Resource | Centre for Sustainable Fashion


Resource | Centre for Sustainable Fashion

The Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) is based at the London College Fashion. The CSF aims to challenge, provoke and question the fashion status quo.

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Members: 291
Latest Activity: Feb 10

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Comment by Maiya on September 22, 2011 at 22:37


We launch our new UK based ethical fashion womenswear label Maiya with our debut collection for Spring/Summer 2012.


Best wishes,


Comment by shailini sheth amin on February 25, 2011 at 21:23

'MORALFIBRE - We are very pleased to let you know that recently we received a funding from the Indian Govt. Textiles for ‘Integrated Skill Development Programme’ for skill upgradation of 5000 artisans in hand spinning, weaving and processing in Gujarat, India.  This is a 5 years programme and we are of course, very excited about it.  This will give us an opportunity to develop even superior fabrics and contribute to increasing earning power of the artisans. 


'MORALFIBRE frees the environment from pollution and depletion and frees people from poverty.'


For our large range of  'Almost Carbon Neutral' fabrics, furnishings and feel well fashions please contact us.  We have cottons, silks and wool.  We are looking for buyers and agents worldwide.  please contact us on,
Comment by Geraldine Fourmon on January 20, 2011 at 16:58

Hi Everyone,

Want to help to launch a new sustainable fashion start-up?

We are looking for an intern to join, get in touch!

Comment by Harriet Whitworth on November 19, 2010 at 14:16
Thanks Deborah! That's great to hear. All the best to you in your work!
Comment by deborah joy barnes on November 19, 2010 at 13:16
Thanks for creating the model that supports this fashionable re-do of a very old and destructive vision of fashion and life. I was there for the Summit of '08 and i am still harping away in the USA...knowing you are out there really keeps me going. Thank you again!
Comment by Harriet Whitworth on November 19, 2010 at 12:55
Are you currently trading as a small to medium sized Greater London based fashion business?
Are you registered as a Sole Trader or as a Limited Company?

If so you can register for free business support and advice

The Centre for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion is currently accepting applications for the next business support programme which starts in January 2011.

The programme aims to help existing and emerging fashion businesses based in the Greater London area gain access to the growing market for sustainable products.

The programme consists of small group seminars and one to one advice sessions and every business chosen to participate will receive at least 12 hours of tailored support and guidance. On completing the programme, businesses will be eligible for a variety of showcasing, buyer and press opportunities, including profiling on the Centre for Sustainable Fashion stand at London Fashion Week.

'The Business advisors and speakers are knowledgeable, friendly and incredibly supportive, offering tailored advice, the experience was inspirational’
Eleanor Dorrien-Smith, Director of Partimi

The next interview days are on Tuesdays 30th November and 14th December. Please note places on the programme are limited and offered on a first come first served basis.

To find out more and register your interest please visit:
Comment by Ivan Dauriz on November 18, 2010 at 20:58
Comment by steph steele on November 2, 2010 at 22:19
Trying to gain insight on your views of sustainable/ethical fashion for a final year assignment. All answers greatly appreciated!
Comment by Harriet Whitworth on September 17, 2010 at 13:39
Thanks for the comments on the Business Support Programme, and to all the interested businesses who have contacted us already.
At the moment the programme is only for businesses based in the Greater London area, so sorry Ida & Kelli! Do feel free to contact us via the CSF website, so we can contact you if this changes. Thanks!
Comment by Sonia Meggie on September 14, 2010 at 20:26
Kenema & Co alongside Inspirational YOU present The First Lady.
In November 2010 Kenema & Co and Inspirational YOU are organising an alternative festive shopping experience called, 'The First Lady'. This must attend event will take place at the Queen of Hoxton, 1-5 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3JX, United Kingdom on Sunday 28th November.
This is an inclusive open house event that promotes and supports products, goods and services targeted at women.
Kenema & Co ( design contemporary clothing using African fabrics made in Sierra Leone using the skills of tailors and seamstresses giving them fair pay for their work. They are also embarking on charitable projects in Sierra Leone in conjunction with the Fifty-Fifty Women's Group ( At their last event Kenema & Co were able to raise funds to sponsor the education of two girls for a year.
Inspirational YOU ( are a voluntary organisation that empowers and supports women and vulnerable young people. They work with women who are at a crossroads and want support and guidance changing their lives.
They are currently looking for up and coming designers to exhibit and sell at this event that represent a cross section of women from High Street to Couture including clothing, accessories, jewellery, home ware and beauty products. There will be live music performances, a beauty treatment by Minx nails (London Fashion week and Lilly Allen), guest speakers including a stylist who will be featured in next September’s Vogue magazine, a nutritional therapist and MUCH more.
This event will also assist them in fundraising to purchase a moped for district midwives to use to access remote parts of Sierra Leone to support women during childbirth and offer antenatal care.
The First Lady will be held at the
Queen of Hoxton, 1-5 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3JX,
from 11am – 5pm on Sunday 28th November 2010.
Tickets £2.00 in advance

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