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Fashion // Manifesto Workshop

Event date
4 March 2020 (2pm to 5pm)
Status
Open
Fashion // Manifesto Workshop

LCF Fashion Design and Visual Arts Practice Research Hub

In collaboration with Parsons Paris MA Fashion Studies

The past few years have seen a more politicised approach to scholarship in the field of Fashion Studies. This has occurred in dialogue with the recent resurgence of feminist activism, calls to decolonize cultural institutions and university curricula, as well as the increasingly urgent discourse on sustainability. It therefore seems an opportune moment to reflect on the shape of the field as it stands and explore some of its key concerns and principles as we move into the 2020s. This round table session – organized in collaboration with Parsons Paris MA Fashion Studies – will critically evaluate the manifesto as a format for articulating shared interests in the field of fashion, across scholarly and design contexts.

This event is free but booking is essential. To book, please contact Caroline Stevenson: c.stevenson@fashion.arts.ac.uk

The event will be held in Room 317b at London College of Fashion, John Princes St campus.

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