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Jacqueline Durran and Sarah Greenwood In Conversation

Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran and Production Designer Sarah Greenwood have worked together on some of the most successful films of the modern era including the multi-award winning Atonement (2007), Anna Karenina (2012), Beauty and the Beast (2017) and the much acclaimed Barbie (2023). In discussion with Keith Lodwick, Jacqueline and Sarah will explore how they create the visual world of film through costume and production design.
Two For The Road

Mary Quant and Swinging London’s Fashion Revolution

Stephanie Wood, Co-Curator of the Victoria and Albert Museum's Mary Quant exhibition, and Julian Vogel, fashion insider and producer of the documentary Vidal Sassoon: The Movie, will join Fashion & Cinema's Joana Granero in a conversation about Mary Quant and other designers from the Swinging London scene as well as French designers like Courrèges and Paco Rabanne, their significance and their legacy.

The conversation will be followed by the screening of the film Two for the Road, where Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe included clothing by Mary Quant, Ken Scott and Paco Rabanne.
Salvatore: Shoemaker Of Dreams

Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams with Scriptwriter Dana Thomas

Luca Guadagnino’s Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams is a documentary about the life, work and legacy of Salvatore Ferragamo.

The screening of the film will be followed by a Q&A with journalist, author and UK Vogue’s European Sustainability Editor Dana Thomas, scriptwriter of the film, and hosted by journalist and writer Davina Catt.
Alexandra Byrne

Life Journeys: Alexandra Byrne in Conversation

Alexandra Byrne, whose designs for film, television, theatre and even ballet have won her wide international recognition, will be in conversation with writer and curator Keith Lodwick to talk about her rich and intense career.

The Conversation will be followed by a screening of the film Elizabeth, which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Anna Mary Scott Robbins

Life Journeys: Anna Mary Scott Robbins in Conversation

Anna Mary Scott Robbins, best known for her costumes for the Downton Abbey TV series and films, has enjoyed a very intense career that has won her several award nominations for her work. She will be joined by writer and curator Keith Lodwick to talk about her career, from Law School in Edinburgh to Downton Abbey and beyond.


Fashion Designer Paul Smith will be with us to introduce Godard’s classic Breathless and tell us about how influential this film was for him in his early youth in Nottingham.
Jenny Beavan

Life Journeys: Jenny Beavan in Conversation

Costume Designer Jenny Beavan will be in conversation with writer and curator Keith Lodwick to talk about her formidable career, which includes a wide array of genres and periods, from some of the most iconic Merchant Ivory productions to Mad Max: Fury Road or the stylish Cruella.
Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

Costume Designer Jenny Beavan will be joined by Keith Lodwick and Oriole Cullen to tell us about her work creating the costumes for Anthony Fabian’s film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris.
Michael Wilkinson

Life Journeys: Michael Wilkinson in Conversation

The costume designer behind films like American Hustle, Seberg, The Gentlemen, Justice League and the upcoming prequel TV series to Star Wars, Andor, will be in conversation with writer and curator Keith Lodwick.

The Conversation will be followed by the screening of American Hustle, which earned Michael Wilkinson the BAFTA and Academy Awards nominations for Best Achievement in Costume Design.
La Noire De...

Africa Fashion & Cinema: Black Girl and On-stage Conversation

Style as rebellion. Considered the starting point of African cinema, Ousmane Sembène’s film BLACK GIRL will be followed by an on-stage conversation with Christine Checinska and Elisabeth Murray, Lead Curator and Project Curator of the Africa Fashion exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The discussion will be led by Producer, Curator and Author, Nadia Denton.
Michele Clapton

Life Journeys: Michele Clapton in Conversation

The visionary behind many iconic film & TV series of the last two decades, Clapton is best known for her costume credits on Game of Thrones, The Crown, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again and The King’s Man.
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