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Business of fashion, textiles and technology (BFTT) awards £1.2 million to fashion SMEs
BFTT, led by University of the Arts London in partnership with some of the UK’s leading Universities, has awarded 10 of the UK fashion industry’s most innovative and sustainable brands over £1.2 million to support innovative and sustainable research.
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Condé Nast launches The Sustainable Glossary in partnership with Centre for Sustainable Fashion
The Glossary forms part of the company’s commitment to becoming a voice for change, and is designed to strengthen and develop sustainability literacy by providing guidance on key sustainability terms and emerging topics.
New survey from learning disabled co-researchers explores what we have in common
The second public survey in our ground-breaking research project to challenge what we know about learning disability is now open, and it explores what we have in common.
UAL textiles students partner with India's NID and traditional weavers
Textiles students from UAL’s Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Arts have participated in a unique co-design project with National Institute of Design (NID), co-developing sustainable projects in India.
Bringing fish skin to market as the sustainable new leather
Thirty two million tons of annual fish waste can be put into production as an alternative to exotic leathers, as new research sets out to show that fish leather is viable to take forward for commercial use in the fashion industry.
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