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This group features fashion, textiles, design and related intitutions which are running courses and modules relevant to fashion and sustainability. Interested in studying sustainable fashion? Use this group to find the course for you.

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LCF or NTU?

Started by Ishwari Vijay Thopte. Last reply by RAJ SINGH BANGA Sep 9, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by Ranganathan on July 24, 2012 at 5:04

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Comment by Ethical Fashion Forum on October 5, 2011 at 12:36
We would like to offer your students the opportunity to visit the Ethical Fashion Forum's SOURCE Expo for a greatly reduced rate.

The EFF SOURCE Expo: 17th-18th October, Sadler's Wells, London, EC1R 4TN.
The SOURCE Expo showcases inspirational suppliers and manufacturers from all over the world, working to fair trade, ethical and organic standards, linking them directly with hundreds of designers, retailers and brands. Now in its third season, the event includes a programme of seminars, introducing new products and exemplary supply and production systems, a Designer Pavilion showcasing some of the most inspirational design led fashion from around the world, a trends area and more.
We at the EFF are keen to involve students in the development of the sustainable fashion industry. For this reason we are offering a wonderful opportunity to visit the SOURCE Expo at a greatly reduced rate. We can offer a Student Package of 10 student tickets for only £50. (Usual price is £15 per student). With each student package purchased  we will admit one tutor free of charge. In return we ask only that you promote this offer throughout your student network.
So if your students can get into groups of 10 and purchase their tickets together this would be a wonderful chance to expand their knowledge of the sustainable fashion industry. 
Please Note: these tickets are only valid for Monday 17th October, and do not include access to seminars, tickets for which must be purchased separately. 
For more information on the SOURCE Expo please visit our website: http://www.ethicalfashionforum.com/source-expo-2011
To purchase the Student Package please visit this page: http://www.ethicalfashionforum.com/expo-group-discount

This offer is part of our soon to launch a University and College partnership programme, aiming to provide students with affordable access to the SOURCE Platform, including the SOURCE Intelligence: the world's leading source of sustainable fashion business intelligence, and the SOURCE Database: the world's most comprehensive ethical sourcing and business database for the fashion sector. If you feel your students would benefit from this please drop by the SOURCE Membership Lounge at the Expo to discuss the options further.

Many Thanks, look forward to seeing you at the Expo!
Lily Markham
Source Expo Visitor Liaison
Ethical Fashion Forum
Comment by steph steele on August 3, 2011 at 14:47

Hallo. I've just been accepted on the MA Fashion and the Environment course at London College of Fashion and my decision to accept falls on whether I can get enough funding. Does anyone know of any organisations, charities, brands etc that offer scholarships or bursaries? I'm currently leaning towards my study proposal involving research in to waste reduction and using innovative pattern cutting to create sculptural and wearable pieces that will last season after season. Any advice or links or contacts greatly appreciated. I have 3 weeks to make my decision!

Comment by Sommer Currie on March 10, 2011 at 9:31

The day is finally here Obscure Prowess Fashion Fashion, Parker Mcmillan not being the easiest venue to find please plan you route, so that you don't miss out on the free drinks reception...

Tickets still available on-line www.clubtickets.com under obscure prowess see you there x

Comment by Fashion Antidote on February 7, 2011 at 12:48

Fashion Antidote is a small independent fashion school and studio based just off Brick Lane. Our emphasis is on skill building, specialising in courses and workshops for professional fashion, including fashion business and design.  

 

Skill Building

Our small informal classes take place in the Brick Lane studio, a relaxed and friendly space. Aimed at those within the industry wishing to change roles or advance their skills, or at graduates wanting to gain more technical roles or add to their portfolio, our courses offer an accessible way to update knowledge and achieve more.

 

Experienced tuition

Fashion Antidote is the brainchild of Susan Backhouse, former fashion designer, consultant, retailer and businesswoman. Susan ran a successful fashion label throughout the 80’s and 90’s, retailing from a central London outlet and wholesaling her collections around the world, and has many years experience in education as a senior lecturer at various top universities. This experience led Susan to start Fashion Antidote in 2009, to fill a gap she identified in fashion education, teaching professional level skills and knowledge.

 

All our tutors are practising professionals and highly competent in their field, some have their own labels, have worked with leading designers, or teach at well-known colleges and universities in and around London, which allows for Fashion Antidote to deliver top quality tuition. Our experienced tutors can assist students with insider information, priceless contacts, tips and techniques, and give their work a professional finish and head start in the industry.

 

Our courses run in daytime, evening and weekend slots, and are the perfect solution to a busy schedule. With one-to-one tutoring, available studio space and intensive courses, students have access to the time and support they need.

We offer a wide range of classes, courses and workshops covering all creative and practical fashion subjects, including:

 

 

●      Garment Construction

●      Pattern Cutting

●      Fabric Knowledge

●      Tailoring

●      Corsetry

 

●      Fashion Design

●      Fashion Styling

●      Fashion Drawing and Illustration

●      Fashion Business

●      P.R. and Marketing

 

For further information contact:

Fashion Antidote

Unit F, 23 Heneage Street.

London E15LJ.

www.fashionantidote.com

mail@fashionantidote.com

Tel: 0798574809 / 02073573235

Comment by Carmel Gardner on December 6, 2010 at 18:40
Hi everyone, I am a new Textiles teacher and am planning my courses for students aged 15-18yrs starting next year. I would love to hear from any who can share some insight to new ideas to get kids inspired. thanks
Comment by Julia Roebuck on July 9, 2010 at 11:22
Sounds great Clara! Will be a perfect discussion topic for my MA research - i'll see you there!
Comment by Clara Vuletich on July 9, 2010 at 11:12
Sustainable Design in the Real World is just an Educators Fantasy.....Discuss!

As a designer, do you believe that sustainable design is the right approach? As an educator, are you embedding sustainability into your teaching? But, have you ever had any (secret) doubts about the viability of this approach in the real world?

Please join us for an event at Chelsea College of Art & Design on Friday 16th July, 2-4pm, that addresses some of these issues. This debate, with its provocative contention is intended to air many of the counter- arguments associated with sustainable design, that are often unspoken.

What argument could there possibly be against apple pie and mother ? Well, apple pie can make you fat and mother can make you guilty......

Just turn up to Chelsea on Friday afternoon, after viewing the Texprint graduates’ work earlier and sit in the cool at 2.00pm for some more fresh thinking!

For more information, see the TED blog:
http://www.textilesenvironmentdesign.blogspot.com/
Comment by Julia Roebuck on July 7, 2010 at 15:39
I am a student at the London College of Fashion studying MA Fashion and the Environment. I know of the MA Ethical Fashion at Epsom and an MA in sustainable design at Brighton, but is this it as far as a creative arts and sustainability practice goes? If you are a student or tutor of others please get in touch!
Comment by Fashioning an Ethical Industry on May 18, 2010 at 16:23
Are you a student, tutor, desginer or supplier based in Scotland?

Fashioning an Ethical Industry are pleased to announce that we have been successful in our application to the Department for International Development for a grant to support the development of a Scottish Ethical Fashion Education Network. From September 2010 FEI will be working with Scottish universities and colleges to establish a network of tutors and students interested in teaching, learning and sharing about ethics in the fashion industry.

Join the new Scottish Network group to find out more and be kept updated on the project: http://ethicalfashionforum.ning.com/group/scottishnetwork
OR see the FEI website:
http://fashioninganethicalindustry.org/newsandevents/News+text/scot...
 

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