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Postgraduate

MA Fashion Design Technology (Menswear)

Four male models seated in loose black clothing
MA Fashion Design Technology Menswear, photography by Francisco Rosas Rangel
College
London College of Fashion
Start date
September 2021
Course length
15 months

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.

Why choose this course at London College of Fashion

  • Career opportunities: this course equips students for a range of roles within fashion. Career opportunities include building your own brand, working for a brand, or working in a different area such as trend prediction or styling.
  • Tailoring methodologies: this course delivers both progressive and historical British tailoring methodologies from a team of recognised practitioners.
  • Research staff: this course benefits from an allocated member of research staff to nurture new thinking.

Location

This course is based at John Prince’s Street, Oxford Circus. Find out about the local area, including Marylebone, Mayfair and Soho, in our local area guides on the Student Life pages.

London College of Fashion is planning to move to a new single campus on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in 2023. This is part of a new development for London, prioritising culture, education and innovation, known as East Bank. Some students studying this course from September 2021 may start their studies in Lime Grove and transfer to LCF’s new site in East London to complete them. Please see LCF’s move to the Olympic Park for more information about the College’s relocation.

Student and graduate work

LCFMA17 Menswear Catwalk show
LCFMA16 Menswear Catwalk
LCFMA14 Menswear Catwalk HOMOSENSUAL
LCFMA12 Menswear V&A
LCFMA12 Menswear Catwalk
LCFMA11 Menswear Catwalk
LCFMA10 Menswear Catwalk

Latest news from this course

Facilities

Library, John Princes Street
Library, John Princes Street Photography by: Ideal Insight

LCF Archives and Library

Take a tour of LCF's world renowned fashion library, ideal for research and study.

LCF D&T Facilities

Design Technology Facilities

Explore our outstanding D&T facilities across our sites, including John Prince's Street and Curtain Road.

Mare Street Canteen

LCF Social Spaces

Explore our social spaces, for collaborative study and breaks, across our six sites in London.

Course overview

MA Fashion Design Technology (Menswear) is guided by experienced staff and resourced with industry standard equipment. The course nurtures enquiry and develops professionals who will influence the future of the industry.

The course is one of six which make-up the Fashion Programme.  The other five courses are:

  • MA Fashion Design Technology (Womenswear);
  • Graduate Diploma Fashion Design Technology;
  • BA(Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Womenswear;
  • BA(Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Menswear;
  • BA(Hons)Fashion Jewellery.

What to expect:

  • The course helps students to develop the ability to master complex and speculative areas of knowledge through advanced research skills relative to fashion.
  • Students will expand their intellectual and creative skills through the synthesis of theoretical and practical approaches to design, and the synergy between craft and technology.
  • Students will engage with the complexities of the current fashion market; with consideration of the environmental and human impact of the industry.

MA Fashion Design Technology (Menswear) offers the scope to develop a broad range of innovative design methods through studio practice involving specific levels of manufacture appropriate to fabrication. The course is designed for graduates with a fashion/textile background and also welcomes womenswear graduates who wish to diversify their practice by applying transferable skills to menswear in an expanding industry/market context.

The course offers a particular insight into traditional men’s tailoring and construction but also offers insights into how to balance this with contemporary concepts and technologies. 

Students will develop their work, both conceptually and technically, through investigative research and can access specialist facilities for hand crafted and digitized manufacturing processes within the College's five sites.  In addition to the in-house facilities students will have the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and industry partners to further their knowledge beyond design in areas such as sourcing, manufacture, project management, media and marketing.

Students are supported in developing collaborations with industry specialists and international fabric suppliers, a process that builds important contacts for the future. Students have the potential to incorporate collaborations with textile and production professionals throughout the course.  

The main site for this course is John Princes Street, however students may be required to attend lectures/seminars/workshops at other sites.

Design & Technology

LCF students have access to the Digital Anthropology Lab and Digital Learning Lab. Researchers from the Digital Labs work with specialist technicians to advise and guide students to innovate in the area of integrated 3D Digital Design.   Using diverse production techniques, from couture craftsmanship to experimentation with developing technologies, students are able to explore their own perspectives to form the basis of their Masters collection. 

Work experience and opportunities

Some students undertake work experience during the course and can access LCF Graduate Futures’ expertise to help prepare successful applications.  LCF graduate futures can also support entrepreneurship and business planning.

Attendance

The emphasis at postgraduate level is on independent study.  In addition to taught sessions you will be expected to engage in extensive self-directed research and experimentation and to utilise the library and open access facilities. Details of the contact hours for your course are available via Myarts –http://mycontacthours.arts.local/.

Full schemes of work are published in your Unit Handbooks available via Moodle.

Each unit will be completed over a period of 15 weeks.

Credit Framework

The credit framework conforms to the University of the Arts London framework in which the unit of credit is 20 credits (equivalent to 200 hours of student study time). All credits on the MA programme are at postgraduate level 7.

Organisation of the Curriculum

The Course is divided into three 15 week blocks. The first block is 60 credits and students who successfully complete this block are eligible for the award of a PG Cert. The second block is a further 60 credits and students who complete blocks 1 and 2 are eligible for the award of PGDip. The third and final block is the Masters Project, this is a 60 credit unit and students who successfully complete this block are eligible for the award of an MA. The final award grading is based upon the MA project only.

Course units

Creative and Technical Innovation

The unit is designed to establish and develop your creative thinking and expand on your practical level of skills. Work will develop individually in response to the workshop sessions and introductions to supporting facilities and equipment.

You will evaluate and expand on your existing technical and practical skills by exploring innovative manufacturing and pattern cutting methods that can be applied to future practices.  You will explore alternative research methods to strengthen and expand your knowledge and understanding of creative research and technical processes.

Collaborative Challenge

This unit is your opportunity to innovate and explore developmental processes and engage with collaborative working practices. You will develop your professional negotiation, teamwork and networking skills that are essential in the cultural, entrepreneurial and creative industries. The emphasis of this unit is on cross-disciplinary student-led collaboration. You can conceive of your own project or engage with industry and college-based briefs.

Technical Analysis and Development 

The unit is designed to support the planning and development of your Master’s Project, in order for you to achieve a coherent and original body of work by the end of the course.  The unit concentrates on the development of your studio practice, its analysis and development. Your work will be underpinned by in-depth research and critical reflection on current industry practice and debates. You are required to develop your practice, to analyse, review, and revise your focus in line with your expanding theories within the context of your proposed market. The unit culminates in an oral presentation in line with your Research Proposal outcomes.

Research Proposal

Developing effective approaches to research is crucial for success in your Masters project and in your wider career. In this unit you will explore approaches for theoretically interrogating your practice and your discipline. Throughout this unit you will uncover your research philosophy, defining how you look at the world and your work. You will build and extend your core research capabilities, developing a robust theoretically justified research proposal that you will complete in your Master’s project.

In the process of developing your research proposal you will explore a range of research methodologies, methods and approaches, describing how you will utilise primary and secondary research tools in your Master’s project. You will build a theoretical framework to test your ideas in order to bring you to an understanding of the relationship between theory and practice. Using this framework you will develop research questions for your topic and ensure that the aims of your study are achievable, ethical and sufficiently critical. You will be supported in developing disciplinary specific approaches to your research, discovering opportunities for interdisciplinary exploration in the process.

Masters Project

The Masters Project is the final stage of your Masters’ course and is the culmination of your studies providing you with a space to synthesise all the knowledge and skills you have gained on the course so far. Your project will be self-directed and you will negotiate the shape and direction of your project at the outset with your supervisor. This important final phase of your studies is where you will effectively communicate your work along with your ability to critically interrogate your practice with robust approaches to research and theoretical analysis. Upon completion of your project, you will have generated a high-level Masters’ quality piece of work that will showcase your practice, academic literacy and the professional standards that will act as a platform for your future career and professional development.

Learning and teaching methods

The following teaching and learning methods are employed to support the integrated achievement of the course outcomes using a blended learning mode of delivery:

  • Academic skills, design thinking 
  • Online briefings, tutorials and feedback 
  • Online collaborative group project work 
  • Online Lectures and seminars
  • Online and physical Library and workshop inductions
  • Museum, gallery and other visits
  • Online and physical presentations 
  • Research methods 
  • Online and physical Peer Learning 
  • Studio teaching

Assessment methods

The following assessment methods are employed to support the integrated achievement of the course outcomes:

  • Essays, reports and commentaries
  • Peer assessment
  • Portfolios of work
  • Presentations
  • Student self-evaluation
  • Panel Critiques 
  • Garments/Products 
  • Technical files

Staff

Darren Cabon, course director, studied for his diploma at Boston Technical College, degree at Nottingham Trent University and masters at Royal College of Art. He then formed a partnership with Dennic Lo leading to a 20 year collaboration with their label LO and CABON that developed the philosophy of pattern cutting as design. From 1994, he was designer at Issey Miyake Design Studio, Gianni Versace and LVMH for Kenzo and from the late nineties, taught BA in Nottingham, Brighton, Liverpool and Winchester. In 2003, he started directing masters courses at London College of Fashion with 6 courses across Fashion Design and Technology, Footwear and Accessories.

In 2007, Darren worked with composer Phillip Neil Martin, to create fusion between music and fashion culminating in performances featuring student’s collections at Merchant Taylors Courtyard during the City of London festival, St Petersburg in conjunction with the British Council and with LCF at the Royal Academy of Art. He has also illustrated for exhibitions and shows including Drawing Towards Fashion and Fashion Meets Photograph and London College of Fashion MA shows at the V&A Raphael Gallery.

Matteo Molinari is research methods and collaborative unit consultant and an Italian menswear designer and doctor in Philosophy. After gaining his MA in Philosophy of the Languages and Semiotic in Bologna, supervised by a former Umberto Eco collaborator, he worked as a freelance designer for companies such as Borbonese and Redwall (accessory), OMP (sport apparel), Mihara Yushiko (prêt a porter) and the Futurenet Group (Raf Simon’s former manufacturer).

From 2010 he studied MA Fashion Design and Technology at LCF, and was awarded as Best Collection of the Year, and then progressed into PhD thanks to the Artscom Progressive Bursary awarded by LCF. Matteo’s academic research is focused on menswear and tailoring, traditional handmade crafts and material culture applied to the study of textile artefacts of both Italian and British traditions. As well as visiting practitioner and teaching assistant, Matteo is currently freelancing as menswear/accessories designer and producing a line of eyewear manufactured in Italy.

Changwook Jay is senior lecturer, Creative Pattern Design MA Menswear.

Jay Kang is a pattern cutter, tailor, designer and technician. He has highly specialised knowledge of menswear pattern cutting and production based on varied experience of working as a cutter in higher education and industry. With his great interest of industrial machinery, he provides manufacturing consultancy for students who need support in a studio environment. Jay also produces beautifully handmade tailored suits and he is an excellent fencer too.

Michiel Meewis is visiting practitioner to MA Menswear. Michiel  is a Dutch photographer who lives and works in London. As an alumnus of London College of Fashion, with a masters in Fashion Photography, Michiel was awarded the first place in the category ‘Fashion’ by the International Photography Awards Competition. His photographic series have been featured on record covers and numerous publications including Wallpaper*, Fucking Young! Magazine, Port and l’Officiel amongst others.

Michiel’s practice as a photographer, mainly exploring the changing perception of masculinity within menswear fashion over time, has resulted in his work being exhibited nationally and internationally. He also works closely with companies such as Lacoste, Viktor & Rolf, Heineken, United Nude, Bikker Shoes, Bazar Coffee and Agi & Sam, developing and building relationships to support the student experience in every way. He obtained his BFT (Bachelor Film and Television) at the Netherlands Film and Television Academy with his exam film ‘About Roses’, which was nominated for a Student Oscar® by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the category of ‘Best Foreign Film’.

Sylvia Smith Fuller is a specialist technician for Fashion Design Technology Menswear.

How to apply

Opportunities for all

We are committed to making university education an achievable option for a wider range of people and to supporting all of our students in achieving their potential both during and after their courses.

We welcome applications from people with disabilities. If you have a disability (e.g. mobility difficulties, sensory impairments, medical or mental health conditions or Asperger’s syndrome) we strongly encourage you to contact us on disability@arts.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7514 6156 so that we can plan the right support for you. All enquiries are treated confidentially. To find out more, visit our Disability & Dyslexia webpages.

Entry requirements

The standard entry requirements for this course are as follows:

  • An Honours degree at 2.1 or above in a related discipline. Applicants with a degree in another subject may be considered, depending on the strength of the application;
  • OR equivalent qualifications;

APEL (Accreditation of Prior (Experiential) Learning)

Applicants who do not meet these course entry requirements may still be considered in exceptional cases. The course team will consider each application that demonstrates additional strengths and alternative evidence. This might, for example, be demonstrated by:

  • Related academic or work experience (minimum of three years)
  • The quality of the personal statement
  • A strong academic or other professional reference
  • OR a combination of these factors

Each application will be considered on its own merit but we cannot guarantee an offer in each case.

English Language Requirements

IELTS level 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in reading, writing, listening and speaking. Please check our main English Language Requirements.

Selection criteria

The course seeks to recruit students from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, and welcomes applications from mature students.

The course seeks to recruit students who can demonstrate:

  • a strong commitment towards innovation and research in an aspect of the fashion industry and the motivation towards a career in the industry;
  • an awareness of current fashion and relevant experience in the fashion arena;
  • appropriate knowledge and skills commensurate with the course, including the ability to develop complex concepts, design, pattern-cut and manufacture clothing. 

Extra information required for applications to this course

When you are submitting your application form, you will also need to provide the following pieces of documentation in support of your application:

Curriculum vitae

You will be required to submit a Curriculum Vitae (C.V.) in support of your application. This should include your full education and employment history.

Personal statement

The personal statement is your opportunity to tell us about yourself and your suitability for the course that you intend to study.

Some key points to consider:

  • Make sure that personal statement is your own work and is about you.
  • Explain you want to study the course you are applying to.
  • Try to link your skills and experience required to the course.
  • Demonstrate your interest and enthusiasm for the course and link these with your personality.
  • Make sure it is organised and literate (grammar, spelling, punctuation check).

Study proposal

Your study proposal should be no more than 600 words (excluding research sources, bibliography and appendices).

It should:

  • propose a research question and state briefly your research area;
  • Reference and briefly discuss specific texts and images relevant to your proposal;
  • refer to critical ideas and/or theories that may underpin your practice;
  • set out clearly and concisely your aims for the period of study within the course structure;
  • State the form of realisation/outcome of the study proposal.

Submit your Study Proposal using the following structure only:

Introduction

  • Research question; 
  • State briefly your research area.

Introduce your work and your area of study. Propose a research question (this will develop over the course of your study).  Indicate your area of specialism and your proposed innovation within the fashion industry.  

Background 

  • Reference and briefly discuss specific texts and images   relevant to your proposal;
  • Refer to critical ideas and/or theories that may underpin your practice.

Demonstrate your knowledge of the historical and contemporary context of your proposal. Focus on specific areas or issues that underpin and frame your ideas.  Discuss relevant theories and critical ideas that relate your work referencing all your sources. (you may add images to discuss in this section).

Programme of study 

  • Set out clearly and concisely your aims for the period of study within the course structure;
  • State the form of realisation/ outcome of the study proposal.

Describe the proposed outcome of your study and the methods that you propose to use to answer your research question.  For example outline a sequence of practical and theoretical forms of research that you intend to follow.

Research sources

Give details of libraries, exhibitions, museums, galleries and special archives that you have visited as part of your research towards the proposal.

Bibliography

Keep a full record of all original and documentary material consulted. List appropriate material using the Harvard Referencing System.

Appendices

Insert any additional material that you consider relevant but not part of the core of the study proposal. This could include links to notes, drawings and additional research material.

Portfolio

You will be required to submit a digital portfolio with a maximum of 30 images that you consider would help support your application.  Submit your portfolio via the university’s digital portfolio tool, PebblePad. More details will be sent to you after you have submitted your application. 

You should include clear concepts and edited design journeys, with key development work and final presentations pages plus clear photographs of your garments.  The quality of the work is more important than the quantity.

Your digital portfolio should evidence drawing for research and presentation and innovative visual communication skills; 

You should evidence a high level of research, exploration and experimentation evident in: 

  • concept development;
  • fabric and material selection/knowledge; 
  • construction/technical competence; 
  • ability to think/work in 3D.

Label and present any visual work with care, including dates and captions. If selected for interview, you will be asked to bring garments with you and additional portfolio work.

Making your application

This section includes all the information you need on how to apply and how your application is, and what happens next.

UK/EU students can apply to a postgraduate course at LCF by completing a direct application.

Application deadline

There are no official deadlines to submit your application. Applications are accepted, and offers are made throughout the year. The course will be closed once spaces are filled so we advise that you apply early.

Deferring your place

This course allows offer holders to defer. If you have an offer of a place, but you would like to defer starting for a year, please contact our Admissions Service as soon as possible via your UAL Portal. Make sure you check our Admissions Policy before requesting a deferral.

If you are an EU offer holder, it is important to consider that, from 2021-22, you may be charged International fees, which are higher. Read our Coronavirus guidance for prospective students for details.

External Student Transfer Policy

If you are currently studying at another institution and if you have successfully completed 60 credits in the equivalent units/modules on your current PG course and wish to continue your studies at London College of Fashion, you can apply to transfer. The Admissions Tutor will consider applications on a case by case basis, subject to places being available. You must apply directly to the course via the course webpage as early as possible.

Please check our Student Transfer Policy for more important information and be ready to provide us with your current course handbook and transcripts.

Please be ready to provide an official document (translated into English if necessary) from your current university, explaining the learning outcomes of the units you have completed.

What happens next

All application forms, personal statements and relevant documents are read and considered by the course team against the selection criteria listed in the Entry requirements and Selection Criteria sections.

Depending on the quality of your application, you may be asked to submit a number of images of your work. For this course your portfolio could include: drawings; photographs of realised designs; speculative design; sketch work; process; and photographs. Label and present any visual work with care, including dates and captions.

If the course team wish to consider your application further, you will be invited to attend an interview. Interviews may be conducted in person, via telephone or via Skype.

If you are successful at the interview stage you will be offered a place. Please note that applicants are not guaranteed an interview.

Please note that if you are unable to attend, the College may not be able to re-schedule.

How we notify you of the outcome of your application

The result of your application will be communicated to you through your UAL Portal. If your application has been successful, you will receive a full offer pack including details of accommodation, fees, and other important information.

Application deadline

15 May 2021

We recommend you apply as soon as possible before this date, for equal consideration. We may still be able to accept applications after this date, depending on availability.

When you’ll hear from us

We receive lots of applications for this course. We consider each one equally, so we review them all after the application deadline date. This means you won’t hear from us about any next steps until after this date. Find out more about what happens after you apply.

This section includes all the information you need on how to apply and how your application is considered, and what happens next.

There are two ways international students can apply to a postgraduate course at LCF:

For further advice on how to apply please visit the UAL International Application page.

Application deadline

There are no official deadlines to submit your application. Applications are accepted, and offers are made throughout the year. The course will be closed once spaces are filled so we advise that you apply early.

Deferring your place

This course allows offer holders to defer. If you have an offer of a place, but you would like to defer starting for a year, please contact our Admissions Service as soon as possible via your UAL Portal. Make sure you check our Admissions Policy before requesting a deferral.

External Student Transfer Policy

If you are currently studying at another institution and if you have successfully completed 60 credits in the equivalent units/modules on your current PG course and wish to continue your studies at London College of Fashion, you can apply to transfer. The Admissions Tutor will consider applications on a case by case basis, subject to places being available. You must apply directly to the course via the course webpage as early as possible.

Please check our Student Transfer Policy for more important information and be ready to provide us with your current course handbook and transcripts.

Please be ready to provide an official document (translated into English if necessary) from your current university, explaining the learning outcomes of the units you have completed.

What happens next

Immigration History Check

After you have applied, you will need to complete an Immigration History Check to identify whether you are eligible to study at UAL. Do be aware, if you do not complete the Immigration History Check we will not be able to proceed with your application.

Initial application check

All application forms, personal statements and relevant documents are read and considered by the course team against the selection criteria listed in the Entry requirements and Selection Criteria sections.

Depending on the quality of your application, you may be asked to submit a number of images of your work. For this course your portfolio could include: drawings; photographs of realised designs; speculative design; sketch work; process; and photographs. Label and present any visual work with care, including dates and captions.

If the course team wish to consider your application further, you will be invited to attend an interview. Interviews may be conducted in person, via telephone or via Skype.

If you are successful at the interview stage you will be offered a place. Please note that applicants are not guaranteed an interview.

Please note that if you are unable to attend, the College may not be able to re-schedule.

How we notify you of the outcome of your application

The result of your application will be communicated to you through your UAL Portal. If your application has been successful, you will receive a full offer pack including details of accommodation, fees, and other important information.

Application deadline

15 May 2021

We recommend you apply as soon as possible before this date, for equal consideration. We may still be able to accept applications after this date, depending on availability.

When you’ll hear from us

We receive lots of applications for this course. We consider each one equally, so we review them all after the application deadline date. This means you won’t hear from us about any next steps until after this date. Find out more about what happens after you apply.


After you apply

After you’ve submitted your application, you’ll receive a confirmation email providing you with your login details for the UAL Portal. We’ll use this Portal to contact you to request any additional information, including inviting you to upload documents or book an interview, so please check it regularly.

Once we’ve reviewed and assessed your application, we’ll contact you via the UAL Portal to let you know whether your application has been successful.

Fees and funding

Home fee

£11,220 per year

This fee is correct for 2021/22 entry and is subject to change for 2022/23 entry. Tuition fees may increase in future years for new and continuing students on courses lasting more than one year. For this course, you can pay tuition fees in instalments.

Home fees are currently charged to UK resident nationals. However, the rules are complex and you can find out more on our tuition fees pages.

From 2021/22 entry, most EU students will be charged the International tuition fee rate, although this may depend on your individual circumstances. If you started your course in October 2020  or earlier, you’ll continue to pay Home (UK) fees for the duration of your course. Read more advice for EU students on our Brexit information webpage

International fee

£22,920 per year

This fee is correct for 2021/22 entry and is subject to change for 2022/23 entry. Tuition fees for international students may increase by up to 5% in each future year of your course.  For this course, you can pay tuition fees in instalments.

International fees are currently charged to students from countries outside of the UK. However, the rules are complex and more information can be found on our tuition fees pages.

From 2021/22 entry, most EU students will be charged the International tuition fee rate, although this may depend on your individual circumstances. If you started your course in October 2020 or earlier, you’ll continue to pay Home (UK) fees for the duration of your course. Read more advice for EU students on our Brexit information webpage

Scholarship search

Careers and alumni

All our postgraduate courses offer career development, so that you become a creative thinker, making effective contributions to your relevant sector of the fashion industry.

LCF offers students the opportunity to develop Personal and Professional Development (PPD) skills while studying through:

* Access to to speaker programmes and events featuring alumni and industry.

* Access to careers activities, such as CV clinics and one-to-one advice sessions.

* Access to a graduate careers service

* Access to a live jobsboard for all years.

* Advice on setting up your own brand or company.

Career paths

Masters graduates have an acknowledged advantage in the employment market, obtaining work in a wide range of vocational and academic fields related to fashion. The course provides the industry with graduates who will have the capability to work as part of a creative team as a colleague and an individual. Graduates will have transferable skills for the creative industries including an understanding of high levels of design, time and project management, production and technical knowledge of types of manufacture supported by an aesthetic awareness and academic underpinning.

The course in the past has benefited from constant contact with the industry. External assessors and tutors, leading buying and merchandising teams, stylists and photographers, journalists and editors, entrepreneurs and business consultants show an increasing interest in the emerging talent the course generates. International employers include Alberta Ferretti, Alexander McQueen, Zac Posen, Chloe, Loewe, Pringle, Hussein Chalayan, Roland Mouret, Hugo Boss, Levi's, Givenchy, Gieves and Hawkes, DKNY, Browns Focus, Harvey Nichols, Topman and Savile Row tailors.

Graduates from the current MA Fashion Design and Technology have gained employment as innovators within the broad field of fashion design and technology or have identified a fashion house, large corporate company or alternatively choose to build their own identity through the launch of their own design label. Further employment of graduates has included trend prediction, stylist, illustrator, freelance designer or broad aspects of the creative industries.

Further employment opportunities include trend prediction, stylist, illustrator, freelance designer or broad aspects of the creative industries. The MA also provides an excellent preparation for higher level research degrees (MPhil or PhD), with an increasing number of graduates undertaking research in fashion related subjects.

Alumni

Paul  Austin

Paul Austin

Design Manager

Michael  Hone

Michael Hone

Menswear Designer

Carlota  Barrera

Carlota Barrera

Menswear Designer

Kay  Kwok

Kay Kwok

Menswear Designer

Ana  Duarte

Ana Duarte

Menswear Designer

Shimo  Zhou

Shimo Zhou

Co-founder and head of design at STAFFONLY