This London Fashion Week, young creatives are raising their voices to call for a more equal, more just, more sustainable future for the fashion industry.

This virtual gallery presents  fashion, textiles, photography, poetry, film and dance by 24 creatives aged 16-30, focusing on authentic aesthetics, issues, histories and futures which have long been ignored or appropriated by mainstream fashion. Themes include the legacy of Windrush, migration, colonialism and colourism, as well as celebrations of Afro hair and Black and South Asian aesthetics and affirmations of community, roots and culture – as well as demands for respect and genuine inclusivity..

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Scroll to the bottom of the page to watch the panel discussion hosted by Annaliese Dayes, featuring Vanessa Spence, Design Director of ASOS, Fila Blackline Designer Martha Attang, Textiles Designer Ola Olayinka, Assistant Buyer Danielle Tunstall, Garment Tech Melissa Absalud Allada, Creative Responsibility Assistant Sharifah Grant and Fashion Student Cleopatra Thompson