The legacy of the past: a key to innovation A GEMode conference at LISAA
LISAA school of fashion is hosting a special GEMode conference on 10th April 2018 at 7pm with a theme of “The legacy of the past: a key to innovation.” This seminar will be led by iconographer and history of fashion teacher, Guénolée Milleret.
FASHION: LEGACY AND INNOVATION
LISAA School of Fashion will host a special conference by the fashion research group GEMode. This evening will be on the theme of “The legacy of the past: a key to innovation”, broaching one of the most important sectors in its field of study.
This seminar will be led by Guénolée Milleret, an iconographer and history of fashion teacher at schools such as EnsAD and EIML. Formerly head of documentary archives at the Maison Yves Saint Laurent, she has also written several books on the history of fashion, decoration and architecture.
GEMODE: FASHION RESEARCH GROUP
This special conference will be an opportunity to present the French art de vivre icon library, an indispensable research tool, offering creatives a rich mix of decorative languages, forms, styles, materials and effects, to inspire them to create even more imaginary worlds.
Founded in 2001, the fashion research group GEMode, which is connected to CeaQ-Sorbonne, brings together multidisciplinary researchers, students and teachers in order to reflect upon fashion, a major theme in our post-modern world, and the phenomena that are continuously changing the fabric of our society.
Tuesday 10th April 2018, 7pm to 8.30pm
13 rue Vauquelin
Open to everyone (students, researchers, professionals)
Free for GEMode members: email@example.com