It is hard to predict how much the Graduate Fashion Week event would cost because it is charity based so the money going into the event will come from the sponsors. Below are two charts demonstrating where the money might be coming from and going to. AdvertisementsRead more "PRE EVENT // Budgeting and Planning"
In recent years, there has been a rise in the consumer wanting authenticity and familiarity from brands and companies, which has led to the rise in “consumers-turned-digital personalities” (Fashion/Beauty Monitor, 2016). More traditionally, influencers would have been the media, A-list celebrities, and high industry experts telling the consumer what to buy, however, in the past […]Read more "PRE EVENT // SOCIAL INFLUENCERS"
PRE EVENT – SPONSORS 2016 Sponsors Partners 2016 Sponsors Ethical Fashion Forum Oracle Fashion Scout M&S Propress Tu Sainsbury’s Cano Water Asos Bags of Ethics Boohoo Cult Events Debenhams Vogue Talents George Matalan N Brown Group PLC New Look Very.com Barclays Karen Milen MINA L’Oreal Mothercare Ace Hotel London Barracuda Boux Avenue Consorcio Drapers Design […]Read more "PRE EVENT // Sponsors"
In 2016 40 leading universities and 23 international universities were involved in Graduate Fashion Week. It is important that all universities are involved, so that they are can showcase their talent and get the recognition that is deserved. One way that this can be done is for the students to be fully aware of what […]Read more "PRE EVENT // Universities"