Production workshops for those aged between 16-20 years old and free to attend with all equipment provided.
A student led movement centred on promoting inclusivity within the creative industry.
The fusion of music and fashion. The collection provokes questions based on sustainability.
CREATIVES THIS WEEK
An interdisciplinary art and design outreach practice that focuses on the importance of the personal relationship with the self. The company was founded by Yetunde Hannah who utilises practices such as immersive installations, illustration classes and public workshops, to increase self-care and self-awareness through the arts.
A London based youth organisation which aims to educate participants on the history of various music genres, from soul and jazz to grime and rock, whilst harnessing skills in modern music and creating their own individual sound. The company was co-founded by musical artist Intalekt and Lory Louves who aim to promote the impact that black history and black culture has had on modern music. “Inclusivity at School of Bop is what we do by default. I am a black man and I want people who look like me to prosper and thrive. I want to make sure the people who are like me get a fair chance.”
A brand which epitomises the concept of collaboration. Founded by London College of Fashion alumni Olive Hooper, CYFR WORLD sets out to make fashion more personal. The brand works with up-and-coming musical artist to design garments where the buyer can resonate with not only the music, but also the artist and their genre. The labels collection isn’t about creating artist merchandise, it's about forming a collection of unique and sustainable pieces which can’t be found on the high street.