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Business and Innovation

Student in VR headset and wearing globe earrings
Student in VR headset and wearing globe earrings
Student in VR headset and wearing globe earrings. @University of the Arts London

Discover how your business can benefit from LCF’s talent and expertise.

London College of Fashion is constantly cultivating industry partnerships and links through consultancy, collaboration and industry projects.

What we offer industry

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    James Owen, Fashion Illustration student in the studio. © Alys Tomlinson
    Access to talent

    London College of Fashion's Careers Team can help you source student and graduate talent. LCF Careers works with companies and partners to create industry projects and competitions. They also advertise placements, work experience and paid jobs within the fashion industry.

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    International Fashion Showcase work at Somerset House
    Consultancy and partnership opportunities

    Our partnerships with international organisations support cultural, economic and social development globally.

  • LCF's Fashion Matters gala dinner and auction tables set for the evening in basement of Victoria House in Bloomsbury
    LCF's Fashion Matters gala dinner and auction tables set for the evening in basement of Victoria House in Bloomsbury. 2016
    Corporate sponsorship

    By sponsoring LCF scholarships, degree shows and events, businesses gain access and insight into one of the world's top ranking fashion institutions and raise their profile in the fashion education sector.

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    Short courses for business

    Our short courses offer bespoke training to groups and individuals in fashion business, design and retail.

Industry stories

What we offer graduates and alumni

  • Model with hair in bunches and wearing a Marta Jakubowski coat, on the catwalk
    Centre for Fashion Enterprise  

    Emerging brands and SMEs can apply for support programmes through our fashion incubator Centre for Fashion Enterprise.

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    FIA 3D Scanner PictoFit @Charli Cohen @FIA
    Fashion Innovation Agency  

    Our Fashion Innovation Agency pairs emerging brands with technology companies in order to nurture exciting progress in the field of fashion tech.

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    Students listening at "(Re)distributed Media - Leakage". Graphic Media Design. @Mateo Lopez 2018
    Student Enterprise

    The Student Enterprise Team supports students and graduates who have an enterprising and entrepreneurial mind-set and who wish to become self-employed whist studying at or after graduating.

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    The Fashion District  

    The Fashion District is where fashion, tech, business and education, compete, collaborate and innovate – to develop new products and processes, foster talent and create new jobs – strengthening London’s position at the forefront of the global fashion industry.

  • Collaborative Unit work by Pretty Loud - Casper Oliver, Vipanci Bajaj, Syeti Agarwal, Brodie Taberner, Jasmine De Silva, Aloma Barnes, and Anisha Chopra
    Collaborative Unit work by Pretty Loud - Casper Oliver, Vipanci Bajaj, Syeti Agarwal, Brodie Taberner, Jasmine De Silva, Aloma Barnes, and Anisha Chopra
    Collaborative Challenge

    Collaborative Challenge is a unique, first of its kind opportunity for London College of Fashion postgraduate students to collaborate across disciplines and work with industry partners.

  • Mfundo Mahlangu from BA Cordwainers Footwear- Product Design and Innovation; Photographer Alys Tomlinson
    Mfundo Mahlangu from BA Cordwainers Footwear- Product Design and Innovation; Photographer Alys Tomlinson
  • Presentation of Forest Coats as part of Making for Change: Waltham Forest
    Presentation of Forest Coats as part of Making for Change: Waltham Forest.
    Better Lives

    Better Lives is a term we use at London College of Fashion to describe the work we do that uses fashion as a discipline to drive change, build a sustainable future and improve the way we live

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    Birds eye view of the Here East Innovation Hub. From the East London Inclusive Enterprise Zone (ELIEZ).
    ELIEZ  

    ELIEZ is an accessible, specially designed, community for entrepreneurs, business leaders and design thinkers who are disabled or whose work focuses on disabled people.