Employers and Partners
London College of Fashion's Graduate Futures team can help you benefit from our student and graduate talent by facilitating industry projects, events, competitions and placements. Collaborating with LCF can help businesses and institutions benefit from:
- Fresh ideas and approaches from new talent, tailored specifically to your business model and objectives.
- Opportunity to talent spot students for future roles and opportunities.
- Access to high level of emerging fashion and lifestyle talent from one of the world’s leading creative institutes.
Celebrating Diversity: LCF students collaborate with PUMA to explore Pride through Fashion
BA Fashion Sportswear students, Jessica Amaral, Araba Dennis and Inbal Erez amaze PUMA representatives with their entries for the PUMA Pride competition exclusive to LCF. The project was designed to celebrate diversity and inclusion as part of London Pride. PUMA visited LCF students earlier this year to pitch the project: design a Football jersey exploring the idea of diversity through the lens of the LGBTQ community.
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 Drinkwater of the Fashion Innovation Agency, Jonathan Chippindale of Holition and Jo Beardsworth and Tina Lilienthal of the Human Skills Academy.
Redesigning The Future: LCF students team up with Microsoft to conceptualise innovative fashion technology
Six groups of students worked with Microsoft as part of our Accelerating the Future of Fashion programme, developing prototypes for disruptive fashion-focused tech concepts over three months.
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Life of Alumni: Emilie Hill launches new student internship advice portal
BA Fashion Journalism graduate, Emilie Hill, l launches new student internship advice portal, drawing from her experiences working with The Telegraph. her platform, That Intern, offers support to help students develop their professional skills and
Life of Alumni: Heather Portbury’s insights on working at WRAP during Covid-19
MSc Strategic Fashion Management alumna Heather Portbury talks about her career journey and working at WRAP during Covid-19.