Franziska Schreiber

Franziska Schreiber currently holds a visiting professorship at the Berlin University of the of Arts. She has been working as a lecturer in fashion design for fifteen years. Following her studies in fashion design at the University of Applied Science Berlin (HTW) she founded the design collective „Pulver“, which was part of the renowned German design scene after the millennium.

Since then, she has been working internationally as freelance consultant, designer and model maker for Stephan Schneider Antwerp, Costume National Milan, Reality Studio Berlin / Porto and Liebeskind Berlin amongst others. She is also an art director for static and performative fashion presentations, specializing in both
concept and production of various show formats.

In 2011 she was responsible for the concept development, and curation of the Humanity in Fashion Award by Hess Natur, which she ran for a number of years.

Current research interests include the impacts of technology and digitisation as well as fashion education: how we learn and teach fashion. She is the co-founder of Fashion is a great teacher – the fashion education podcast and platform (with Renate Stauss).

fashioning education

Berlin University of the Arts
College of Art, Media and Design
Institute of Clothing and Textile Design

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project leads & editors
Prof. Valeska Schmidt-Thomsen
Prof. Franziska Schreiber
Dr. Renate Stauss

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Gina Mönch
Anastasia Almosova

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