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Business Breakfast at Corrigan’s, with Oriole Cullen, V&A

We are delighted to welcome members and their guests to the final morning in our Business Breakfast series for 2019, generously sponsored by Alexander Mann Solutions.

Start your day with a delicious Corrigan’s cooked breakfast, networking with members and their guests, and the unique opportunity to hear Oriole Cullen, Curator of the fabulous Dior exhibit at the V&A, in conversation with Trish Halpin, Managing Editor of Marie Claire!

About Oriole Cullen, Curator, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

Oriole Cullen is a curator of Modern Textiles and Fashion at the V&A. A graduate of the Courtauld Institute, she previously worked as a curator for Dress and Decorative Arts at the Museum of London where she co-curated The London Look: Fashion from Street to Catwalk (2004). She has worked on a number of V&A exhibitions including Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones co-curated with milliner Stephen Jones (V&A, 2009) and Ballgowns: British Glamour (V&A, 2012) with Sonnet Stanfill. She oversees the V&A’s ‘Fashion in Motion’ series, showcasing the work of contemporary designers within the museum setting. She has published widely on the subject of dress and fashion. Her recent book Francis Marshall: Drawing Fashion (V&A, publishing 2018) examines the work of Britain’s leading 20th Century fashion illustrator.

 

 

  • DATE AND TIME
    • 9 Sep 2019
    • 8:00am – 9:30am

  • LOCATION
      • Corrigan’s Mayfair
      • 28 Upper Grosvenor Street
      • London W1K 7EH
  • TICKET

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