SPEAKERS - DAY 1

Cornelia Lauf
Ph.D., Visiting Professor John Cabot University

Fashion and Art

Nabil El-Nayal
Ph.D., Manchester Fashion Institute and Nabil Nayal Ltd.

Re-imagining Fashion’s Heritage Through The Generative Power of Disruption.

Anthony Kent
Ph.D., Professor Fashion Marketing, Nottingham Trent University,
Alberta St. John-James
Fashion Designer and Researcher

How can history disrupt the fashion industry?

Marie Genevieve Cyr
Coordinator Thesis and Assistant Professor, Parsons School of Design, The New School

E-appropriation and recontextualization: on the relationship between Post-internet art and Fashion Design Practice

Maaike Feitsma
Ph.D., Senior researcher and lecturer. Amsterdam Fashion Institute, Fashion Technology Research group, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Making fashion last instead of fast: a historical view on fashion technology

Nathalie Verboven
Digital MKTG Assistant W&H Jewellery
Annick Schramme
Ph.D., Director Creative Industries Antwerp management School, University of Antwerp

Trending luxury: how different images and working with influencers on Instagram impacts the brand image of affordable luxury jewelry brands.

Tessa Maffucci
Pratt Institute, MA in Fashion Studies & Digital Humanities, The Graduate Center at CUNY, The fashion Studies Journal

Made in New York: Heritage, Authenticity and Tradition in a Digitized Fashion Capital

Daria Muller Velasquez
Ph.D. student, Researcher National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Made in Italy: Articulation of National Identity through Prism of Vogue Italia Magazine

Dominika Lukoszek
Ph.D., Freelance Researcher

The Fashion System behind the Iron Curtain – The Heritage Question

Ester Yance
Ph.D. student, Univesidad Complutence de Madrid

Can we talk about utopian clothes? A sight for cinema’s utopias

Terry Newman
Author and fashion journalism lecturer, University of the Creative Arts, Epsom

From yesterday’s heritage to to tomorrow’s future: why Legendary Authors and the Clothes They Wore can be fashion influencers today

Sandra Niessen
Ph.D., Batax Textiles, Research Collective for Decolonizing Fashion

Negated and Exploited Re-evaluating Cross-Cultural Heritage in Fashion

Toby Slade
Ph.D. Research Collective for Decolonizing Fashion

The New Japanese Luxury

Ulrike Nägele
Professor
Jan Oliver Schwarz
Professor Dr. Vice Dean, AMD Akademie Mode & Design Munich

Back to the future: challenging the idea of studying the past to disrupt and innovate by turning to science-fiction

Essia Sahli
Journalist, Italy, France, Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle Decor

The legacy of fashion, a versatile tool for future political struggles

SPEAKERS - DAY 2

Cristina Calciati
Student Istituto Marangoni Milano

Six Reasons why Sustainable Fashion is the Future

Katharina Sand
Founder Septieme Etage, lecturer HEAD Geneve, Parsons Paris

The curator is digitally present: how do professional fashion curators use Instagram?

Shirley van de Polder
Lisa Mason
Ph.D. students London College of Fashion

Back to the future and new ways of seeing. A brief close reading on the past and future of fashion curation

Vittorio Linfante
Art Director and Professor Politecnico di Milano

Fashion Utopias: the role of fashion exhibitions and fashion archives to defining (and stimulating) possible future fashion landscapes

Cecilia Winterhalter
Ph.D. Lecturer Accademia Costume & Moda

Peggy and Palma, dresses and identities

Laura Ceccarelli
Archivist
Laura Pompei
Archivist, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia

The archival funds of costume designers of the Chiarini Library of the Experimental Center for Cinematography Foundation.

SPEAKERS

PANELS

GUESTS & EVENT

FASHION COLLOQUIA ROME

VIDEO GALLERY