The Fashion Show

The Fashion Show: History, theory and practice

by Gill Stark

Gill Stark is Assistant Dean and Head of the School of Creative and Liberal Arts at Regent's University London. She has worked as a fashion designer and in academia and has previously held posts at AIU London and the London College of Fashion as well as teaching roles at other UK universities. Gill has produced fashion shows in industry and for universities and for many years has taught fashion show production to international students. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018
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    978-1-4742-0848-2 (online)

    978-1-3500-3138-8 (epub)

    978-1-4725-6849-6 (epdf)

    978-1-4725-6848-9 (paperback)
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    First Edition
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Take up your all-access pass to one of the most dynamic areas of the international fashion industry. Lavishly illustrated and packed with industry insights, The Fashion Show is the must-have guide to showing off a collection.

You will learn about:

The context of the fashion show and its significance for brands, designers, journalists and others working in the fashion industry; How a fashion show is produced, everything from agreeing a vision to casting the models to setting up backstage; What happens on show day, and how to use the impact of your show.

Future fashion designers, fashion marketers, fashion managers, fashion PRs – and creative practitioners looking to learn more about this fascinating part of the industry, you are cordially invited to join Gill Stark in the front row of The Fashion Show.