At CSF we offer thought leadership in the field of fashion and sustainability, we are a constant point of reference in an ever evolving debate and we know that new ways of thinking will drive new ways of doing. We strive to spark challenging dialogues and create debate through all our communication, be it a book several years in the making, or a one hundred and forty character tweet.

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    Festival Culture

    Here at CSF we have been thinking a lot about cities, citizenship and the idea of what is means to wear your culture. As we reach the height of summer, I just can’t avoid thinking about how some of these ideas might apply to festivals. After all, what are festivals if not temporal, informal cities to which every wristband wearer is an active citizen for at least […]


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    Last week we were at the Fashion and Textiles Museum hosting our workshop for the Creative Hub, during our lunch hour Dilys and I were lucky enough to be able wander through the rain clouds down to the Whitecube Gallery to sneak a peak at the SCAPEGOATING Pictures by Gilbert and George. And what a […]


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    Tweetchat: #ClothesToDieFor

    After watching Clothes To Die For on BBC Two this week and interviewing the documentary’s director Zara Hayes about the programme, CSF hosted a Tweetchat on the issues raised by the film and the wider problems within the fashion industry. @sustfash, @DilysWilliams and @LCF London discussed trust, politics, values, education, change, and even Marx with a variety […]