Our thanks go to all those who have contributed to this project, which has been made possible with the support of London College of Fashion Research Department, and in particular of Tony Kent, Associate Dean of Research at LCF, and of Professor Helen Thomas, University of the Arts London. Kate Dorney, V&A curator of Modern and Contemporary Performance has been invaluable in supporting the film, as have all at Blythe House, in the V&A Theatre and Performance archives, especially Claire Hudson, Jane Pritchard and Cathy Haill. Thank you also to Susana Hunter and all in the conservation department for access, information and feedback.

The Research Department at the V&A have also been extremely generous in their support of this research, specifically Christopher Breward, Liz Miller and Glenn Adamson, and special thanks go to the Society of British Theatre Designers, in particular to Greer Crawley, Peter Farley and Ian Evans.

Concept development and realisation: Donatella Barbieri visit website

Website Designer:  Hui Hui Ng visit website

Website Developer: Adam Jones visit website

Film Maker: Netia Jones visit website

Book produced by Book Works visit website

Research Assistant: Emily Collett visit website

Design Assistant: Claire Suckall
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Photograph by Donatella Barbieri. Object copyright for Sylph costume, from Le Bal (1929), by Giorgio de Chirico © DACS 2012

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