This week, I gave lectures on fashion in China and the history of fashion media to students from the International Masters’ Program in Fashion Management, University of Antwerp – due to the ongoing C19 pandemic I presented over Teams & it was great to share my industry insights!
I contributed trend research on male grooming in Asia, specifically barbershops, for this Stylus report which subscribers can read here.
A paper I recently co-authored with my mum Dr Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, London College of Fashion, has just been published in Intellect’s International Journal of Fashion Studies. Entitled ‘The New Shanghai Xiaojie: Chinese fashion identities’, it is well worth a read for anyone interested in China’s fashion landscape today. Have a read here
Just going through old emails and found these photos from when I presented at the IFFTI Fashion Conference back in 2013 as a MA Fashion Journalism student at the London College of Fashion. I presented a paper that I co-wrote with my mum Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas about London and Shanghai as fashion capitals and centers of fashion production and creativity. The 15th annual conference was held at FIDM in Los Angeles and academics from around the world attended and shared their papers under the conference theme of The Business & Marketing of Icons.
The LCF contingent outside FIDM
As I am currently writing my dissertation on Vogue China and a paper on the use of colour in Zhang Yimou’s Hero, I have been using the Harvard System of Referencing. The Anglia Ruskin University website is extremely useful and details every possible type of reference.
You can check this out at, 你能在这看到： libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm