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GFW on the catwalk: University of Northampton and Salford University
Students of Salford University and the University of Northampton have presented their designs at Graduate Fashion Week's (GFW) catwalk show, a showcase of work by BA fashion students with the aim of the event to highlight graduating talent across 26 fashion specialisms from the Class of 2021, presented by the Graduate Fashion Foundation....
Students of Istituto Marangoni Milan collaborate with Supima and Albini Group
Students of Italian fashion school Istituto Marangoni collaborated with American luxury cotton Supima and the largest European manufacturer of shirting fabrics, Albini Group, to create a collection of organic cotton fabrics. The aim of the project is to support, inspire and encourage young product managers in achieving their personal and...
Kingston University presents its designs at Graduate Fashion Week
Kingston University has presented its designs at Graduate Fashion Week's (GFW) catwalk show, a showcase of work by BA fashion students with the aim of the event to highlight graduating talent across 26 fashion specialisms from the Class of 2021, presented by the Graduate Fashion Foundation. The three students from Kingston University who are in...
In pictures: Highlights day 4 Graduate Fashion Week
This year marks the 30th edition of Graduate Fashion Week. Where new graduates get the visibility they need to begin conversations and establish connections with potential recruiters, buyers, stylists, and media. The event showcases graduate fashion talent across 26 fashion specialisms from the Class of 2021. The catwalk shows were visited by a...
In Pictures: GFW Fashion Future Exhibition
The Graduate Fashion Foundation opened the Fashion Future Exhibition this week in Coal Drops Yard, London which showcases the work of the Class of 2021. Featuring work of students of Arts University Bournemouth, De Montfort University, Manchester Fashion Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University, Northumbria University, Plymouth College of...
Polimoda launches new project Talents X Talents
Italian fashion school Polimoda and celebrity stylist Rebecca Baglini launched the project Talents X Talents. The project is dedicated to merging creativity with the talent of emerging young people in different artistic fields. The first installment is dedicated to music, where the students work with artists MYDRAMA and cmqmartina. For this...
Students of Accademia Costume & Moda show final projects of first edition Fabrics Innovation Design Master
Sup de Luxe is launching its MSC Fashion & Luxury Business
The Digital Fashion Group announces Parsons certificate for online ‘Digital Fashion 101’
Polimoda launches music and podcasts for students with ‘Polimoda Sounds’
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