State of Fashion exhibition now open featuring LCF’s Making for Change project
Professor José Teunissen, Dean of the School of Design and Technology at LCF curated State of Fashion, an event in Arnhem, which opened on 1 June and runs to 22 July. A selection of LCF projects will be appearing, including Making for Change – our work with the San Patrignano rehabilitation facility in Italy – a collaboration with luxury Italian brand Zegna. This particular display was curated by Jeff Horsely from the Centre For Fashion Curation.
The fashion industry represents imagination, but also power and responsibility. An increasing amount of brands show that fashion can contribute to a better world, for example through socially responsible production processes or by contributing to a better living environment and society. Is this the new luxury? Below we share some images from the display.
All images by Eve Brokema
- Read more: Professor José Teunissen recently sat down with Claire Swift, Director of Social Responsibility at LCF, to talk about their contributions to the State of Fashion exhibition. We repurposed their interview for LCF news.
- Find out more about State of Fashion
- More about Social Responsibility Projects at LCF
- More about Centre For Fashion Curation