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Harvey Nichols Manchester and University of Salford students collaborate on design venture

Harvey Nichols is soon to unveil its collaboration with fashion design students from the University of Salford, in a partnership that will see the graduates’ work on sale at the retailer’s Manchester-based store. Made in Salford is a specially curated collection, made up of one-off garments designed and crafted by graduate students from the...


EIDM partners with the University of Wollongong

Paris-based fashion design school Ecole Internationale de Mode et Luxe (EIDM) has signed a new partnership with the University of Wollongong (UOWD), the Dubai campus of the Australian University. The partnership with the university was devised to offer students the opportunity to live and study in another country and to allow two-way mobility...


Ravensbourne students to attend London Fashion Week

The British Fashion Council (BFC) has selected Ravensbourne University London fashion students to display a mixed reality showcase at London Fashion Week (LFW). The students will be presenting a digital film and physical fashion experience at the event, combining both digital technology with traditional fashion workmanship. Ravensbourne...


Six schools represent future of fashion for Supima Design Competition 2021

The Supima Design Competition returned to the runway on Thursday for the first time since Covid forced it into virtual format. Judging by the intensity of color, playful volumes and variety of textile design on display the six finalists were determined to seize the day as one of the first milestones in their burgeoning design careers. Founded in...

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