Kendall is a Programme Manager within the British Council's Architecture, Design and Fashion team.
She curates events and exhibitions across the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia as well as in the UK and advises on the British Council's fashion work internationally.
Kendall has been integral to some of ADF's major exhibitions, including Reconstruction: Cultural Heritage and the Making of Contemporary Fashion and Venice Takeaway: the British Pavilion at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
She is currently touring Dressing the Screen: The Rise of Fashion Film, the first ever UK exhibition of fashion film as well as Gem: Contemporary Jewellery and Gemstones from Afghanistan.
After receiving a BA in Fashion History and Theory from Central St Martins, Kendall worked as curatorial assistant on the exhibition Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion at the Barbican and was a freelance researcher on the V&A and Crafts Council’s exhibition Power of Making. Her experience in fashion archives includes working at Kensington Palace’s Historic Royal Dress Collection and Ohio State University’s Historic Costume and Textile Collection.