Five minutes with FF2017 student Stefano!

One thing we’ve truly enjoyed about Fashion Futures was getting to know each of the young people on an individual basis. Stefano’s been a really positive spirit from the very

A Brief Chat with FF Volunteer Namoi

We wouldn’t be able to run our Fashion Futures workshops without the help of our invaluable volunteers. Today we got the chance to find out a bit more about Namoi,

Fashion Futures – Week 8

This week was the last chance for the students to finish their toiles with help from the tutors and volunteers. It was difficult to spot an unused sewing machine as

Fashion Futures2017: Week 7!

We’ve reached the penultimate week of the Fashion Futures 2017 workshops already…it’s week 2 of construction and the young people are super focused. Upon arrival the cohort got straight down

A chat with Patience, one of the FF2017 students!

Here at FAD we’re really enjoying getting to know all of the Fashion Futures 2017 students. We’d like to feature a few people that have really stood out to us

Q&A with Natwest volunteer Anna!

We sat down with one of our Natwest volunteers, Anna Chatsburn, and had a chat about her experience helping out with our Fashion Futures workshops. Anna’s been working for NatWest’s

Fashion Futures 2017: Week Six!

Today was a little warmer than the past few weeks. Spring is here and spirits were high as students finished pattern cutting and moved on to constructing their toiles. This

Catching Up With Sindy at All Saints

Super talented young designer Sindy won the Innovation Award at the Fashion Futures Final  last year. Part of her prize was the opportunity to take up a weeks work experience

Fashion Futures: The Fifth Week

This week, the students had their minds set on one thing – pattern cutting! The students have now been split up into groups based on their designs, but all of

And the winner is…

…an over-the-moon Amy Carter, Fashion Knitwear student at Nottingham Trent University, Amy told us: “I entered the FADxMissoni Competition just thinking that I had nothing to lose. It was a