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Welcome to London College of Fashion

We believe in using the subject of fashion, together with its industrial importance, to shape lives and drive economic and social transformation.

Why study at LCF

LCF has been pioneering fashion education for over one hundred years

93.8% of our graduates are in work or further study after six months (DLHE 17/18)

We are leading one of ten government-backed R&D partnerships across the creative industries

100% of our undergraduate courses include an industry placement opportunity

Welcome to LCF



Students starting on a course at LCF in September can find out how to enrol here.

Student Life

Student life at LCF

Find out what it will be like to be a student at LCF, through student interviews, our London area guides and student work.


Explore our Facilities

Explore LCF facilities, from fashion archives to printing workshops.


LCF Executive MBA (Fashion) Networking Evening

On Wednesday 2 October, the Executive MBA network held a event at John Princes Street as a cause for celebration to appreciate our personal and working relationships. The evening consisted of activities, presentations and networking with Matthew

What's on

Streetstyle: 1994-Now

Streetstyle: 1994-Now

  • 16 November 2019
  • Location: RHS East

A symposium exploring subcultural dress from curatorial perspectives, image-making, identity and representation.

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Our people

Beth Fraser

Beth Fraser

Beth studied BA (Hons) Fashion Illustration and has made a name for herself as a freelance illustrator, working with Vinyl Revolution to create branding and visual merchandising concepts.

Alina Zamanova

Alina Zamanova

Alina is an LCF alumna from BA (Hons) Fashion Illustration and a freelance Artist and a Fashion Illustrator, working on projects under her brand ALINA ZAMANOVA.

Florence Adepoju

Florence Adepoju

Florence received a UAL start-up loan to launch her hip-hop lipstick business MDMFlow. She was a finalist in the Stylist x Triumph Makers competition.