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Louisa Rogers


Department: Northumbria School of Design

Louisa Rogers is a lecturer in fashion communication at Northumbria University with an interest in security studies, fashion and digital cultures. Her current research focus is on representations of surveillance, technology and militarism in fashion contexts.

She runs Trendlistr Vintage, a retail e-commerce brand, and completed the Cambridge University Institute for Sustiainability Leadership Accelerator programme in 2020.

She is also a founding committee member of Colour Collective UK, a not-for-profit organization that promotes colour education through multidisciplinary workshops and lectures that incorporate neuroscience, visual culture, art history and psychology.

Louisa Rogers

Her research interests examine the intersections of fashion and security, including, but not limited to:

  • Surveillance and wearable technology
  • Militarism in fashion and design
  • Fashion trends and moral panic
  • Meme culture, conspiracies and representations of gender
  • TikTok trends
  • War and politics in fashion advertising

  • Design Studies MRes December 06 2023
  • Business Studies External Verified Award December 17 2020
  • Business andManagement Studies MA December 17 2016
  • Fashion BA (Hons) August 01 2015

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