Jennifer Daley



International Conferences


Jennifer has earned the following credentials.

PhD candidate, The Department of War Studies, The School of Social Science and Public Policy, King's College, University of London, London, 2017 (anticipated completion)

  • Supervisor: Andrew Lambert
  • Thesis title: "The Fabric of Maritime Power: The Integral Role of Royal Navy Sailor Uniform in the Military and Cultural Expansion of the British Empire"
Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice in Higher Education (PGCAP in HE) awarded by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) through The Learning Institute at King's College, University of London, London, 2013
  • Awarded the title of Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Final research paper title: "An Inter-Disciplinary Approach to the Study of War: Teaching Military History through the Lens of Economic History, Social and Cultural History, Art History, Fashion History, Literature, and Film"

MA in Art History, The Department of Dress History, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, London, 2007

  • Supervisor: Aileen Ribeiro
  • Dissertation title: "Uniforms and Uniformity: The Development of British Royal Navy Sailor Uniform and Its Influence on Civilian Fashion in Victorian England, 1846-1901"

Higher Diploma, Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) certification in Millinery, The Department of Fashion, Kensington and Chelsea College, London, 2006

  • Final research paper title: "The Relationship between War and Fashion: The Effect of 20th Century War on the Availability of Materials and Textiles for Millinery Design"
  • Worked in the studio of royal milliner Philip Somerville, making hats for the Queen, other royalty and socialites, especially for the Ascot racing season, 2006
  • Worked in the studio of milliner Noel Stewart, in preparation for his catwalk show during London Fashion Week 2006. Assisted with the creation of haute couture headpieces that were contracted for designers including Jenny Packham, Roland Mouret, Roksanda Ilincic, and Erdem.

MA in International Relations, The Department of War Studies, The School of Social Science and Public Policy, King's College, University of London, London, 2004

  • Supervisor: Vivienne Jabri
  • Dissertation title: "Can Free Trade Prevent War? A Study of Liberal Internationalism, Idealism, and the International Political Economics of the Inter-War Period, 1919-1939"

The Department of Fashion and Merchandising, Canada College, Redwood City, California, United States, 2000-2003

  • While working 50+ hour workweeks as an international business consultant based in San Francisco, Jennifer studied fashion in the evenings and on the weekends, maintaining a perfect 4.0 grade point average, fulfilling two full years' of university coursework (i.e., 60 credits), including the following courses:
  • Flat pattern design, moulage/French pattern drafting, trouser pattern drafting and construction, bustier pattern drafting and construction, fashion draping, advanced tailoring, techniques of fit, ready-to-wear pattern replication (woven and knitted garments), image and trend analysis, fashion industry and merchandising, costume history, design and development of historical costume, introduction to the costume industry, millinery, interior sewing for the home, serging, fabric embellishment, fashion illustration, portfolio development, small business development

BA with a major in English Literature and a minor in History, The College of Liberal Arts, The University of Texas at Austin, United States, 1987

Email: jennifer [at] jenniferdaley [dot] com
Telephone: +44 (0) 7801 798 388