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Nicole Dunlop

Programme Director | Fashion Business School
Nicole  Dunlop


Nicole’s fashion career began with a degree in clothing and management at Manchester University where she was sponsored by Marks and Spencer, this also included a short spell in Paris at the Sorbonne. She started her career with Jaeger, as a member of their buying team, and eventually moved on to become the Sourcing Manager for Adams.

Having gained a qualification in Marketing with the CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing) Nicole moved on to manage consultancy projects with different fashion brands throughout Europe including Etam, Harrods, Karstadt, La Rinascente, Matalan, Tencel and Wrangler. She organised shows at London Fashion Week and Graduate Fashion Week.

She ultimately became Head of Marketing for the Hunter family of brands (best known for their iconic green welly), transforming it from the historic work-wear brand into the fashion icon that it is today.

Nicole started teaching at the London College of Fashion in 2007, gaining a distinction in her Post Graduate Teaching degree soon after. She has extensive experience teaching at degree and masters level at several London Universities and CIM.

Nicole became the Course Leader for BA Fashion Business in 2009 and was promoted to Program Director in the Fashion Business School in 2017.