Judith Clark is a British curator and fashion exhibition maker and currently Professor of Fashion and Museology at University of the Arts London, where she co-directs the Centre for Fashion Curation. In 1997 Clark opened the first experimental gallery of fashion in London. Since then she has curated some 40 fashion exhibitions including Chloé. ATTITUDES, Anna Piaggi: Fashion-ology, and Spectres: When Fashion Turns Back. Commissioning museums include the V&A in London, ModeMuseum in Antwerp and Palazzo Pitti in Florence. In 2015 she curated and designed the inaugural exhibition at La Galerie Louis Vuitton in Asnières, while in 2018 she created the Fashion Inside and Out exhibition for the inaugural Homo Faber in Venice. Clark lectures internationally on issues of dress display.