London College of Fashion launches Carnaby windows promotion
Making use of empty retail window space in a high-profile location has given the London College of Fashion (LCF) and property giant Shaftesbury a beneficial opportunity to collaborate.
LCF has launched window installations for its Fashion Business School at 15-17 Foubert’s Place on London famous shopping lane Carnaby until 12 December.
The displays feature award-winning graphics and content from the school’s recent projects and collaborations. Visitors will be able to scan QR codes on-site to further explore the college’s ‘Fashion Means Business’ platforms and events.
Professor Roni Brown, Head of College at LCF, said: “With our long-standing partner Shaftesbury [we are] showcasing the work of our incredibly talented Fashion Business School graduates.
“Covid-19 has made our world and our communities feel exceptionally fragile but students have been responding with resilience and creativity, finding new ways to combine physical work with online projects, and creating blended digital experiences”.
Brown added: “Not only will you be able to see the work of our graduates online but also in digital displays in the heart of London in Carnaby. Join us to find out how the next generation of fashion professionals are building the future of the industry in response to recent events as they continue to unfold”.
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