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Graduate School students to launch virtual fashion space at London Fashion Week

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mcorcoran
Published date
14 January 2014
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Kristina Von Oertzen of Shopping Spy advises students on their proposals for a virtual fashion space to be launched during London Fashion Week

Yesterday saw the next stage in an exciting industry project with consultancy and support from two fashion business figures.

Fashion blogger, Kristina Von Oertzen of Shopping Spy, and Jonathan Chippindale, CEO of technology innovation experts Holition, have invited graduate school students to propose their own virtual fashion space which will promote LCF’s MA students during London Fashion Week.

Last night, students met with Jonathan and Kristina to talk through their proposals and receive their professional advice on how to truly create a buzz about LCF’s talent during London Fashion Week.

Selected ideas will be put into production by Jonathan and Kristina and will be launched on Kristina’s My Shopping Spy blog page, with students receiving mentoring from these fashion business innovators.

More will be revealed in the coming weeks as the students put their plans to action.

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