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- Commissioned Film for Chanel: A New Portrait by Marion Pike: 1967-1971White Line Projects were approached to direct and produce a film exhibited as part of the exhibition Coco Chanel: A New Portrait By Marion Pike Paris 1967 - 1971. The film, which explored connections between the paintings of Marion Pike and physical garments by Coco Chanel, was displayed as a dynamic feature to introduce the exhibition in the London College of Fashion's window display.
- Fashion History ResearchBelonging to the Museu del Disseny, the Textile and Fashion Museum of Barcelona sheds extraordinary light on the history of Spanish fashion. I have been collaborating with the Museum since 2010, with an average of three projects per year. I specialise in research and analysis of their permanent collection from the 20th century. I uncover the necessary information they need, analyse the data and present reports for the MTIB team to use as a basis to build upon the collection. Starting in 2013, I was involved in the process of creating the permanent exhibition for the MTIB’s new installation "El Cos Vestit" which opened in December 2014. This involved selecting garments from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s to be on display. I also carried out extensive research to locate fashion films to be used in different vitrines. The final edit is beautiful, concise and informative.
- KARL LAGERFELD RETROSPECTIVE‘Modemethode’, Karl Lagerfeld’s ‘fashion method’, is his ambitious, all-encompassing approach: from the initial sketch to the finished garment, from the accessories, the architectural setting and music of the fashion shows, to the photographs and graphic design of press material, advertising, catalogues and window displays – to cover the entire fashion oeuvre of Karl Lagerfel. Myself and Lady Amanda Harlech where the creatives responsible for the Look and feel for each world. We spent months in
- The V&A Future Series with Propela, 2018In celebration of the landmark exhibition The Future Starts Here, Propela, the team behind The Future Of_, is delighted to announce a four-part event series collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Unfolding throughout 2018, the series will explore 4 epic themes from a breadth of perspectives - near, far and speculative.10
- Fashion Curation '13The concept and research of Xenia Capacete-Caballero, Daniel Caulfield-Sriklad and Fiona McKay was selected for representation at the London College of Fashion MA ’13 Show at Victoria House, London, in February 2013. The installation was exhibited once more in 2014 at the Moving Textiles: Digital Encounters exhibition, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury. Focusing on the archive of menswear collector, Fraser Laing of General Eyewear (formerly Archiv), the installation showcased three ways of displaying historic dress. In collaboration with using the following forms of multimedia: Fashion Film, 3D scanning technologies and an Interactive Online Component. The resulting installation included two films and a website, which were produced and designed by the three curators. The culmination was both an immersive and challenging experience, which pointed towards the future potential of multi-media within the field of fashion curation. This process of working with innovative technology was also been presented as a case study at the Digital Fashion 2013 Conference in May 2013.1
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