The BFC and CFDA have called for fashion to slow down
In a joint statement, the two leading fashion institutions have highlighted the need for change at all levels in the wake of coronavirus.
These are the first recipients of the BFC’s £1m COVID Crisis Fund
Bianca Saunders, Chopova Lowena and Charles Jeffrey all feature, and there are future rounds of funding to come.
The BFC is launching a £1m coronavirus hardship fund for designers
The British Fashion Council's Covid Crisis Fund will be used to help independent fashion businesses hit by then pandemic.
the british fashion council has announced the 2019 newgen recipients
From A-COLD-WALL* to Supriya Lele, catch up with this year’s designers to know.
this is why climate emergency protesters are ‘swarming’ london fashion week
Extinction Rebellion activists are blocking roads around London Fashion Week, demanding the British Fashion Council declare a ‘climate emergency’.
the british fashion council are calling for another brexit referendum
The organisation says that the No Deal Brexit we’re currently facing should be avoided at all costs.
the fashion awards gave 10 new year’s resolutions for the industry
From a pregnant HRH The Duchess of Sussex to a fired up Dame Vivienne Westwood, the winners and guests of the The Fashion Awards 2018 in partnership with Swarovski used their platforms to encourage positive change.
when will the fashion industry wake up and finally go fur free?
The tide is finally turning against fashion's endorsement of animal cruelty in the name of vanity, but there is still a long way to go.
david beckham is now the british fashion council's new chief ambassador
Becks has been tasked with boosting support for the British fashion industry on a global scale – raising the profile of emerging British fashion talent in the US, Asia and beyond.
molly goddard wins the bfc/vogue designer fashion fund
The frilly, fun and fabulous queen of London Fashion Week follows in the footsteps of Christopher Kane, Erdem, Jonathan Saunders and walks away with the £200,000 prize.
why we need to support the capital’s creativity more than ever
After a year of Brexit, deepened austerity and slashed funding, the BFC’s NEWGEN support is vital in helping the capital’s bright young future-proof their businesses. As we follow Pascal Gambarte’s lens in an exclusive shoot, the Class of 2017 talk us...
meet the young london designers selected for newgen 2017
Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Halpern, Richard Malone, Wales Bonner and Molly Goddard are among the fifteen designers selected by the BFC to receive the NEWGEN support for the year ahead.