FAD Stories: Nurdan Sinal

Dropping out of college doesn’t sound like a good idea, but for 17 year-old Nurdan it’s a chance to start a new chapter in her quest for a fashion career. 

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2015 Fashion Futures Final

Teenagers from across the capital bring London Fashion Week to a euphoric close as 17-year-old Hana Minowa is crowned winner of Fashion Futures 2015.

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The FAD Leadership Academy and Fashion Futures finalists donned their best street style outfits and headed to River Island HQ last week for a guided tour and private Q&A with

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Meet the Fashion Futures Finalist: Hayat, 17

Hayat brings a touch of gothic romance to tonight’s Fashion Futures Final with her black leather and lace design. FAD catches up with the Newham finalist to talk about what made

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Meet The Fashion Futures Finalist: Andrea, 18

Andrea is an old head on young shoulders. At the tender age of 18, she is already gaining work placements with the likes of Ralph Lauren. FAD catches up with the

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Meet the Fashion Futures Finalist: Shalom, 17

Newham finalist Shalom Siqueira likes a challenge. Her piece for tonight’s Fashion Futures final is a hand printed men’s jacket made entirely from neoprene. We catch up with the daring young

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FAD catches up with South London Fashion Futures finalist and St. Philomenas very own Renee John-Baptiste. Chatting behind the scenes with scissors at hand, Renee fills Ivy in on how it feels to

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Meet the Fashion Futures Finalist: Daniela, 17

As the final at London Fashion Week fast approaches, FAD delves behind the scenes to bring you interviews with our talented Fashion Futures teens. Lambeth hopeful, Daniela Silva Velasquez, 17, talks to FAD’s

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FAD Fashion Bee at Parliament Hill School

Last week FAD ventured North to clean, green Hampstead Heath to give year 9 students  of Parliament Hill School a taster of what it’s like to work in fashion.

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FAD Reunion: Celebrating 10 years of Fashion Futures

The FAD Reunion was an evening to remember. FAD’s Ivy Scarlett takes a trip down memory lane catching up with past students and volunteers as they return to FAD to

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