Dr Jess Berry

Dr Jess Berry is Senior Lecturer Design History Theory. Her research primarily centres around the visual culture of fashion and dress and its intersections with the interior, art, architecture, new media and film.

Berry’s recent publications include 'Mode of a Modern Muse: Fashion and Interior in Edouard Vuillard's Paintings of Misa Natanson' in Designing the French Interior edited by Anca Lasc, Georgina Downey and Mark Taylor (Bloomsbury 2015); articles in the Journal of Design History, Craft + Design Enquiry, Critical Studies in Men's Fashion and Catwalk: The Journal of Fashion Beauty and Style. Her most recent project is the monograph, House of Fashion: Haute Couture and the Modern Interior (Bloomsbury 2018) https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/house-of-fashion-9781474283403/

Graduate research opportunities

We look favourably on applications to study a graduate research degree that align with our research labsfocus areas, and the expertise of our supervisors, and encourage you to explore the list of opportunities below.

Current research projects

At Monash Art, Design and Architecture, we focus on the pursuit of research that addresses the social, economic and human issues facing Australia.

Past research projects

Additional research