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The School delivers a range of world-leading undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of fashion design and innovation. Our students, graduates and staff are driven by values of collaboration, sustainability and activism – shaping the future of the industry.

Undergraduate courses

  • Male model in clothes visualising the tailoring process
    Student work by Wonki Cho | BA (Hons) Bespoke Talioring | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring

    This bespoke tailoring course equips students with the academic and technical skills for a career on Savile Row, within a fashion brand or for a costumier.

  • Female model in hat with glossy strawberry blonde hair.
    Project by BA (Hons) Cordwainers Fashion Bags and Accessories: Product Design and Innovation student, Lauren Jordan. ©Dan Sheung | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Cordwainers Fashion Bags and Accessories: Product Design and Innovation

    This accessories design course prepares you for a successful career as a product designer and developer in the exciting field of fashion bags and accessories.

  • Female model holding shark-themed leather boot
    Project by BA (Hons) Cordwainers Footwear: Product Design and Innovation student, titled Meta Cunder | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Cordwainers Footwear: Product Design and Innovation

    This footwear design course equips you with the skills for a successful career as a product designer or footwear designer, in this specialist industry.

  • Female model in cream and pink bustier
    Work by BA (Hons) Fashion Contour student from an event in 2019 | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Contour

    This specialist contour course embraces technology, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial skills while preparing students for a career in design and production of lingerie, intimate apparel, underwear, swimwear and structured bodywear.

  • Fashion Design and Development
    Fashion Design and Development Hero Image
    BA (Hons) Fashion Design and Development

    BA (Hons) Fashion Design and Development provides creative, strategic and practical skills to prepare you for a career as a fashion product designer or developer.

  • Male model in green tweed with emphasis on nature and plants.
    BA Fashion Design Technology Menswear. PHOTOGRAPHER XIAOHE PRODUCTION ZHOULINSHENG MODELING YIWA MODEL BANZIHAO MAKEUP YANGYANG ASSISTANT GOUJIANTAO | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Menswear

    This menswear course will equip students for a career in menswear design for a brand or to establish their own business, as well as preparing them for Masters opportunities in menswear.

  • Female model in denim with face covered
    Project by BA (Hons) Fashion Technology Womenswear student | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Womenswear

    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Womenswear teaches students how to respond creatively to a design brief within the womenswear market.

  • Female model with gold jewellery on her wrist
    Project by BA (Hons) Fashion Jewellery student, Matilda Ji.| London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Jewellery

    This unique jewellery design degree adopts an experimental approach to craft technique and production methods, preparing you for a career as a jewellery or product designer.

  • Black and white photograph of models standing in a line in a carpark-style building.
    Student work by Chen Chen | BA (Hons) Fashion Pattern Cutting | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Pattern Cutting

    This fashion pattern cutting degree prepares students for a successful career in industry by teaching skills in traditional craft practice and the latest digital technologies.

  • Male model in sports cap and jacket
    Project by BA (Hons) Fashion Sportswear student, Jinwoon. ©University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Sportswear

    This unique fashion sportswear degree asks students to redefine how sportswear is perceived and teaches creative, strategic and practical skills.

  • Female model in pale blue dress with red embroidery
    BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles Embroidery. Student work by Victoria Smith_Hae Nakim.
    BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Embroidery

    This textiles degree in embroidery nurtures the next generation of textiles designers for the fashion and apparel industries.

  • Female model close-up of her face with rope and knit mask detail
    Work by BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Knit student, Katie Zhen Siar. ©University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Knit

    This textiles degree specialising in knit, teaches students how to design and produce surface pattern and texture for fashion fabrics in preparation for a career as a textiles designer.

  • Female model in cream and blue material.
    Student work by Kim Chandra Forgie | BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles Print | London College of Fashion | University of Arts London
    BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Print

    This textiles degree helps students forge a career as a creative designer for fashion textiles through the specialist pathway of print.

Postgraduate courses

  • Model showcasing a Chanel handbag made from unique material
    Project by MA (Hons) Fashion Artefact student, Ken Zu, titled, 'The Chanel'. ©Daniela Amolini
    MA Fashion Artefact

    This unique masters in fashion product design has an international reputation as a pioneering incubator for the creative designers and practitioners of the future.

  • Four male models seated in loose black clothing
    MA Fashion Design Technology Menswear, photography by Francisco Rosas Rangel
    MA Fashion Design Technology (Menswear)

    As an internationally recognised masters, this menswear course challenges the conventions of fashion design, producing some of the industry's most progressive designers and labels.

  • Model wearing sustainable knitwear covering face
    Olivia Rubens - MA Womenswear graduate 2020. 'ITS 2020'
    MA Fashion Design Technology (Womenswear)

    Globally recognised, this womenswear masters is for ambitious students who plan to work for a key brand or set up their own label.

  • Red pointed shoes with toes on a pink background
    Work by Jie Yi
    MA Footwear

    This specialist footwear masters level course gets students to challenge the concept of footwear design and push conventional notions of shoe design.

  • A collage of student facilities and materials for the MA Innovative Fashion Production course
    A collage of student facilities and materials for the MA Innovative Fashion Production course. © University of Arts London
    MA Innovative Fashion Production

    MA Innovative Fashion Production offers a real opportunity for you to play a key part in society's move to more sustainable practice, which involves more than material resources.

  • Pattern and garment design brief
    Pattern and garment design brief by MA Pattern and Garment Technology student, Joana Monteiro Gobbi. ©Joana Monteiro Gobbi
    MA Pattern and Garment Technology

    This postgraduate pattern-cutting degree will develop your skills in innovative pattern-cutting and garment technology to prepare you for a successful career in the commercial fashion industry.

  • Female working in makeshift lab. Dark blue and neon lighting.
    MA Fashion Futures Student, Aniela Fidler Wieruszewska, 2019
    MA Fashion Futures

    MA Fashion Futures places sustainability at the heart of fashion practice to help shape the next generation of sustainable brands and pioneers.

News from this School

  • LCF x LCW: unveiling the poetic nature and intimacy of craft with Eelko Moorer
    LCF x LCW | Portraits of Eelko Moorer on display at Fashion Space Gallery

    LCF x LCW: unveiling the poetic nature and intimacy of craft with Eelko Moorer

    London College of Fashion, UAL is hosting LCF x LCW, an exhibition as part of London Craft Week’s 2022 programme of events. Next up we chat to Eelko Moorer, Course Leader of MA Footwear.

  • LCF x LCW: BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring
    LCF x London Craft Week exhibition at Fashion Space Gallery 2022. Photography by Ana Blumenkron

    LCF x LCW: BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring

    London College of Fashion, UAL is hosting LCF x LCW, an exhibition as part of London Craft Week’s 2022 programme of events. We're taking a closer look into the craft behind BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring.

  • LCF x LCW: Takudzwa Chigaduro for BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring
    Takudzwa Chigaduro - BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring graduate and Carnaby Street Tailor resident 2022 2

    LCF x LCW: Takudzwa Chigaduro for BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring

    London College of Fashion, UAL is hosting LCF x LCW, an exhibition as part of London Craft Week’s 2022 programme of events. We're taking a closer look into the craft behind BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring.

  • Celebrating craft excellence with LCF x London Craft Week 2022
    Unique Direct Chromogenic Photography by MA Fashion Photography Alumni @kasiawozniak, Styling @michela__carraro, Collage by Rob Phillips @robunett, Head piece by @kakyofficial, Beauty @kirsty_gaston, Model @graceblambert ⁠

    Celebrating craft excellence with LCF x London Craft Week 2022

    London College of Fashion, UAL is hostingt LCF x LCW, an exhibition of footwear, accessories, jewellery, tailoring and fashion artefacts, in Fashion Space Gallery as part of London Craft Week’s 2022 programme of events.