The Trampery and British Fashion Council partner to offer studio space to designer womenswear businesses

The Trampery is working with the British Fashion Council (BFC) to provide creative workspace for new designer womenswear businesses at their Hackney Wick Fish Island Village location.

The BFC's annual NEWGEN programme provides finance, support and showcasing opportunities to emerging talent and helps to build future high-end fashion businesses. 

This partnership will see NEWGEN award-winners and alumni offered a block of studio space at Fish Island Village, with the Trampery also hosting events with the BFC at the location throughout the year.

Caroline Rush CBE, Chief Executive British Fashion Council, said: “The UK has a reputation of having some of the best fashion schools in the world, as well as the most innovative and creative talent. We are delighted to be able to support many of them from school-level all the way through to established designer businesses through all our initiatives; this further reinforces our reputation as an international hub for creativity, innovation, talent and business. Congratulations to all the designers and thank you to all the unders, mentors and supporters for making the UK’s talent support the most robust in the global market.”

2019/20 NEWGEN recipients are:

  • A-COLD-WALL*
  • Ahluwalia Studio
  • Alighieri
  • ART SCHOOL
  • Bethany Williams
  • Bianca Saunders
  • Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY
  • Halpern
  • ISOSCELES Lingerie
  • Matty Bovan
  • Nicholas Daley
  • Paria / FARZANEH
  • Per Götesson
  • Richard Malone
  • Richard Quinn
  • Roker
  • Stefan Cooke
  • Supriya Lele
  • and NEWGEN One to Watch: Eftychia

Image: British Fashion Council

 

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