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Filep Motwary

Filep Motwary is an Independent Fashion Curator, a published Author and Fashion Critic, Photographer and Art Director.

Since 2018, he is the Editor-at-Large of Vogue Greece.

He has curated several fashion exhibitions, including SYNERGY: Art into Fashion (A. G. Leventis Museum, CY 04.22 – 09.22) and the blockbuster “Haute-à-Porter” (Modemuseum Hasselt, BE, 04.16 – 09.16) for which he was also the author of the best-selling book with the same title ( Lannoo, distribution Rizzoli).  The exhibition was ranked by Forbes as one of the top three for that year.

In 2019, he released his second book titled Theorem[a]: The Body, Emotion + Politics in Fashion, published by Skira featuring his in-depth conversations with fashion pioneers such as Hussein Chalayan, MET’s Harold Koda, Jean Paul Gaultier, Michèle Lamy, Nick Knight, Suzy Menkes, Iris Van Herpen […]

Between the years 2005 -2022, he has interviewed a stellar list of over 400 leading experts from the world of fashion and the arts, from Donatella Versace, Giorgio Armani, Maria Grazia Chiuri (Dior), Shirin Neshat, Thomas Houseago […]

He honours the position of the Fashion Features Editor at Dapper Dan Magazine for the past 12 years.

Motwary is a visiting lecturer at Polimoda University in Florence focusing on both the practice of Curating Fashion and Art Direction, since 2013.

From 2011 to 2015 he collaborated closely with Jean Pierre Blanc and the prestigious Hyères Festival in the south of France, where he worked on projects with Yohji Yamamoto, Felipe Oliveira Baptista, Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel, Kenzo […]

His latest project is a series of films that he has written and directed for the Cyprus Handicraft Service under the title #craftingcyprus that premiered in July 2022 at Révélations International Biennial of Crafts and Creation, now touring the world.


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