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We are happy to learn about luxury fashion family Kering’s sustainability project with London College of Fashion.

Again, we do appreciate it when the conventional fashion world embraces sustainability in some form, and we were happy to learn about luxury fashion family Kering’s sustainability project in association with London College of Fashion. During the five year partnership, Kering, with a brand portfolio including Stella McCartney, Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen, will award support to students who take consideration to ethical and sustainable aspects in their work, encouraging new talent to keep driving sustainability in fashion forward. We are very excited about the outcome indeed. /Ada Källgren

London College Of Fashion MA - Runway - LFW F/W 2013

Images from London College of Fashion’s MA show at London Fashion Week AW13.

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