FAD believes in having dreams, but we don’t do the fluffy kind. We offer a genuine insight into the fashion industry, making young people aware of the breadth of careers available, and helping them formulate realistic plans to achieve their ambitions.

We’re proud to work in partnership with companies including ASOS, All Saints and Karen Millen, as well as our creative community of young people who share peer advice and inside information.

Keep an eye on our social media for upcoming careers events.

Thinking about a career in fashion? Visit our careers platform for information, guidance and inspiration. (Careers button linking to http://www.intofashion.eu/)

Are you a fashion graduate stuck in low paid work which doesn’t make use of your skills, talent and experience? Check out our INTOFashion programme which

supports progress into better-paid, more fulfilling fashion careers. (INTOFashion button linking to http://www.fad.org.uk/into-fashion/)

#fashionfutures2018 – The Industry Panel

Meet our 2018  Industry Panel, and hear about their experiences at Fashion Futures Presentation Day.     Daisy Boateng is International Brand Manager at L’Oréal, and spends her day to

#fashionfutures2018 – The Finalists

We are very proud to present our 2018 Fashion Futures finalists.  Handpicked by our industry panel from over seventy participants, these twenty talented young designers are headed to the FAD

FAD Stories: #FashionFutures2018 – Stephanie

Working on a one-piece made up of both a cape and a top, with two separate patterns, Stephanie’s garment is a complex one. With the help of the professional volunteers

FAD Stories: #FashionFutures2018 – Gokcen

Gokcen is currently in the process of making a menswear jacket with a retro, vintage look and during her time with FAD, has learnt all manner of skills, including how