Through a variety of projects, we work toward changing the fashion status quo. The projects start from many an idea, proposal, brief, or challenge and are led by our expert team. Our projects explore how knowledge exchange, education, and research can work in practice. Often collaborating with external organisations, brands, and institutions.
Explore our current projects below, if you're looking for previous projects from CSF, visit Archive Projects.
Art for the Environment Residency Programme
An international artist-in-residence programme for UAL graduates to explore concerns that define the 21st century: biodiversity, environmental sustainability, social economy and human rights.
BFTT Remodelling Fashion
Re-Modelling Fashion engages researchers and industry practitioners in a transformation design process to co-create products and business models of ecological, social and economic value.
Dress for Our Time
Dress For Our Time, uses the power of fashion to communicate climate change and the mass displacement of people. The dress is created out of a decommissioned UNHCR refugee tent from Zaatari Camp, Jordan.
Fashion Education for Sustainability: Kering
The LCF x Kering five-year partnership was formed in 2014 based on a shared vision to recognise sustainability as the greatest creative challenge and imperative of our time.
Fashion Futures 2030
Fashion Futures 2030 (FF2030) has been created and realised using film, text and ideation toolkits. The project invites audiences to imagine how fashion practices can contribute to ways to live well together in nature.
Fashion in a Changing World
Our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) gives learners an introduction to sustainable fashion design, research, and business practice. Supported by luxury fashion group Kering.
FashionSEEDS, explores what a transformed education system in Fashion Design for Sustainability could look like. The project aims to develop a holistic framework to embed sustainability into higher education fashion design.
Fostering Sustainable Practices
The FSP project investigates the creative practice in fashion design-led micro and small enterprises (MSEs) as a potential driver for change towards a more sustainable future.
Harvest: 70 x 7 The Meal
A participatory public artwork gathering communities across Peterborough to collaborate and celebrate locally sourced food and to better understand its significance to the cultural heritage of the city.
Making for Change: Waltham Forest
A programme of activities in relation to education, manufacturing and community engagement, aimed at creating positive change and activate legacies within the community.
The Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion
The Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion was launched in 2014 as part of a five-year partnership between Kering and the London College of Fashion.
Zaatari Action seeks to create new opportunities through knowledge exchange and to research counter narratives for fashion’s use and for design to play an activist role in creating change.