Judith Clark is a groundbreaking independent curator and exhibition-maker who has lectured and published widely on dress display and organized more than forty exhibitions. Among her publications is The Concise Dictionary of Dress, which she co- authored with Adam Phillips. Known as one of the most innovative and unconventional curators in her field, she has curated and designed exhibitions on fashion for several museums internationally. She is a Professor of Fashion and Museology at UAL, London, where she runs the Master’s Program in Fashion Curation. In addition, she teaches at the Architectural Association and runs a unit in its History and Theory Department.