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FAD is all about real fashion industry experiences and real fashion industry skills, as well as providing the personal support that young people need to fulfil their potential.  Our amazing volunteers make our projects happen, creating a supportive atmosphere and authentic, relevant, content.  Our volunteers enable young people to widen their horizons, achieve their goals and build a future in the fashion industry.

If you’re a creative professional who’d like to give something back, we’d love to hear from you.  We have volunteer opportunities from teaching and mentoring to masterclasses, modelling, events and more – training and ongoing support is provided.  Please click below to contact us about getting involved.

2018 Black History Month Review

For Black History Month 2018, we’ve been spotlighting a diverse cross section of our designers whose identity informs their practice. Dotun Abeshinbioke Dotun Abeshinbioke (Fashion Futures 2013) Owner, SPOT For

FAD INTOFashion Success Stories: Chloe Barton

  Currently working as a design assistant at online womenswear brand Finery London, Chloe Barton secured her job whilst being a part of the FAD INTOFashion programme.   Day-to-day, she

FAD Stories: Francesca, Fashion Futures Volunteer

Francesca is returning to Fashion Futures after a break of ten years – she first took part as a teenager back in 2007. This season of FAD is Francesca’s first

FAD Stories: Jamie, Fashion Futures Volunteer

Jamie, an Assistant Menswear Designer, is part of the team of volunteers from our sponsors ASOS who’ve helped to make 2018’s Fashion Futures workshops such a success. Having worked at