“FASHION COMMUNICATION: BETWEEN TRADITION AND FUTURE DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT. II EDITION”
Joshua is an experienced creative director, consultant, educator and personality. Joshua has a master’s degree in Global Fashion Management (FIT, IFM, HKPU) and a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts (BYU).
Starting his career as a theater writer and director, Joshua became adept at developing his vision on a grand scale in productions staged from New York to Europe. It was with ease that he transferred his creative direction skills to branding, marketing and communications, always with a keen director’s eye and strong business acumen. Bridging entertainment and fashion, Joshua found his passion for cross-media and cross-cultural collaboration. He excels at bringing together diverse artists and creative teams from varied backgrounds to provide clients with one-of-a-kind solutions that lead to plenty of buzz and outstanding results.
Joshua’s specialties include branding, advertising, social media and retail. Clients include: JM, Adornia, Miguelina, Anne Valerie Hash, Andrew Marc, Vh1 Save the Music, “West East” magazine. In 2009, he founded and served as editor of See.7 magazine.
Joshua was a full-time professor and Chair of Fashion Merchandising & Management at Berkeley College for five years, responsible for 1,000+ students and 30+ faculty across nine campuses. In 2016, he developed the fashion design program for Bergen Community College. Additionally, he has taught for LIM, The New School, LIM, Gateway (Telemark, Norway) and as a guest lecturer at EAFIT (Medellin & Bogota, Colombia), ISEM (Madrid, Spain) and University of Navarre (Pamplona, Spain).
Joshua is currently a professor at FIT. He recently developed three courses for the MFA and MPS graduate programs, which he now teaches. Each week, he hosts Faces & Places, featuring iconic fashion innovators.
Joshua is co-founder of QueerCut, a radically inclusive online marketplace. He currently serves as the Chief Branding Officer, responsible for developing corporate marketing, branding and communications.
Professor of Sociology of Culture and Communication, School for Political and Social Sciences, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. She teaches Sociology of Communication in the Laurea Triennale Comunicazione e società (COMES); Consumi e cittadinanza attiva (con laboratorio di Introduzione Media Planning) nella Laurea Magistrale Gestione del Lavoro e comunicazione per le organizzazioni (LACOR); Material and Cultural Studies in the Laurea Triennale Comunicazione e società, curriculum in Communication Management for Fashion and Food (COMMA).
She is the director of the PHD School in Sociology – School for Political and Social Sciences, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
DIrector of ModaCult – Centro per lo studio della moda e della produzione culturale – School for Political and Social Sciences, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
She coordinates the curriculum Communication Management for Fashion and Food (COMMA), part of the Degree program Comunicazione e società (COMES) – School for Political and Social Sciences, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
With Agnès Rocamora and Paolo Volonté she is co-founder and former co-editor of International Journal of Fashion Studies, Intellect Books Publisher (Scopus and WoS Journal)
Her research interests cover cultural and creative industries, fashion studies, sustainable consumption and production
Teresa has a Bachelor and a PhD in Journalism from the University of Navarra, with a degree in Political Science and a lecturer accredited by the ANECA. She received the Garcilaso prize, the Communication End of Career Award and the Extraordinary Doctorate Award. For ten years, she has been a professor of Political Communication and Legal-Political Institutions at the Faculty of Communication of the Pamplona campus, where she collaborated in the implementation of the Master’s Degree in Political and Corporate Communication, of which she is a professor. Her research has focused on the theory of Framing, of which she has published numerous articles and two books.
She has been a research scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science, a visiting scholar at the University of Texas at Austin and a Fulbright scholar at George Washington University, as well as a guest lecturer at the DESS Master’s Degree in Communication Politique et Publique en France et en Europe ‘, at the Université Paris 12; in the Master ‘Journalistic, Institutional and Business Communication’, of the Complutense University of Madrid, and in the Master in “Political Marketing: Strategies and Political Communication” of the University of Granada. She has been a member of the Salzburg Seminar ‘Strengthening Democracy and Governance: Women and Political Power’ and the International Visitor Leadership Program ‘State and Local Government, invited by the United States Department of State.
During the last years, she has combined her teaching and research tasks with the direction of the Department of International and Institutional Relations of Caja Navarra-Banca Cívica. She is currently the director of ISEM Fashion Business School of the University of Navarra.
She graduated in Philosophy and holds a PhD in Philosophy. Professor of Communication Theory (Epistemology of communication, Introducction of Fashion Communication) in University of Navarra. Lecturer at Master in Government and Culture of Organizations (Communication, Research Methodology). Visiting Professor at Itsmo University. Guatemala (2014). Academic Director at the Advanced Program inFashion Business Management (PADEM). ISEM Fashion Business School. University of Navarra. Academic Co-Director at the Fashion Communication Program. Faculty of Communication. University of Navarra. Vice Dean at Master in screenwriting. Faculty of Communication. University of Navarra (2015-2017).
He is an Associate Professor in Marketing at TBS Barcelona. His research interests focus on brands’ representations of the past and more specifically on the concept of brand heritage, the way it is used in the marketing mix and its effects on consumer behavior.
He graduated in Philosophy and holds a PhD in Education and Linguistics. Cantoni is full professor at USI – Università della Svizzera italiana (Lugano – Switzerland), Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society, where he served as Dean of the Faculty in the academic years 2010-2014. He is currently director of the Institute for Communication Technologies and scientific director of the laboratories webatelier.net, NewMinE Lab: New Media in Education Lab, and eLab: eLearning Lab. Cantoni is chair-holder of the UNESCO chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites, established at USI, and president of IFITT – International Federation for Information Technologies in Travel and Tourism.
She holds a PhD in Communication Sciences (2014), lecturer at USI – Università della Svizzera italiana (Lugano, Switzerland). She is an academic coordinator of MSc in Digital Fashion Communication, Double degree between USI and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France. She is a group leader on Digital Fashion Communication Research at the Institute of Digital Technologies for Communication (USI).
Since 2015, she is adjunct professor of the University of Pisa (Italy). She serves Google within Google Online Marketing Challenge as a part of its Global Academic Panel