Katherine Elliott

 

 

 

 

 

 

Having studied a BA in Philosophy at the University of Nottingham and MA in Design History at the V&A and Royal College of Art, Katherine is now the Research Administrator at the V&A, part of the small team that is responsible for developing the broader research strategy for the Museum.  Her own research focuses on fashion theory – the relationship between the body and clothing and in particular how we can experience this interaction.  Katherine is starting to develop an area of research related to the Mannequin and how as an object it can and has influenced the way that we experience historical dress.

k.elliott[at]vam.ac.uk

katherine.elliott[at]alumni.rca.ac.uk

Clothing Soldiers: Development of a System of Production and Supply of Military Clothing in England from 1645 to 1708