We are delighted to offer a university guest lecture in Fashion, Marketing and Promotion for your year 12 and 13 students, designed to inspire and inform students on the broad range of opportunities within Higher Education.
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Who made my clothes?
In the developed world, fashion is now a global industry and the consumption of clothing has become a leisure activity. Many fast fashion items now have a lifespan of weeks from retail store to landfill.
This session is an interactive look at ‘who made my clothes’ and ‘what brands and consumers are doing to address the issue of waste and brand management’.
Your students will gain awareness of current industry campaigns looking at production, waste and how garments at the end of their life cycle can be reintroduced to the production process. Students will understand how they can care for the environment, become fashion activists and do their part for the future of the planet.
Please note - this event is only bookable through schools interested in bringing their school groups. We cannot accept bookings from individual students.
Lectures will last approximately one hour and will require an appropriate classroom space with access to a screen/projector. We also request that there are a minimum of 10 students per session. This session can also be delivered virtually.
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
We can deliver this event at our institution or your school or college. Please contact us
to arrange a date.
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