LCF works with prestigious companies including Kering and Bloomberg, providing insight and access to emerging fashion talent, and receiving support so that we can overcome the challenges of the higher education landscape.
Here are some of the ways you can work with, and support, us.
- Sponsor a student project by setting a live brief to students.
- Help fund student studies via scholarships and bursaries.
- Sponsor our graduation seasons, including BA and MA catwalks shows and exhibitions, and be associated with the next generation of fashion's brightest.
- Provide us with support on college-wide initiatives like our annual scholarship fundraising dinner and auction, or our Better Lives programme, which has the support of our Royal Patron, HRH The Countess of Wessex.
- Sponsor our popular series of panel discussions and talks, such as Inside the Industry.
- Work with us on the many and varied events we host for industry and public throughout the year, showcasing pioneering initiatives such as LCF's Centre for Sustainable Fashion, our Fashion Business School and newly launched Digital Anthropology Lab.
- Support our fashion-focused exhibitions at LCF's Fashion Space Gallery, Oxford Circus.
- We are always keen to talk to individuals who want to provide our students with much needed financial support through scholarships, bursaries and legacy gifts.
- However, if you'd like to support our students and the future of the fashion industry, we would be delighted to work with you on creating a programme that fully meets your objectives.
More about Fashion Matters
Fashion Matters is the College’s annual fundraising campaign, which started in 2013 and to date has generated almost £1 million, creating 251 new student scholarships and awards. Each year, the campaign culminates in a showcase event and auction, helping to raise money for much needed scholarships and awards.
In 2017 London College of Fashion and Sadler's Wells came together to stage a new event together as two of the UK’s most established and pioneering organisations and future neighbours at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in 2022. Both organisations share a passion to nurture creative talent in order to ensure that the next generation of dance-makers and fashion leaders are supported and empowered to keep producing boundary-breaking work. The event raised more than £250,000.