Tate Britain Special event

Fashion meets Art: Hangout on air

In the fourth Hangout of the series arts journalist Miranda Sawyer is joined by designer Stephen Jones, fashion historians, bloggers and online contributors for a lively discussion about fashion and art

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Chair: Miranda Sawyer

Miranda Sawyer

Miranda is a journalist, writer and broadcaster covering a wide range of interests, including music, art, radio and theatre. She is currently a feature writer and radio critic for The Observer, and is a regular arts critic in print and on television and radio. Miranda is also on the board of Tate Members.

In the Studio

Stephen Jones portrait

Stephen Jones

Stephen is a fashion designer specialising in millinery. In 2012 he participated in the Art + Collision project, acknowledging and promoting the longstanding relationship between fashion and art. In addition, his hats are collected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Louvre in Paris.

Oriole Cullen

Oriole Cullen portrait

Oriole Cullen is senior Curator of Contemporary Fashion and the Fashion In Motion series at the Victoria and Albert Museum. She has been at the V&A since 2006 and during this time has curated Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones, and worked with leading designers including Stephen Jones, Gareth Pugh, Yohji Yamamoto and Erdem.

Amber Butchart portrait

Amber Butchart

Amber is Associate Lecturer in Cultural & Historical Studies at the London College of Fashion, and hosts a regular ‘In Conversation’ series at the V&A museum, focusing on the costumed body in performance and fashion. In addition, Amber co-presents a weekly radio show, on Jazz FM, as half of the DJ duo Broken Hearts.

Hanging Out


Disneyrollergirl portrait

Navaz, aka Disneyrollergirl, is a freelance fashion editor and consultant. Her popular blog was launched in 2007 as an ‘anonymous fashion insider’, whilst employed as a full time fashion director on a London magazine. Navaz uses her blog to write about her encounters working in the fashion industry.

Rory Hutton portrait

Rory Hutton

Rory is an Irish born fashion designer. In 2013 his debut menswear accessories line was launched by Fortnum & Mason of Piccadilly, and more recently the prestigious Brown Thomas in Dublin. Rory is a frequent visitor to Tate Britain and draws much inspiration from the Pre-Raphaelite's love of nature.

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Date & Time

20 November 2013 at 20.00–20.30

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