MA Fashion Journalism graduate Anelia Eujenny Thomas created a magazine that explores the current feminist movement of today for her #LCFMA17, which is being shown at our Found in Translation - LCF MA17 Exhibition. We talk to her about how history gave her an advantage, architecture in London and journalism.
"I chose LCF… because of the MA Fashion Artefact course. It is a course that combines very high standards of creativity, manufacturing and design thinking. It’s a making course – a course to get your hands dirty and push yourself to create" - MA Fashion Artefact student Gabriel Camelo Ramirez on the #LCFMA17 Graduate Spotlight series. Read the full interview: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Don't forget to book your free tickets to the #LCFMA17 closing party tomorrow, at House of Vans London. The event will feature a live performance by Kojey Radical and music from NTS Radio DJS Mischa Mafia, Larry B and Covco.
"My biggest inspiration is… Naomi Filmer – artist and luckily my teacher on the MA! She puts all her free time into her students. She helps you to leave your comfort zone, so you can be the best version of yourself and create work that you can be proud of." - Anne Fleur Van Der Vloed talks to us about her experience studying MA Fashion Artefact for #LCFMA17 graduate spotlight. Read the full... View details ⇨
COMPETITION CLOSED! We've teamed up with London Fashion Week Festival to offer 2 free tickets to this Saturday's event. Including a talk with Jason Kass, Course Leader for Creative Direction for Fashion at LCF. Just tag the friend you want to bring for your chance to win.
We're also offering discounts on all the weekend events. Type in 'LCF' at the checkout to receive 20-30% off depending on... View details ⇨
#LCFMA17 continues with MA Fashion Futures graduate Elise Comrie, a Canadian native who explored society’s obsession with clothing and fast fashion. She was also one of the 2016 Kering Award winners and recently started an internship at Brioni in Rome.
"I chose LCF… specifically for the diverse 3D facilities and technical support it offers. MA Fashion Artefact is a completely unique course, it attracts students who want to challenge and push boundaries within the fashion industry and the art and design world." - MA Fashion Artefact graduate Jo Cope talks to us about her final collection for the #LCFMA17 graduate spotlight series. Read the... View details ⇨
Thai jewellery designer Thanaporn Sopchokchai came to London to experience the European market and the business side of fashion. The MA Fashion Retail Fashion Management graduate talks to us about her brand Moress for #LCFMA17.
Evans and LCF Textiles students have collaborated on #IamUnique, a project that strives change within the fashion industry through specially made garments that are being auctioned off for Rainbow Trust Children's Charity. The auction is open until midnight Tuesday 21 February.
There's still time to book for tomorrow's Female Image Maker Day with Kathryn Ferguson - LCF MA17 event at House of Vans London. The event will celebrate women working in fashion film and image making, through a series of workshops and discussions, plus a talk with Kathryn Ferguson - Selfridges in-house film-maker. Watch Kathryn's 'Incredible Machines' film here: [ Vimeo.com Link ]
The Found in Translation - LCF MA17 Exhibition opened to the public yesterday. Find out all about the exhibition at House of Vans London, and all of the free workshops and events happening over the next two weeks on the LCF News blog: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Watch the unique and innovative work of our MA Womenswear graduates on Facebook Live for the first time ever for #LCFMA17. This year’s catwalk collections looked far and wide for inspiration, from stereotypes of women in 1960s advertising to African tribes and print. Tune in now!