The British Fashion Council (BFC)’s Institute of Positive Fashion (IPF) announces its first flagship research project, the Waste Ecosystem Project.
Vegan shoe brand nae (no animal exploitation) is a Portuguese shoe brand, born in 2008 and based in Lisbon, Portugal.
It should be no surprise to hear that wigs are estimated to become a 5 billion-pound global industry by 2024.
British Fashion Council (BFC) today announces Yun-Kee Jeong as its first ever London Fashion Week Ambassador in South Korea.
Lockdown has got many of us opting for hair-cuts that mean less maintenance and with talks of a potential second wave, meaning colour appointments and touch-ups may be harder to come by.
British Fashion Council (BFC) is delighted to announce that following the initial £1,000,000 made available for the BFC Foundation Fashion Fund.
Self-funded London based digital startup founded by Nigeria-British Mumpreneur showcases community-based talent from around the world.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) today releases new data from Oxford Economics that reinforces the stark reality of the impact of the global pandemic on the British fashion industry.
According to a recent report published by S&P Global Market Intelligence, U.K. retail sales volume unexpectedly plunged the most on record in March, when coronavirus-related shutdowns took effect to stem the spread of the virus.