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The 20th century influenced the fashion industry in many ways. Here are five unforgettable fashion moments that defined popular culture during their time, and continue to leave a long-lasting legacy in today’s fashion industry.
Earlier this year, LCCA was honoured to have Ted Baker women’s design manager, Michelle Evatt, deliver an industry guest speaker event live at The Gallery. Michelle recently took time out of her busy schedule to give LCCA an exclusive interview, answering some of our students’ burning questions.
Last month brought the bi-annual London Fashion Week, presenting the Autumn/Winter 2016 collections from high end designers and high street stores. LCCA fashion students were lucky enough to visit LFW and attend some of the exclusive catwalk shows. Read about some of their LFW experiences here.
Are you looking to launch a career in the fashion industry? Whether you’re interested in a career in design, communications or entrepreneurship, here are five fantastic titles that you should take the time to read…
During the Edwardian era, it was common for women to wear boned corsets, squeezing waist sizes down to 20 inches or less. Corsets were designed to push the upper body forward while pushing the hips back, forcing the body into an s-shape.
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