Faith, Fashion, Identity: Contemporary Muslim Styles
Join us for a look at contemporary Muslim styles across the globe, from Asia to the Middle East to the United States.
Welcome: Jill D'Alessandro
Jill D'Alessandro is the Curator in Charge of Costume and Textile Arts at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Keynote: Özlem Sandikci, Faith and Profit: Fashioning the Muslim Consumer
Özlem Sandikci Turkdogan is a professor of Marketing at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School. She received her MBA degree from Birmingham University and Ph.D. in Marketing from the Pennsylvania State University. Her research addresses sociocultural dimensions of consumption and focuses on the relationship between globalization, marketing, and culture. Her work is published in the Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Business Research, Marketing Theory, Business History Review, and Fashion Theory, and several other journals and edited collections. She is the co-editor of the Handbook of Islamic Marketing (Edward Elgar, 2011) and Islam, Marketing and Consumption: Critical Perspectives on the Intersections (Routledge, 2016).
Regional Explorations: Indonesia and Saudi Arabia
Inspired Cosmopolitanism: Indonesian Modest Dress in National and Transnational Context by Carla Jones
Fashion design has long relied on forms of creative fertilization glossed as "inspiration." This process generates a divided global fashion map, in which designers in the global capitals of Paris, London, or New York are recognized as autonomous authors of artistic expression inspired by global travels, while designers out