Tim Jackson is a London based academic, writer, speaker and consultant specialising in luxury and fashion. He has worked as a principal lecturer at London College of Fashion and the European Business School in Regent’s University where he developed and lead many specialist industry facing and postgraduate courses. Currently, Tim leads postgraduate courses on luxury, including an MBA in Luxury Brand Management, at the British School of Fashion within the London based campus of Glasgow Caledonian University.
As a writer, Tim has written three fashion books and contributed chapters to many others. Over the last 16 years, he has also been writing about luxury in other media including articles for academic journals and CEO and influencer interviews for WGSN, Stylus, Net Jets client magazine and Positive Luxury. Tim has reported extensively on the 30 annual global luxury conferences hosted by the Financial Times, IHT / New York Times and Condé Nast since 2001. His writing in this period has reflected the global journey that luxury has made and provided a unique set of insights into the strategic decision making within the industry.
He regularly comments on fashion and luxury business issues for global broadcast media, including the BBC (TV and radio) and has spoken at conferences in London, New York, Berlin, Barcelona, Milan, Colombo, Hong Kong, Lithuania on emerging trends and contemporary issues in fashion and luxury.