Dr. Francesco Mazzarella

Research Fellow in Fashion and Design for Social Change

Francesco’s research spans the fields of fashion activism, craftsmanship, social innovation, sustainability, and place-making. He also teaches in a number of courses across LCF. Francesco is currently the lead researcher on the ‘Making for Change: Waltham Forest’ project, on the 'Fashion Values' KE project, and a Co-I on the AHRC-funded project 'Digital, Regeneration and Experience Economy modelling'. In 2018 Francesco completed his PhD in ‘Crafting Situated Services: Meaningful Design for Social Innovation with Textile Artisan Communities’ at Loughborough Design School, funded by the AHRC Design Star CDT.


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