Fashion bloggers and journalists the world over were divided in their opinions: was this a genuine feminist statement drawing attention to a much needed cause, or a cheap attempt to jump on the band wagon of women’s rights that trivialised, rather than elevated, important gender issues?
For those who are interested in debate between fashion and feminism, London College of Fashion is hosting a round table event to discuss how (and whether) feminism has affected fashion, and the impact of social media on the relationship between the two. Join academic Pamela Church Gibson from London College of Fashion, Georgia Murray, founder of feminist magazine GIRLS/CLUB zine, Ilya Parkins from the London School of Economics for a debate chaired by Djaurdja Bartlett from the London College of Fashion.
|What||Fashion and Feminism, London College of Fashion|
RHS Space West
20 John Prince’s Street, London, W1G OBJ | MAP
|Nearest tube||Oxford Circus (underground)|
On 27 May 15, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
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