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Find out more! Last year, 30, people attended across four days of GFW — including industry, media, buyers, celebrity judges and guests — to name only a few! Ensure you make the most of your time at event with our GFW Checklist! Through the years, Henry has been a judge, a guest speaker, has released a range of tote bags with GFW and Primark, and much more. We sit down with henry to discuss his time with GFW, the skills he believes are crucial for young fashion professionals to possess, and his advice to the graduates.

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Check out the full schedule of day three below! From the 23 catwalk shows, GFW Live! Below, check out the schedules and pencil them in! On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, the Considered Design Hub will host a schedule of talks, panel discussions and workshops that look to address the burning issues of sustainability and responsible design and manufacturing in the fashion industry. Meet Mercedes Benson, a multi-hyphenate creative working in the music industry who is a DJ, brand partnerships manager, social enterprise founder and influencer.

Head to the International exhibition at GFW19 to check out the stunning work that has been created by graduates around the world. Discover the universities that will show their work up close in the International Exhibition. Read more here! Chloe joined 6 other influencers at our Talent of Tomorrow campaign shoot in April, and sat down with GFW to discuss her career journey, which has taken her from marketing to event production and now to journalism. Chloe shares her advice for young writers who want to break into fashion media, and her thoughts on the future of print and online fashion publications.

To celebrate the launch of the Tu Scholarship winner collections in Sainsburys, we caught up with one the scholarship winners, Molly Hopwood, whose menswear collection can be found in selected stores and online now!

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Molly gives us a glimpse into her sketchbooks to see how the denim-focused collection, inspired by her graduate collection, came to be. Emphasising the need for ethical and sustainable practises within the fashion industry, Graduate Fashion Week alongside sponsors Farfetch; the leading global technology platform for the luxury industry, have launched the Considered Design Hub for As a plus sized influencer and woman of colour, Rachael is driven to break the stigma around black and plus-size fashion and beauty. As GFW19 approaches, we catch up with Global Ambassador Christopher Raeburn, founder and creative director of his self titled brand, as well as recently appointed creative director of Timberland.

Head to our Instagram to find out how you can win tickets! In the news this week, the debut Gucci Beauty campaign celebrates imperfections, i-D examines how Instagram has transformed the fashion industry, while Susie Dent writes for Stylist about the money language that can help us get comfortable talking about our finances.

This year was the first time we got to involve final year graduates within the making of the Talent of Tomorrow campaign shoot. Following submissions from tutors, we worked with our photographer, Erika Astrid and stylist Jennifer Mertens to select eleven talented students to help create content. Meet the team here! GFW digital editor Megan Doyle speaks with Sul from SulsWorld — a blogger, influencer and Youtuber who creates content on fitness, fashion, lifestyle, self confidence, dating and everything in between.

Sul shares his advice for students transitioning from university into their careers, as well as sharing the most surprising aspect of his job. Erika shares her thoughts on the shoot, her tips for aspiring fashion photographers and her plans for the future.

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In the news this week, GQ presents an examination of the potential future of the fashion industry under no-deal Brexit, Quartz debates if cheap fashion brands can ever become ethical, while Jack Williams finds a solution to opinion that art and design courses produce unemployed young creatives over at Intern. The Talent of Tomorrow campaign is here! Meet the influencers, check out the looks they chose for the campaign, find out about the student designers behind their looks, and see our behind the scenes video from the shoot! Shot by photographer Erika Astrid and styled by Jennifer Mertens, the campaign featured the work of students from across the UK.

The founder of Talent Tin, Shiv Sensarma, shares his thoughts with GFW on diversity in the fashion industry and what can be done to create a more diverse industry. Returning for a fourth year, Gap Inc. To celebrate Fashion Revolution Week, we sat down with model, influencer and artist Jade Pearl — a multi-hyphenate creative who incorporates recycled materials into her art.

We discussed her thoughts on sustainability education, how being environmentally conscious is a lifestyle, not a trend, and her advice for students finishing their degrees. In this week news, BBC new series explores the future of fashion, Fanny Bourdette-Donon shares her career journey, and Fashionista investigates natural beauty marketing claims, while Drapers presents optimistic view on waste in fashion retail. In this week news, top fashion figures share their tips on starting out as a creative, i-D discusses the changing culture around sexual harassment in the UK universities, and Stylist delivers advice on how to stop compulsive worrying.

In this week news The Atlantic reports on expansion of plus-size options on high street, Alison Green shares her tips how to negotiate salary after job offer, and GirlBoss analyses what quarter-life crisis is, while i-D debates if a degree is necessary to have a job in fashion. Where once, sustainability was something of a side line, these days it is rapidly becoming a main event, argues GFF trustee Hilary Alexander. The heritage label weaves its Scottish heritage through the AW19 offering in a thoroughly modern manner, which is sure to resonate with its followers. After 3 successful years, the Graduate Fashion Week Tu Scholarship Programme is growing internationally to showcase the dynamic and global career path that Tu offers its designers.

Eco-friendly fashion has been on the rise over the past few years. More fashion designers are becoming savvy to the increased demand in sustainable clothing, particularly among millennials. Established brands are turning their attention to creating new ethical clothing lines, and new brands are also emerging to compete. The Graduate Fashion Foundation charity is delighted to announce that from 12th — 16th November we will be running series of national masterclasses in partnership with Ralph Lauren.

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During the GFF tour we will be visiting five host universities and colleges across the UK and in total 20 Graduate Fashion Week member universities will have the opportunity to benefit from the advice and information presented. Louise Trotter, will replace the Portuguese designer, Felipe Oliveira Baptista as leading the creative direction of the company.

Trotter has big shoes to fill, as Oliveira Baptista his coined with establishing the popularity for the honoured Lacoste Polo. Fashion has long held a bad reputation for its whitewashed runways. There is a lot more visibility for Black models, but for other Black people within the industry— not so much. Our ambassador Christopher Raeburn is known for his sustainable ethos and ethical credentials. Having always focused on his Remade collection, the designer has now announced a community building project, that teaches his customers the skills of repairing, and offers the chance to meet similarly like minded people.

The Graduate Fashion Week team attended a conference surrounding the exhibition on Friday, to learn more about the ethical ethos behind the exhibition, and why the prestigious museum commissioned a forward thinking project focused on design. House of Holland SS19 related to the women of London. Any woman who has been in a rush, run out of time to dry their hair or felt they had to touch up their makeup on the tube can be held responsible for inspiring this collection.

TagYourTalent is a weekly competition, seeking to highlight talented final year students from our member universities, as they create their final collections. We want to see your journey from week one to GFW19, with images of your studio, films of the loom at work and BTS of your photoshoots. You can post any image that you like, and a winner will be selected each week. During London Fashion Week, Richard Quinn , the designer that skyrocketed to fame after the Queen sat front row, took a new approach. With high expectations following his AW18 show, Quinn used his front row to positively protest against the current governments policies regarding changes to fashion in education.

Johnstons of Elgin showcased new cutting edge lightweight textiles and knit innovations with their SS19 collection during London Fashion Week at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel.

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Johnstons of Elgin is a Scottish cashmere brand with a woollen mill in Elgin, especially concerned with the preservation of traditional craft, and ensuring the conservation of special and increasingly rare skills. The final show, the scuttling to seats, the whispers of excitement, it must be the Gala Show. The most prestigious catwalk of the 4-day event revealed multiple designs, styles and techniques fashioned into the selected designers collections. Each year, we recognise the most inventive and artistic university stand design, taking into account limitations such as financial resources, the visitors experience and the management of the stand itself, including the maintenance by staff and students alike.

Through we have seen a dramatic rise in the catwalk being used as a space for protest.

Here at Graduate Fashion Foundation, the charity behind the Graduate Fashion Week event every June, we're committed to supporting new fashion talent and GFW alumni throughout their careers in the industry. As part of this ethos, we teamed up with Pure London this weekend, to showcase selected graduates designs on their stage.

Whilst the SmartFocus catwalk welcomes the conceptual final collections created by graduates from around the world, the guests that come to see the portfolios have an inventive style of their own.

GFW18 saw some uniquely styled guests, expressing their identities through their clothing choices. During Graduate Fashion Week , we welcomed many ambassadors, experts and industry professionals, to see the work of graduates from around the UK and the world. We caught up with Caryn to hear what she thought about the 27th edition of the largest showcase of graduate talent in the world!