Hayley-Jane Dujardin-Edwards covers France for Worn Through.
The Paris-based, Franco-British contributor earned an MA in Fashion Curation from the London College of Fashion in 2010. She had previously obtained a BA in History of Art and an MA specialised in the Art Market, at l’Ecole du Louvre, in Paris.
She has worked in art galleries and auction houses and written for fashion magazines.
Hayley’s research interests comprehend the relationships between fashion and art, the history of haute couture and the position of luxury brands within the artistic and cultural environment.
She is currently an independent researcher, curator and archivist.
In 2012, she created the patrimonial and archives department of the French fashion house, Guy Laroche.
She assisted the curator, Judith Clark in the mounting of the exhibition, Chloé. Attitudes, held at the Palais de Tokyo, in Paris, in September 2012, for which, in addition, she translated the catalogue.
She is also a regular research assistant to curator, Amy de la Haye.