The third week of workshops had the students trying different ways of developing their design ideas – in 3-D, draping fabric on the stand, and in 2-D, with pen and
We pride ourselves on delivering innovative, industry-focused experiences, where young people develop their creativity, gain technical training and increase their transferable skills, including communication, confidence and resilience. We bring together young people from diverse backgrounds, fostering team work and cross-collaboration.
We work in partnership with schools, colleges and universities, as well as fashion industry partners and London’s cultural venues. Our projects complement and enhance the curriculum, opening up potential careers opportunities and preparing young people to succeed in the creative sector.
Our workshops explore fashion-industry specific topics including research, design development, pattern cutting, sewing, customer awareness and careers guidance, as well as wider social and cultural themes such as Fairtrade, science, heritage and identity.
After last Saturday’s intensive creative research day, this week the Fashion Futures students got hands-on with introductions to pattern cutting, draping, and sewing on the industrial machines – all key
The 2018 Fashion Futures finalists brought their garments to life in five intensive days at University of East London. They honed their pattern cutting, construction and finishing skills, overcoming obstacles with