In collaboration with MoMu – Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp, Europeana Fashion hosts its third annual conference in Antwerp on 24, 25 and 26 February 2015.
The conference DIGITAL FASHION FUTURES explores the future of digital fashion
initiatives, bringing together a multitude of online fashion platforms and innovative
perspectives from the cultural heritage industry.
FEBRUARY 24 | KEYNOTE LECTURES
On the first day, the conference examines ways in which digital content can be
worked into a valuable experience for its consumers as well as the evolving role
of digital content in business models for fashion. Participants are encouraged to
evaluate their own role in the future landscape of fashion.
FEBRUARY 25 | WORKSHOPS
On the second day, various workshops and debates allow participants to delve
deeper into the ideas presented on the first day. Use cases, challenges, best
practices and how-to’s offer in-depth insights and practical detail for anyone who
wants to be part of the future of fashion online. Topics that will be covered are
intellectual property in a digital environment, digital skills required in tomorrow’s
fashion world, how to contribute content to Europeana Fashion, and more.
FEBRUARY 24, 25 & 26 | SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
The conference is complemented by a range of off-programme social activities to
let participants connect with each other as well as explore the Belgian fashion and
heritage scene. These activities take place on 24, 25 and 26 February. Participants
can sign up for these events independently from the conference.
Registration for the conference and social activities is open from the end of
November 2014 onwards. To receive a notification when registration opens,
please sign up for the Europeana Fashion newsletter here. For more information: email@example.com
Europeana Fashion is a network of 22 partners from 12 European countries that represents the leading European institutions and collections in the fashion domain. The network aggregates and provides to Europeana outstanding and rich material about the history of European fashion. By February 2015, Europeana Fashion will have made available online over 700.000 fashion-and costume related items, such as historical dresses, accessories, photographs, posters, drawings, sketches, videos, fashion catalogues, and more. Over 400.000 items are already accessible on europeanafashion.eu and europeana.eu. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
MoMu is one of the founding partners of the Europeana Fashion project as well as a content provider.