In May 2015, Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style, the largest James Bond exhibition ever staged, opens in Madrid at Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa. I curated this museum show with Lindy Hemming, the Oscar winning costumer, originally for London’s Barbican Centre, Europe’s largest multi-arts venue, where it opened in July 2012. Since then, Designing 007 has been exhibited at Toronto’s TIFF Bell Lightbox, Shanghai’s Minsheng Museum, Australia’s Melbourne Museum, GBUKiO Moscow Multimedia Complex of Actual Arts and Kunsthal Rotterdam.
Vogue On: Coco Chanel is an Amazon best-seller and the first book to chart Chanel’s career with Vogue archive imagery. Follow this link to discover more about the books I have written.
I wrote Made For Each Other Fashion and the Academy Awards, the first comprehensive fashion history of the Oscars, after reporting on awards season fashion for BBC’s flagship news television programme, Breakfast. The critical acclaim this book received has made me regarded as an expert on red carpet fashion culture. And on request of Mallery Roberts Morgan, curator of the West Hollywood Design District’s 2014 symposium, Design Intersects Everything Made, I recently chaired a panel assessing the phenomenon. To ensure lively conversation, I enlisted other authorities on the subject — namely, the Hollywood Reporter’s senior writer, Merle Ginsberg, Women’s Wear Daily’s bureau chief, Marcy Medina and best-selling author, Monica Corcoran Hurrel.
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