Adam Peacock is a post-disciplinary artist and designer working across fields of architecture, fashion, photography, product design, consulting, branding and fine-art. He is the founder of The Validation Junky, an experimental lens upon the complexities of contemporary digital consumer culture. Adam was awarded 2016 Designer in Residence at London College of Fashion (LCF), UAL where he is currently Lecturer of Design Strategy & Future Related Design.
Jo Cope is a conceptual fashion designer working at the intersection of fine art, fashion and craft. Since 2006 she has worked on a diverse range of commissions and exhibits which push the formal boundaries of fashion questioning its evolving role within art. Her work has a strong connection with the human body concepts often relating to real life experience and emotion, discussing notions of the self as visual metaphor.
An innovative and interdisciplinary showcase for fashion and a worldwide network of emerging designers and artists. With ten years’ experience in fashion project management, creative concept development and curating, an innovative vision and an international network, FASHIONCLASH has gained a powerful position in the fashion world.
Ass. Prof. Jessica Bugg is an interdisciplinary practitioner and researcher trained in Fashion Design, currently Associate Dean, Research and Innovation at RMIT (Melbourne). With over twenty years’ interdisciplinary leadership, teaching and research experience in the UK and Australia, she has lead, developed and validated Undergraduate and Post Graduate programs in Fashion, Design for Performance and Fashion Promotion and Imaging.