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London College of Fashion is a world leading centre for fashion education. Part of University of the Arts London (UAL).

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London College of Fashion is a world leading centre for fashion education. Part of University of the Arts London (UAL).

    Careers in Fashion: Finance & Franchising with the Federation of Small Businesses

    Careers in Fashion: Finance & Franchising with the Federation of Small Businesses

    Description: Joining the team on this Employability and Enterprise special episode of Careers in Fashion are representatives from the Federation of Small Businesses and Johnny Martin experienced Finance Director - finance and start-up experts. Listen in to hear how your business plan can dictate your funding opportunities, how to evaluate your business worth and what it means to franchise your company. This session will explore what you need to know about sourcing funding for your start-up!

    • 43 min
    Sartorial Stories - Madeleine Macey

    Sartorial Stories - Madeleine Macey

    Created and presented by Susanna Cordner, Senior Research Fellow: Archives at LCF, Sartorial Stories is our In Conversation series in which Susanna interviews leading figures from the fashion industry and invites them to bring in one item from their work or from their wardrobe.

    In this episode, Susanna interviews Madeleine Macey, Chief Marketing Officer at Liberty. Madeleine tells us all about the journey of her career, starting with a huge fashion faux pas to becoming Chief Marketing Officer at 'The world's largest start-up.'

    • 39 min
    Careers in Fashion: Industry Placement Advice

    Careers in Fashion: Industry Placement Advice

    This episode the Graduate Futures team are joined by LCF students Monica, Nadine, Emmie and Paul, all who completed work experience or placement years as part of their course. Learn about the placement process, how to manage your work load, budgeting whilst in industry and top tips for professionalism in the workplace. The information included will be of use to anyone considering undertaking a placement year or short term work experience.

    Visit LCF Graduate Futures to find out what we do: www.arts.ac.uk/fashion/lcf-student-careers
    LCF Careers Live: bit.ly/LCFCareersLive

    • 34 min
    Faith & Fashion: Fashion, Culture, and Saudi Arabia Vision 2030, at Saudi Design Week

    Faith & Fashion: Fashion, Culture, and Saudi Arabia Vision 2030, at Saudi Design Week

    LCF’s Professor Reina Lewis takes Faith & Fashion to Saudi Design Week, 8 November 2019. As the Saudi government’s Vision 2030 brings more Saudi women into the workplace, Reina is joined by Dr Eiman Elgibreen to discuss how women’s workwear is changing and how designers can contribute to women’s comfort at work in the context of Saudi Arabian and regional codes of modest dress and behavior.

    Discover more on the Faith and Fashion page: bit.ly/33fFKjJ

    • 31 min
    Sartorial Stories: Stephanie Wood

    Sartorial Stories: Stephanie Wood

    Created and presented by Susanna Cordner, Senior Research Fellow: Archives at LCF, Sartorial Stories is our In Conversation series in which Susanna interviews leading figures from the fashion industry and invites them to bring in one item from their work or from their wardrobe.

    In this episode, Susanna chats with Stephanie Wood, Co-Curator of the current Mary Quant exhibition at V&A. They discuss the role of the curator and Stephanie’s own love of vintage clothing and ways she associates her clothes with aspects of her life such as her identity as a northerner, living in the south.

    • 58 min
    Sartorial Stories: Maria Chenoweth, CEO of Traid

    Sartorial Stories: Maria Chenoweth, CEO of Traid

    Created and presented by Susanna Cordner, Senior Research Fellow: Archives at LCF, Sartorial Stories is our In Conversation series in which Susanna interviews leading figures from the fashion industry and invites them to bring in one item from their work or from their wardrobe.

    In this episode, Susanna interviews Maria Chenoweth, CEO of TRAID, a charity working to stop clothes from being thrown away. Maria leads TRAID’s operations, vision and future development with an essential priority on educating people of all ages about the impacts of textiles on the environment and people’s lives, and how we can make more sustainable choices.

    • 35 min

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