Design ⇅ Research ⇄ Sociology
Gender ⇆ Visual Culture ⇅ Fashion
Floriane Misslin
⤷ I’m a researcher, designer, and educator whose practice focuses on developing participatory and visual research methods. I’m a lecturer in art direction at London College of Communication and a PhD candidate in Visual Sociology at Goldsmiths University of London (UK).

My research studies the production of fashion photography and fashion practices that challenge the distinction between womenswear and menswear, with a focus on the use of mood boards. This continues my project ⟶ Diagramming Fluidity which was published as a book with Onomatopee, and a paper in the journal Fashion Studies. The project was exhibited in Designs for Different Futures (US) and Viral (FR). I also wrote for Futuress about fashion education.

I’m also a visiting tutor to the MA Geo-Design at Design Academy Eindhoven (NL) and to the studio Fashions & Embodiment of the MA Design: Expanded Practice at Goldsmiths (UK).

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