The industry volunteers who work on the Fashion Futures project are a crucial element of it’s ongoing success. As well as giving up their time, sharing their skills and supporting
Together we can help you realise your corporate responsibility and youth engagement goals. Whether it involves one off projects or long-term engagements we are always open to collaborate.
The young people who participate in the FAD programmes are full of creativity, enthusiasm and raw talent. They live in areas of London recognised for their vibrancy but they lack opportunities to progress despite them often being the inspiration for the trends the creative industry gravitates towards.
Through collaboration we can bring these young people’s fresh perspectives and energy to your organisation and make a positive difference; fostering the skills and experiences they need to compete for a career that will transform their lives.
In the year prior to joining the FAD Leadership Academy, Habon had dropped out of university after the first term and was unemployed. Here she writes about her experience, and how working
We are very grateful to University College London’s MODO Fashion Society, whose 2017 Fashion Show was hosted in aid of FAD Fashion Futures. The society represents fashion enthusiasts around London