London College of Fashion has been nurturing creative talent for over a century offering courses in all things fashion, from business to design and fashion curation. With over 60 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, and 165 short courses, LCF students are collaborators, and together have the ability to reinvent the fashion industry for the next 100 years.

As well as shaping the leaders of tomorrow, London College of Fashion is transforming the industry from within. Through boundary-pushing research, LCF unites design, science, engineering and technology, to redefine fashion. Its Graduate Futures offer, business incubator, and industry collaborations form a dynamic network to help our enterprising students launch and grow businesses.

Through research, collaboration and experimentation, LCF explores the frontiers of design and technology, merging them to transform how fashion is made, showcased and sold. And with innovation, help forge a global fashion economy that supports our students and the wider industry – now and in the future.

London College of Fashion has a range of research centres that offer unique fashion-tech resources such as the Digital Anthropology Lab, Digital Learning Lab, Centre for Fashion Enterprise and Fashion Innovation Agency.

Centre for Fashion Enterprise delivered the ERDF co-funded project Fashion Technology Emerging Futures which supported the new eco-system of 300 SMEs in London. The project encouraged and supported SMEs to develop their capacity through improved business infrastructure, finance and better supply chains. Learnings from this project will support FTalliance by providing know-how about Fashion-Tech businesses.

As LCF looks towards our move to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, it’s forging partnerships, opening up opportunities, and creating connections with east London’s schools, community and industry. Part of East Bank, a new culture, education and innovation development, our single-site campus will spark collaboration, experimentation, and inspiration – all under one roof.

In doing so, LCF will continue to pioneer how we all consume and practice fashion and use fashion business, media and design to shape culture, economics, and society. And through fashion, shape lives.

University of the Arts London is ranked second in the world for Art and Design in the 2020 QS World University Rankings.