BA (Hons) Cordwainers Fashion Bags and Accessories: Product Design and Innovation students created one-off artefacts and bags which were then styled and photographed by teams of LCF student photographers, stylists, art directors and hair and make-up artists and displayed at Lime Grove for the Joining the Dots exhibition.
Dr. Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Course Leader for BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing has been awarded the National Teaching Fellowship Award. This is the first occasion that a UAL: University of the Arts London academic is to receive the notable award.
Happy 9 December everybody on our #LCFadvent calendar! LCF BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles graduate Cheng Qian is today’s image. You might also remember this shoot from the latest issue of Pigeons & Peacocks and our BA Summer Shows
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Tomorrow - #FoundationForChange beauty sale in #Hackney - all proceeds go to Help Refugees. Run by London College of Fashion Short Courses make-up tutor Oonah Anderson. Click attending for full details.
MA Menswear alumnus Chen Peng is today’s #LCFadvent calendar image. Our internal #LCFMA17 Menswear show is tonight so we wanted to look back at one of our favourite designers from last year. His collection was called Normal-In-Normal, he was inspired when engaging larger sizes with thinner ones in pattern cutting. Image credit: Emmi Hyyppa.
Happy 7 December! With the MA Fashion Design Technology Womenswear internal show happening at LCF today, we look back at one of last year’s MA Womenswear students, Desirée Slabik, and her collection ‘Life after People’.
LCF played host to Vogue’s Alexandra Shulman this week. The Editor-In-Chief of British Vogue spoke to an audience of students, fashion researchers, Vogue enthusiasts, and discussed her new book Inside Vogue: A Diary of My Hundredth Year. From Brexit to body types, we got to grips with Shulman’s philosophy on fashion.
#LCFadvent calendar day 6 is here! Today is the day of the #LCFMA17 MA Costume Design for Performance show at Sadler's Wells. Featured here is work by one of this year’s students, Sy-Yu Chen. Her costume was inspired by the script “The Eagle Has Two Heads” written by Jean Cocteau. Stay tuned to the LCF News blog to find out more about student work, on our graduate spotlight series, coming... View details ⇨
Happy 5 December on our #LCFadvent calendar! Only one more sleep until #LCFMA17 MA Costume Design for Performance students take their final collections to Sadler's Wells. This was an image from last year, featuring the work of alumna Ishita Kulkarni.
Happy 4 December! We're two days away from our #LCFMA17 Costume performance at Sadler's Wells. We've decided to look back at MA Costume Design for Performance alumna Wendy, Wai Han Ho, who originally studied BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring before MA Costume Design for Performance. This is an image from her costume last year.
3 December is International Day of People with Disability, we’re looking back at BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles Embroidery alumna who won Diversity Now! People’s Choice award 2015. She used modern embroidery techniques to create an ‘installation’ for her muse, sculptor John Somerville, who is limited by left-side paralysis. The project was founded in 2009 by All Walks Beyond Catwalk and run in... View details ⇨
We're looking back at Jacob Alexander's new app that aims to change societies attitude towards HIV for #WorldAIDSDay. The Positive Project app raises awareness and challenges the stigma attached to AIDS and HIV.
We’re starting our #LCFadvent calendar with Ying Ying Tey, who graduated from BA Womenswear this year. She brought plenty of colour and vibrance to her Final Major Project, which can be seen on showtime.arts.ac.uk. Follow the series on Instagram: lcflondon_