Jeanne Nielsen is the course leader for the MA Fashion Design Management course. Having begun her academic career in 2012 as an external examiner, she now teaches across a wide range of units including product development, supply chain management and sustainability. She is a graduate of London College of Fashion with a BA (hons) in Fashion Buying and Merchandising and holds an MSc in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. Her current research explores blockchain technology implementation within fashion supply chains. Previous experience has involved managing critical paths, working with suppliers in India, China and Europe and a specialisation in product development and management at companies including Friis & Co, Lily Gardner and Hackett London.
Julie Dennison is an experienced Senior Lecturer and academic, having extensive experience of teaching and curriculum development at undergraduate and postgraduate level since joining UAL in 2007. Prior to her teaching career, Julie worked for over a decade as a Senior Fashion Buyer, specialising in fast fashion and CMT operations for major UK High Street brands such as River Island and Dorothy Perkins. Her research and recent publications have focused on consumer behaviour in digital environments. She holds a BA (Hons) in Textiles and Fashion, a Masters in Strategic Fashion Marketing, a PG Cert in Academic Practice and is a Fellow of the HEA.
Francesca Bonetti is a Lecturer in Marketing at undergraduate and postgraduate level at London College of Fashion, and a Visiting Lecturer at universities across Europe and Asia. She is also a PhD Researcher in retailing, consumer-facing technology and marketing at The University of Manchester, School of Materials, Faculty of Engineering & Physical Sciences. Her research interests also include luxury fashion retailing in China and the consumption of fashion goods by Asian consumers. She has international industry experience in marketing communications and business development in the fashion and apparel sector and consults for fashion brands and retailers. She was awarded her Master’s Degree in Marketing with Distinction from the University of St Andrews in 2012.
Liz Parker is a specialist in Fashion Sustainability and teaches at several prestigious universities including London College of Fashion and Central St Martins . She has extensive in-depth insights into fashion supply chain and corporate social responsibility developed through a career spanning more than 15 years as an activist, researcher and project manager working with organisations such as Clean Clothes Campaign, LCF Centre for Sustainable Fashion, Fashioning an Ethical Industry and Ethical Fashion Consultancy. Her publications include chapters in two pivotal books on fashion sustainability by Kate Fletcher, Mathilda Tham and Sandy Black. She has a post-graduate certificate in Systems Thinking and Sustainability and is currently in the final stages of an MA in Teaching and Learning in HE.
Ronit Zilkha British fashion designer Ronit Zilkha studied fashion design in London, after which she launched her eponymous collection. Her unique designs, including inspired eveningwear and daywear, have been worn by members of the Royal family, celebrities, stars and fashion editors the world over, showcasing at London Fashion Week for 15 consecutive years. The Ronit Zilkha label achieved international recognition and success, as well as the eighteen independent Ronit Zilkha stores, and concessions in Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and House of Fraser. With 27 years’ experience in the fashion industry Ronit is an Associate Lecturer at the London College of Fashion in the MA Fashion Design Management, Grad Dip Fashion Management, BSc Fashion Management & MSc Strategic Fashion Management, Introduction to the Study of Fashion and BA Fashion Marketing courses, leading masterclasses, lectures and workshops whilst contributing to curriculum development.
Adam Rose is an independent consultant who also supports LCF in a Practitioner role across several buying and merchandising focused courses.
He has gained over 30 years of retailing experience at Debenhams and knowledge and his specialism is Merchandising-however having worked at Trading Director level and led large scale transformation projects he also has a wealth of valuable insight into a number of disciplines and product types and so is well placed to offer expertise across a broad spectrum of areas. In an industry in constant change,Adam is passionate about developments in technology and sustainability as well as understanding how best to manage and harness new thinking and approaches impacting people, processes and systems