Circular Fashion Consumption: Evolving and Contrasting Temporal Features, In Pursuit of Luxury Conference 2022
, Online, 27 May 2022.
Luxury is a Matter of Time: A Social Analysis of Time and Creativity in the Luxury Fashion Industry, Cultural Histories, Creative Futures 2019
Sino-British conference), Winchester School of Art, 2019.
Mapping the Geography of Luxury: a Reflection on Place and Conspicuous Products on the Age of Globalization, 4th Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places
, Corfu (Greece), 2017.
The Time(s) of Fashion: A Reflection on Perceptual and Conceptual Aspects of Time in Relation to Fashion, Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues
, Mansfield College, Oxford (UK), 2016.
‘Pure’ Luxury: Digital Perspectives on Luxury, Conspicuous Products, and Globalized Business Practice, In Pursuit of Luxury
, Lim College, New York (USA), 2016.
Towards the Emergence of Mass Fashion in Post-War Japan. Assessing the Nature and the Extent of American Influence, 1952-2012: The American Legacy in Japan Sixty Years After the Occupation
, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice (Italy),
Sartorial Blends. Designing schoolgirls’ uniforms in the Meiji Period (1868-1912) Japan, Penser les Métissages: pratiques, acteurs, concepts
, Université 13, Paris (France), 2010.
Tailoring Modern Identities. The Adoption of Western-style Uniforms in the Meiji Period Japan (1868-1912), Linguistic and Cultural Identity in Japan
, University of Bucharest, Bucharest (Romania), 2011.
A Reading on Yōsōka in the Early-mid Meiji Period Japan Focusing on the Interrelation Between Clothing and Location of Social Identity, Échanges intellectuels Japon-Europe en Alsace: "Meiji II"
Fashion Icon or State Symbol? The Introduction of Western Clothes and the Role of the Empress in the Meiji Period, 34th Conference on Japanese Studies AISTUGIA−Italian Association for Japanese Studies
, L’Orientale University, Naples (Italy),
New Clothes for the Meiji Emperor. The Location of Social Identity and Yōsōka in the Early Meiji Period Japan, 33rd Conference on Japanese Studies AISTUGIA−Italian Association for Japanese Studies
, Bicocca University, Milan (Italy), 2009.
Double-face Japan. Clothes and Japanese Identity During the First Years of the Meiji Period, Identity and Its Discontents
, Melbourne University, Melbourne (Australia), 2008.
Japanese Performance of Modernity. Western Clothes and Kimono in the First Years of the Meiji Period Japan, Bodies On Display
, McCord Museum, Montreal (Canada), 2008.
Western Clothes in Edo-Meiji Period Japan. A Reading from Hannerz’s Theory of “Cultural flows”, Fashion Business Society: 20th National Congress
, Sugino University, Tokyo (Japan), 2008.
Unsuitable Dress for a Nation. Guatemalan Ethnic Dress and the Formation of a National Body, The Body Conference
, Cardiff University, Cardiff (UK), 2008.
Family and “Made in Italy” Fashion. “Motherly Italy” Theory Reviewed, 22nd Conference of Fashion Sociology
, Bunka Gakuen University, Tokyo (Japan), 2008.
Made in Italy, Conceived in Japan. “Made in Italy” Fashion in Japan, 31st Conference on Japanese studies AISTUGIA−Italian Association for Japanese Studies
. Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice (Italy), 2007.
The Art Business Podcast
, hosted by Dr. David Bellingham. Guest speaker, 28 October 2022
Panel organiser and host, Luxury Forward Series
: Products, Platforms, and Practices
with Emma Paleschi (Sotheby’s), Benoit Pagotto (RTFKT), Vanessa Jacobs (The Restory), Sotheby’s Institute of Art (online), 17 June 2022
British Luxury in a Digital World
Panelist with Sacha Rose (Derek Rose) and Adam White (Factory Design), Parsons Executive Education London Residency
, 16 May 2022
A Socio-cultural Point of View on Retail
, Instagram Live on Luxury Retail with Dr. Ghalia Boustani, 8 June 2021 youtube.com/watch?v=p1ELPUXx4uY
Panelist for the conference InPursuit of Luxury - Luxury in the Age of Technology
, Politecnico di Milano, May 2021
Lusso e luogo: valori umani ed eccellenza territoriale
[Luxury and Place: Human Values and Territorial Excellence] LUXRE, The Luxury Rental Event, Virtual Conference, 15-16 May 2021. Press coverage: ifdm.design/2021/04/29/an-event-to-talk-about-luxury-rentals
The Cultural Capital of Luxury Brands
, Masterclass, “Fashion and Luxury Law Course” by TAILORED, 25 February 2021
In Pursuit of Luxury- What next?
(panellist), Virtual Symposium, 10 December 2020
Fashion as a Walking Artform
(panellist), Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Libraries, June 2019
The future of Luxury
(panel moderation), Sotheby’s Institute of Art, April 2019
Art and Luxury: where is the relationships headed?
(event organisation), Sotheby’s Institute of Art, April 2019
“Working with influencers: the importance of authenticity” (panel), The Masterclass for Fast Growth Luxury Companies – the Luxpreneurs
(The Luxury Law Summit
), April 2019
“Delocalisation: Consumers’ Perceptions and the Impact on the Future of Luxury” (presented with Dr. Simon O’Leary), Luxury Research Conference (Market Research Society)
, September 2018
“Grooming and Wellbeing: the Male View”, Market Research Society Speaking Evening
, July 2018
(panellist and event organisation), Regent’s University, London, November 2017