Despite the many challenges the pandemic has thrown our way, students continue to show commitment, resilience and creativity during this time.
Carnaby is a place that has empowered innovation and enterprise throughout the years and is a fitting place for the London College of Fashion to have launched an innovative and creative window installation for their Fashion Business School. LCF takes over the windows of 15-17 Foubert’s Place until 12 December, with a striking digital display of award-winning graphics and content from the school’s recent projects and collaborations. Londoners will have an opportunity to learn and be inspired by student thought and creativity through live interactive screens. Visitors will be able to participate by scanning the QR codes onsite to explore the Fashion Means Business platforms and events.
As well as presenting graduate work as part of #LCFClassof2020 showcase, the digital takeover, in collaboration with Shaftsbury, presents a series of curated talks.
Over the last months, many of us have had to rethink our beauty and fashion routines. And as we once again ‘make up and mask up’, ready for some retail therapy, how many of us are thinking about the impact the pandemic has had in this sector?
There are opportunities to join leading fashion commentators, futurists and industry experts, as they discuss an array of topics centered around ‘The global pandemic and its impact on the fashion and beauty sector’.
To secure your FREE place, book here
Check the LCF website and follow @LCFLondon for up-to-date info.
When: Until 12th December
Address: 15-17 Foubert’s Place London W1F 7QB
Written by: Eboni Addoh