A Spotlight On: Fashion and Freedom

Jenna Rossi-Camus, curator and producer of Fashion & Freedom discusses the exhibition’s content and development focusing on how it invited professional fashion designers and students to reflect on the legacies of the First World War with regards to women’s history.

Jenna Rossi-Camus is a fashion curator and exhibition-maker based in London. Her work explores the relationships between fashion history, theory and design through museum and site-specific exhibition projects. She is currently completing a PhD at London College of Fashion and lectures at the Royal College of Art and Winchester School of Art. She is the co-curator of the exhibition T-Shirts: Cult, Culture, Subversion, currently on view at the Fashion & Textile Museum, London.

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Date
Time
2.30pm
Venue
The Millennium Chapel
Admission
£3 in advance, £4 on the day, NMA Friends FREE
Contact
01283 245 100
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