• Abstracting
  • Achieving
  • Acknowledging
  • Actioning
  • Adding
  • Analysing
  • Answering
  • Applying
  • Appropriating
  • Archiving
  • Arriving
  • Assembling
  • Asking
  • Becoming
  • Being
  • Belonging
  • Binding
  • Blueprinting
  • Bonding
  • Borrowing
  • Branding
  • Breaking
  • Bricolaging
  • Building
  • Buying
  • Camping
  • Carrying
  • Casting
  • Challenging
  • Changing
  • Choreographing
  • Coding
  • Collaborating
  • Collaging
  • Collecting
  • Commoning
  • Communicating
  • Concentrating
  • Conditioning
  • Connecting
  • Consuming
  • Containing
  • Contextualising
  • Conversing
  • Cooperating
  • Copying
  • Covering
  • Creating
  • Critiquing
  • Curating
  • Cutting
  • Decentering
  • Decoding
  • Decolonising
  • Deconstructing
  • Defining
  • Demystifying
  • Describing
  • Diagramming
  • Digitising
  • Discussing
  • Dissecting
  • Disseminating
  • Doing
  • Donating
  • Draping
  • Drawing
  • Dressing
  • Editing
  • Embodying
  • Employing
  • Encountering
  • Encouraging
  • Engaging
  • Entangling
  • Evidencing
  • Exchanging
  • Exhausting
  • Existing
  • Expanding
  • Exposing
  • Extending
  • Finalising
  • Finding
  • Finishing
  • Folding
  • Following
  • Forecasting
  • Forging
  • Formalising
  • Forming
  • Framing
  • Functioning
  • Gathering
  • Gendering
  • Generating
  • Giving
  • Gluing
  • Gossiping
  • Grabbing
  • Grading
  • Grasping
  • Guiding
  • Hearing
  • Highlighting
  • Holding
  • Illustrating
  • Image-making
  • Impacting
  • Influencing
  • Informing
  • Inhabiting
  • Instigating
  • Integrating
  • Interrogating
  • Interpreting
  • Intertwining
  • Interviewing
  • Investigating
  • Inviting
  • Ironing
  • Joining
  • Joking
  • Judging
  • Keeping
  • Knitting
  • Knotting
  • Knowing
  • Layering
  • Leaving
  • Liking
  • Listening
  • Living
  • Looking
  • Looping
  • Losing
  • Loving
  • Making
  • Mapping
  • Marking
  • Measuring
  • Mediating
  • Meeting
  • Mending
  • Muddling
  • Narrating
  • Navigating
  • Needling
  • Networking
  • Note-taking
  • Nurturing
  • Observing
  • Online Shopping
  • Opening
  • Ordering
  • Paraphrasing
  • Pattern Making
  • Performing
  • Photographing
  • Pinning
  • Placing
  • Pointing
  • Positioning
  • Practicing
  • Preserving
  • Printing
  • Problematising
  • Producing
  • Propagating
  • Proposing
  • Publishing
  • Queering
  • Querying
  • Questioning
  • Quilting
  • Re-appropriating
  • Reading
  • Reclaiming
  • Recycling
  • Referencing
  • Reflecting
  • Remapping
  • Removing
  • Repeating
  • Representing
  • Repurposing
  • Researching
  • Resisting
  • Reusing
  • Ripping
  • Seducing
  • Seeing
  • Seeking
  • Selecting
  • Selling
  • Sequencing
  • Sewing
  • Shopping
  • Slipping
  • Smoothing
  • Socialising
  • Speculating
  • Squinting
  • Starting
  • Struggling
  • Studying
  • Styling
  • Subsuming
  • Surfing
  • Tailoring
  • Talking
  • Targeting
  • Tearing
  • Testing
  • Thinking
  • Touching
  • Tracing
  • Trading
  • Transcending
  • Translating
  • Travelling
  • Traversing
  • Un-making
  • Uncovering
  • Unifying
  • Unlocking
  • Unmapping
  • Unpicking
  • Unravelling
  • Upholding
  • Using
  • Valorising
  • Videoing
  • Viewing
  • Voicing
  • Wanting
  • Wasting
  • Wearing
  • Weaving
  • Winding
  • Working
  • Writing
  • Xeroxing
  • Yielding
  • Zig-zagging
  • Zipping
  • Zooming In/Out

Muslin Brothers (Brussels/Tel-Aviv)





CMP OFFICE (London)

Artist, Designer, Lecturer, Researcher

storage.cmpoffice.online

@


"[01] autonomous [02] non-linear brand [03] open toolbox [04] corporate avatar [05] nomadic school [06] made for survival [07] research forms [08] forms research [09] recycles mythologies [10] seeks meaning [11] brand archeologist [12] creative consultancy [13] open for business [14] closed from 9 am to 5 pm."





Nichola Woods (Kent, UK.)

Educator, Researcher, Creative Practitioner

nicholawoods.com






Lucia Lopez Rod MSc (Uruguay)

Designer, Researcher, Educator

proyectocasamario.net/w/?s=lucia+lopez

@


"Fashion as a way of inhabiting clothing in a specific social time. A way to materialize our values through our fashion practices."





Sasha de Koninck (Boulder, CO USA)

Artist

studiosdk.net


"It is the unlearning and relearning of the relationship between body and garment."





Otto von Busch (New York)

Educator, Designer, Explorer

www.selfpassage.info


"fashion is an energy sparkling of life, a shared attention of flirting, a biosocial flourishing."





Kasia Gorniak (Helsinki, Finland)

Fashion Designer

www.kasiagorniak.com

@


"Fashion is the creation of clothing-oriented works, framing performance as process. Clothing, when worn, is a facilitator of communication between bodies."





Katherine May (London)

Designer and Educator

www.katherinemay.com

@


"Fashion makes space for conversations - space for ephemeral qualities such as humanity, diversity, complexity, caring and trust."





Sophie-Nicole Dodds (London, UK)

A making practioner who writes and draws.

cargocollective.com/sophie-nicoledodds

@


"Fashion is a hierarchy of making garments and I see garments as a way of writing the journeys of our lives that is important to be understood."





Amy Twigger Holroyd (PhD) (Nottingham, UK)

designer, maker, researcher, writer

amytwiggerholroyd.com

@


"Fashion is flexible and its systems are ripe for reinvention. Let’s turn established histories, norms and values inside out."





Marloes ten Bhömer (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

Designer, Researcher, Educator

www.marloestenbhomer.com


"Fashion is a form of expression that reflects on and produces representations of the self, our bodies, ideas, ideologies, identities, relationships and society."





Marjanne van Helvert / Dirty Design (Amsterdam / Noordwijk aan Zee)

designer, researcher, writer, educator

www.dirty-design.net


"Fashion sucks. Let's wear whatever."





Aïcha Abbadi (Berlin, Germany)

artist-designer, researcher, writer

aichaabbadi.com


"Fashion: a. a system of social relations | b. a device for poetic expression | c. an existential smokescreen"





Cyana Madsen (London, UK)

Curator, Researcher, Writer

www.cyanamadsen.com

@


"A tool of recording."





Emma Hoette (London, Amsterdam and Svalbard)

Choreographer

kleio.com/page/emma-hoette

@


"Fashion is a way of choreographing identity, communications and sense of belonging"





Ricarda Bigolin (PhD), RMIT University, Designer/Director D&K (Melbourne, Australia)

Researcher, Designer & Educator

dolciandkabana.com

@


"Mythic symbols; a vortex emerges of palpable desires, lifestyles, success – buying into fashion is aspiring to dreams far beyond the thread and polyester satin labels of often unremarkable clothes, bags and sunglasses"





Hanka van der Voet (Amsterdam, NL)

Researcher, Writer, Publisher, Educator

pressandfoldmagazine.com

@


"Fashion is text."





Chinouk Filique de Miranda (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

(fashion) design researcher

chinoukfilique.info

@


"a subliminal and visual communication system"





Marina Sasseron de Oliveira Cabral (Brazil / Netherlands)

Researcher, Designer, Educator

www.marinasasseron.info

@


"Fashion qualifies realities through material, discourses, policies, amongst other forces. My practice aims at playing with the nature of the transactions from which these realities emerge."









Lillian Wilkie (London)

Publisher, Editor, Writer, Artist, Lecturer

mawkishness.org

@


"Fashion is a language of material pleasure; it articulates desire and selfhood. The mouthpiece for this language of fashion - mediating, complicating, democratising - is imagery."





chet julius (Vught, NL)

Activist, Embodied and Artistic Researcher, Writer, Educator

chetjulius.com

@


"In my practice, I aim to restore the power and value of the living bodies within the fashion system."





Jay McCauley Bowstead (London)

Author and Researcher

www.arts.ac.uk/research/ual-staff-researchers/jay-mccauley-bowstead

@


"Fashion isn’t just a design discipline or set of industries. It’s also a verb: to shape, or create – to fashion ourselves and our world anew."





Daniel Caulfield-Sriklad (London, UK)

Education and Practice

@


"Fashion is a practice, navigating the space between being and becoming. Dressing, wearing and undressing the physical, emotional, mental and subtle body as we go."





Emily McGuire (Brisbane, Australia)

Artist, Writer


"fashion changes lives, for better or worse."





Lauren Peters, PhD. (Chicago, IL)





Emily Nam (New York, USA)

Garment Maker and Educator

energyhealingcommunity.com


"Fashion: defined as a practice, cultivates an interpersonal, creative and community experience - in collaboration with material and form."





Laura Gardner (Melbourne, Australia)

Writer, Editor, Lecturer

modealsomode.com

@


"I see ‘fashion’ in a wide-ranging sense. An aesthetic phenomenon connected to everyday experience, commerce and culture. My work looks at the representation of fashion beyond the garment, through publishing, writing, performance and curation."





Beata Wilczek (Berlin, Germany)

Educator, Resarcher, Artist

beatawilczek.net

@


"1. Fashion is a complex ecosystem that creates spaces, values, matter and affect. 2. Your worn out pajama pants."





Caroline Stevenson (London)





Jo Cope (Leicester UK)

Conceptual and Social Fashion

www.jocope.com


"To reconsider fashions future role in society as a vessel for positive change and a valuable tool for embodying and communicating human centred stories."





Ellen Sampson (London, United Kingdom)





Dinu Bodiciu (Singapore / London)

Designer

www.dinubodiciu.com

@


"An ongoing exploration of the body in the world"





Daphne Mohajer va Pesaran (Melbourne, Australia)

Designer, Researcher, Lecturer

d-mvp.com

@


"Fashion is an old and amorphous thing, Everything and nothing. Whatever it is, we need to study it."





Floriane Misslin (London)

Researcher, Visual Designer, Educator

florianemisslin.com

@


"Fashion is a network of organisations producing social imaginaries that organise bodies and what they can become."





Ruby Hoette (London)

Designer, Researcher, Educator

www.rubyhoette.com


"Fashion is a verb, an approach to making and being and thinking that is fluid and dynamic"