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BAFTA Style Guide: Exploring fashion and sustainability

Bafta Awards
  • Written byJesse Tilley
  • Published date03 February 2020
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For a second year, Centre for Sustainable Fashion and London College of Fashion, UAL prepared a style guide for the BAFTA awards 2022 . Exploring fashion and sustainability, LCF developed this guide to encourage guests to make considered fashion choices and to become a voice for change through fashion. The guide offers various ways of dressing more sustainably this awards season, detailing ways to re-sell, rent and purchase from sustainable designers including LCF alumni Joao Maraschin and Bethany Williams.

“Fashion is fundamentally changing, and the old conventions of fashion appear less and less relevant in a world disrupted by climate, social and personal change, this new kind of fashion focuses on places, people, nature and celebrating life.” - Professor Dilys Williams, Director of Centre for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion, UAL

In 2022, sustainability is a given consideration within the arts, film, gaming, tv and more. The Theatre Green Book was recently introduced, written by the whole of theatre to proactively make the theatre a more sustainable place. The book covers all aspects of theatre from production, buildings, costume and front of house. LCF's performance courses including BA (Hons) Costume Design for Performance, MA Costume Design for Performance, BA (Hons) Hair, Make-up and Prosthetics for Performance and BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion actively refer to The Theatre Green Book throughout all projects and collaborations.as a basis for more sustainable thinking.