Nathalie Khan, BA (hons) MRes, PGcert, is a cultural historian with an academic background in performance and film theory. She teaches fashion history and theory at Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion. She is a unit leader on the Executive MBA at London College of Fashion and teaches contextualising your practice on the MA in fashion design at La Cambre Mode(s) in Brussels. In addition Nathalie is a guest lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York and the University of Bologna. Nathalie is a leading theorist and writer on contemporary fashion media and the impact of new technology on the traditional catwalk show and fashion photography. She has published on fashion curation, fashion film, queer and material culture. She is a regular contributor to the fashion media platform SHOWstudio. Recent curatorial practice includes a project titled I know simply that the sky will last longer than I, with the Belgian visual artist Pierre Debusschere during the 28th International Festival of Fashion and Photography (Hyeres, 2013). Nathalie is currently working on an exhibition on queer and club culture. Before pursuing a career in academia Nathalie worked as a brand consultant for Kurt Geiger and as a sales and distribution manager for global brands such as Calvin Klein, DKNY and Prada.