A Scottish Artist and their Comme des Garçons Uniform - an Exhibition Review
Amy de la Haye reviews an exhibition about fashion and textiles in the life and work of the artist Steven Campbell.
Glyn Philpot, The Forgotten Portrait Artist
Dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye reviews a new retrospective of British artist Glyn Philpot at Pallant House Gallery, whose subjects included dandies, queer men and performers.
Feminism and the Rose: London Craft Week Kicks off with Performance at the Garden Museum
Hot on the heels of the museum's latest exhibition exploring the roses in fashion, artist Jo Cope, curator Amy de la Haye, sustainable flower designer Shane Connolly and performance artist Xrestina Prompona are putting on a special one-day event.
Essay: Code Red - Fashion & Climate Change
Dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye explores how our relationship with clothing has changed over time, and industrialisation's detrimental impact on the climate.
This Exhibition Explores The Rose's Influence on Fashion
What do Comme des Garçons, Alexander McQueen, Halston, Cristóbal Balenciaga and Charles Jeffrey all have in common? The rose, argues a new fashion exhibition in New York.
Fashion in a Time of Crisis
Amy de la Haye explores how fashion and dress have responded to political, social and economic trouble.
Essay: Fashion in Mourning
Dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye explores the ties between fashion and death, analysing mourning dress in early 19th century London.
Floral Provocateur: Constance Spry and the Fashion for Flowers
Dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye reviews the Garden Museum's latest exhibition.
Industry Experts Discuss The Rose In Fashion
From Comme des Garçons to Alexander McQueen, the floral motif endures in fashion. On Friday 30 April, the Fashion Institute of Technology are hosting an online symposium with speakers including co-curator Amy de la Haye and Nick Knight.
The Ultimate Fashion Exhibition Guide
A new global archive provides the ultimate resource for all fashion exhibition goers. Dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye and exhibition maker Judith Clark tell us more.
Fashion and The Plague 1665 - Robes Most Resistant and Clothing Most Infectious
Looking at the Great Plague, Amy de la Haye explores the status of clothing when it emerges as the culprit of, not a radical response to, crisis.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Fashion East A/W 21
Amy de la Haye is joined by Harry Freegard, Olivia Dean and Sydney Lima to discuss the Fashion East A/W 21 show.
Live Review: AZ Factory S/S 21 Haute Couture
Live from London, features editor Hetty Mahlich and dress historian Amy de la Haye review the AZ Factory S/S 21 haute couture show.
Essay: The Artist Gluck - Resistance, Dress & Legacy
Amy de la Haye explores the Queer legacy of Gluck via an analysis of the artist's personal possessions and dressed appearance.
Video Essay: Fashion in a Time of Crisis
Amy de la Haye examines how fashion has responded in historical instances of food shortages, racism, homophobia and Nazism.
Essay: Roses As Resistance
Amy de la Haye explores how, when combined, fashion and roses can provoke.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Valentino S/S 21
Karen Binns is joined by Zara Larsson, Amy de la Haye, Anita Ubhi and Anya Ziourova to discuss the Valentino S/S 21 show.
Essay: Coronavirus and Modern Fashion
In the final essay of the Fashion in a Time of Crisis project, Amy de la Haye and Bella Gladman ponder the immediate impact of COVID-19 on the ethos, design, production and presentation of fashion, within this multi billion pound global creative industry.
Essay: Haute Couture Under Occupation
Fashion and dress historian Professor Amy de la Haye explores how the heights of Parisian haute couture fared under Nazi occupation during WWII when workers were persecuted, resources were scarce and exports were forbidden.
Essay: Homophobia, AIDS and Fashion
Exploring the cultural impact of the AIDS crisis of the 1980s and 1990s through the shockwaves it sent through fashion.
Essay: Racism and the Zoot Suit
Amy de la Haye explores the zoot suit's subcultural power over time, from its organic beginnings in Harlem jazz clubs, becoming a fuse for race violence in forties California, to its eighties revival and induction into fashion history.
Essay: Food and the Women's Land Army Uniform
Amy de la Haye explores the uniform of the British Women’s Land Army, who stepped in to solve food shortages during the First World War.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Yeezy Season 8
Amy de la Haye is joined by Randa Kherba, Tayler Prince-Fraser, Willy Ndatira, Jalil Peraza and Nico Ballesteros to discuss the Yeezy Season 8 show.