I can't believe that we just did that!

Club Member, Ravensbourne, on their Nike + Dazed Masterclass

I can't believe that we just did that!

Club Member, Ravensbourne, on their Nike + Dazed Masterclass

I can't believe that we just did that!

Club Member, Ravensbourne, on their Nike + Dazed Masterclass

Fashion&Business

Run in association with the British Fashion Council, the Fashion&Business Saturday Club gives Members experience of practical techniques and also looks at enterprise skills, offering a broad view of the contemporary fashion industry. Britain is a global leader in fashion and fashion education, and renowned for developing and encouraging new talent. There are thousands of rewarding jobs in the profession, in both the creative and business sectors.

What will you learn?

Fashion&Business Saturday Clubs cover multiple areas and techniques, from materials technology and trend-forecasting to fashion journalism and retail management. Clubs also look at the fashion calendar, and consider ethical issues such as sustainable sourcing and intellectual property. Masterclasses and workshops with top fashion professionals and companies give an up-to-the-minute picture of the workings of the industry and its current opportunities. 

You can find your nearest Fashion&Business Saturday Club on the map.

Fashion photography workshop at Manchester Fashion Institute Saturday Club

Large scale fashion illustration at Manchester Fashion Institute Fashion&Business Club

Asos Magazine Masterclass for the Fashion&Business Club at London College of Fashion

Club Members from Manchester Fashion Institute Fashion&Business Saturday Club share inspiration

Royal Opera House tutu Masterclass

Lee Lapthorne, Fashion Designer, Masterclass

Club Members from University of Brighton create speedo swimwear with Katie Greenyer, Creative Director of Pentland Ltd

Did you know?

Whether you have ambitions to be a designer or want to work as a buyer or textile technologist, the fashion industry is one of the largest employers in the UK’s creative sector. It contributes £29.7bn to the UK economy and creates 880,000 jobs.

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