London College of Fashion
LCF students and LCF’s Centre for Sustainable Fashion collaborated with Nike to “Mobilize Makers”.Students from across design, media and business subjects took part in the project. The brief was simple: Use the Nike Materials Sustainability Index (NMSI) as a reference to create aesthetically-relevant, beautifully-crafted products that illuminate sustainability as a driver of innovation.Selected students travelled with Nike to the LAUNCH forum in Portland, USA in order to collaborate and innovate with a variety of organisations.
Central Saint Martins
Central Saint Martins continues to nurture creative talent and strive to establish new, cutting edge programmers such as MA Fashion Media Production at LCF and Camberwell’s postgraduate conservation course. UAL’s courses are delivered by an inspiring and supportive teaching staff made up of professional artists, practitioners, designers, critics and theorists. MA Fashion has an outstanding reputation sustained over more than three decades and is the only course that shows at London Fashion Week on the official London Fashion Week schedule The profile of its alumni as design directors internationally and as own label designers is unrivaled The course offers four pathways of study Womenwear, Menswear, Knitwear , Textiles for Fashion (Find out more)
Kingston’s BA(Hons) Fashion has, amongst ‘a select few, very high performing courses‘ been awarded the Creative Skillset Tick in the fashion pilot, awarded in February 2015.The award recognises outstanding courses and their contribution to the creative industries.Fashion is a dynamic and challenging discipline that is an expression of what people feel and think. It is about evolution and radical change through design, influenced by cultural, social, historical, economic and political change. Designers working in fashion predict, reflect and generate change, which influences the lives of everyone. It is a tough, exciting area to study. ( Find out More)