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Librarian for Fashion and Design

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Claire Shapiro
Regent's University London
Inner Circle, Regent's Park
London NW1 4NS
020 7487 7733

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New to the Library!

We now have access to Fashion Monitor, the essential resource for contacts, news and events in the Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle sectors.

Email me or your lecturer for instructions on how to create your account and access this resource.


New this term!

Drop-in sessions for Fashion and Design students

Starting on October 11th from 1100-1300 at the Marylebone Resource Centre there will be a librarian available to assist you with:

  • Finding print and digital resources
  • Referencing
  • Research help
  • Any other questions relating to your area of study

Find us on the ground floor of 7 Garbut Place.

We're buying new books!  Click on the covers below for more information, and also check out our Books page, then come to the Park Campus Library to borrow them!







On now at the Fashion and Textile Museum:

Louise Dahl–Wolfe: A Style of Her Own

20 October 2017 – 21 January 2018

Louise Dahl-Wolfe (1895–1989) is one of the most important women fashion photographers of the first part of the 20th century. This is the first major retrospective of her work in the UK, and a key focus of the exhibition is Dahl-Wolfe’s 22 years as leading contributor to Harper’s Bazaar. Considered a pioneer of modern fashion photography, the exhibition highlights how Dahl-Wolfe defined the image of the modern independent post-war woman.

‘From the moment I saw her first colour photographs, I knew Bazaar was at last going to look the way I had instinctively wanted,’ declared editor Carmel Snow. Credited with 86 covers for the magazine, 600 colour plates, and over 2,000 black-and-white photographs, Louise Dahl-Wolfe often photographed on location and mainly outdoors in the then exotic locales of Cuba, South America, Spain and Mexico. Her work appears fresh and spontaneous but was always carefully planned.

The exhibition features over 100 photographs spanning three decades, from the 1930s to the 1950s, and presents the work of couture designers Chanel, Balenciaga and Dior, as well as American fashion innovators Claire McCardell and Clare Potter. The models, whose looks set the style for the decade, include Suzy Parker, Jean Patchett, Evelyn Tripp, Mary Jane Russell, Lisa Fonssagrives, Lizzie Gibbons and Liz Benn.


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