Centre for Fashion Curation

French men’s court coat, 1810-15, from Martin Kamer’s collection.
Image: The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined curated by Judith Clark. French men’s court coat, 1810-15, from Martin Kamer’s collection.
Cabinets from the exhibition.
Image: Cabinet Stories was devised by Alison Moloney and commissioned along with Jessamine Tierney from the Social Responsibility team. Photo by Hannah Puskarz.”

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Mannequin parade at Lucile, 23 Hanover Square, London, 1913
Mannequin parade at Lucile, 23 Hanover Square, London, 1913

London Couture: British Luxury 1923-1975 edited by Amy de la Haye and Edwina Ehrman. With permission from V&A Publishing.

The Centre for Fashion Curation’s core objectives are to challenge and develop theory and practices by demonstrating and enabling rigorous, innovative and experimental work within this increasingly popular and diverse discipline. It will provide a platform for research, exhibitions, symposiums, workshops and publications.

Garments are especially distinctive as a media in museological and exhibition contexts. Seemingly dramatic, or even mundane, they can be complex to display and interpret (without the animate body) and deeply poignant as evidence of lives lived.

Our members work in partnership with international, national and regional museums, galleries, archives, private collections, conservators and publishers to support the theory and practice of the discipline. Close links are also forged with the broader fashion and creative industries.


Based at London College of Fashion (LCF), the Centre for Fashion Curation is Directed by internationally acclaimed exhibition maker Professor Judith Clark and curator and dress historian Professor Amy de la Haye. LCF’s Fashion Space Gallery, curated by Ligaya Salazar, the International Exhibitions Programme, curated by Alison Moloney, and the Archives, managed by Jane Holt, are central to its activities, as are the professional activities of University of the Arts London and the wider communities of curators, archivists, conservators and students.