Judith Clark is a curator and fashion exhibition-maker and is currently Professor of Fashion and Museology at University of the Arts London, where she runs the MA Fashion Curation and is co-Director of the Centre for Fashion Curation. Clark opened the first experimental gallery of fashion in London (1997–2002). Since then Clark has curated major exhibitions of dress at the V&A, London; ModeMuseum, Antwerp; Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Palazzo Pitti, Florence; Simone Handbag Museum, Seoul, and in 2012 installed Frida Kahlo’s dresses at her home in Mexico City. Her exhibition commissioned by the Barbican Art Gallery, entitled The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined travelled to Winter Palais in Vienna, and will open at ModeMuseum, Hasselt in September 2017. Clark lectures internationally on issues of dress display.