somerset House.
Interview: Beatrice Behlen
To investigate the cultural history of hair-rollers, students Eleanor Kirby and Elly Wood speak to Beatrice Behlen, Curator of Decorative Arts at the Museum of London.
Interview: Robin Muir on Edward Steichen
In celebration of the Vogue 100 exhibition, Nick Knight and Robin Muir discuss the work of Edward Steichen and the legitimisation of photography.
Interview: Claire Wilcox on Lee McQueen
Claire Wilcox, curator of Savage Beauty at the V&A, talks to Lou Stoppard about building the exhibition and collaborating with McQueen.
Interview: Hans Ulrich Obrist
Curator and interviewer Hans Ulrich Obrist has the camera turned on him, as he sits down at the Miami Beach EDITION hotel to speak with Carrie Scott.
Fashion Film: Incunabula
A multidisciplinary team of academics and designers came together to create a work that connects history, modernity, art, technology and living organisms with filmmaker Marie Schuller.
Fashion Film: The Violet Hour
Film director and animator Katerina Athanasopoulou explores the transformative impact of World War I through the historical narrative of a tea gown from the archives of Brighton Museum.
Film: Il Vestito Antineutrale
Curator Judith Clark and director James Norton's film explores exhibition contexts, display props and the Futurist elements of fashion.
Essay: Il Vestito Antineutrale Manifesto
1914 Now: Judith Clark presents a manifesto for her own hypothetical fashion exhibition.
Essay: The Violet Hour
1914 Now: Amy de la Haye on the tea gown as a garment that represents the very cusp of modernity.
Introduction: 1914 Now
Curator and commissioner Alison Moloney gives an overview of the films and essays produced for her project 1914 Now.
Four curators and four filmmakers collaborate to explore moments in fashion or dress from 1914.
Interview: Amy de la Haye on Coco Chanel
Curator Amy de la Haye discusses the story behind Marion Pike and Coco Chanel's friendship and the process of curating the exhibition – Coco Chanel: A new Portrait by Marion Pike, Paris 1967-1971.
Interview: Stephen Jones and Oriole Cullen on Cecil Beaton
Curator Oriole Cullen and milliner Stephen Jones talk taking inspiration from 1971's landmark V&A exhibition Fashion: An Anthology by Cecil Beaton.
Transcript: Fashion in the Mirror Discussion
Penny Martin, Michel Mallard, Raphaëlle Stopin and Jonathan de Villiers discuss the Fashion in the Mirror exhibition at The Photographers' Gallery, London.