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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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Fashion Monitor can now be accessed off-campus!

Now you can use Fashion Monitor from home or anywhere else that is convenient. Search for contacts, brands and influencers in the fashion, beauty and lifestyle sectors.

Still need to set up an account? Use this link and fill in the form. You must use your email address or you will not be able to access this resource.


Fashion and Textile Museum, 9th February - 6th May 2018

Explore the T-shirt in the 20th Century through this inspirational exhibition; charting the history, culture and subversion of the most affordable and popular item of clothing on the planet. T-SHIRT: CULT – CULTURE – SUBVERSION highlights the multi-faceted role of this humble garment. From men’s underclothes to symbol of rock and roll rebellion, through punk and politics to luxury fashion item, T-shirts broadcast who we are and who we want to be.

The exhibition will feature a private collection of Vivienne Westwood t-shirts from the early days of Let it Rock, Sex, and Seditionaries, through to the designers most recent collections, Active Resistance to Propaganda and Climate Revolution. This group of rare objects will form a central installation of the exhibition, accompanied by an introduction to the historical biography of the T-shirt and an insight into its technological advances, mapped through sections focusing on contemporary design.

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Drop-in sessions for Fashion and Design students

Starting on January 31st 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!











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