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Events you might like:. Fashion Networking. Share this event. Fashion Party. Fashion Class. Save This Event Log in or sign up for Eventbrite to save events you're interested in. Sign Up. Already have an account? Log in. Event Saved. Your message has been sent! My experience is that both worlds are quite self-contained because they tend to produce things for other?
When it comes to going between the two worlds there can be a bit of disconnect.
Fashion is an interesting place to work because the creative process of a shoot or a collection draws on so many different elements - art, history and literature. I really enjoy the cultural richness and the opportunity to contribute. It's also very interesting to bring fashion into the academic world a little. Later this month I'm running a panel discussion on? The Politics of Fashion?
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We're lining up some really great guests and I'm very excited to see how it will be received. It was something that had been suggested to me a couple of times so my sister took some pictures and I sent them into my agency in Dublin. When I was next in Dublin I went into meet them and started working with them. Doing shows in London was such a surreal experience. I found it was really important to remember to take it all in and enjoy it. But doing that is only possible if you prepare yourself for the realities of what the work involves.
I went into fashion being quite aware of the industry, which I found useful in understanding things I wasn't to take personally. It often happens that people discuss your height, measurements, hair and skin and it is important to remember that these are superficial things that don't define who you are as a person. The difficulty of divorcing your body from your self-esteem is that many girls take it too far and forget to take care of themselves.
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It is important to remember your self worth and know that getting enough to eat and not being treated inappropriately are things you have a right to, however easy it is for that to get lost in the stress of the week. I think we all need to remember what Karl Lagerfeld said,? Don't get carried away - its only dresses?. It is only possible to enjoy what fashion has to offer if everyone is working in a safe environment.
Regarding eating and health during something like London Fashion Week - do you have any comments in relation to that? There is no arguing that health is a big problem for models but it upsets me so much how this topic is so often dealt with. People are quick to point out how young girls are put under huge pressure to maintain a thin physique but the discussion frequently devolves into publicly calling these girls disgusting and shaming what, for many of these very young girls, is a natural skinniness.
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I have often been judged by people for wanting to be a part of a world that is viewed as superficial and a female indulgence. Young people who submit themselves to these types of pressures for sport aren't met with this judgment and I feel this is a disparity that needs to be borne in mind. Personally I have struggled with very cruel comments from people about my weight. In school I had girls poke at my bones and tell me I was disgusting, tell me I was so thin I was? The cruelty of these comments was something that was difficult for me to deal with, but for those that do suffer with eating and body image disorders these attitudes make it very difficult for those girls to speak about their problems and get the help they need.
People are quick to refer to non-models as 'real women? When girls are subjected to this type of criticism it becomes clear how much this language has effected how people are willing to treat models. Importantly health issues for models are only partially personal.
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The structure of the industry makes it particularly difficult for girls to make sure they are taken care of. We work as freelance workers and the jobs we get often only last a day, maybe two, giving no job security. On top of that if you turn up for a job not looking as they expected or there is an incident you can be sent home meaning you will miss out on that work.