Vacancy: UAL BFTT Project Manager

We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager to work across five Universities, V&A, and over 30 industry partners and collaborators. The Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology (BFTT) is looking for a highly motivated individual to significantly contribute to the success of a major AHRC-funded research project involving collaborations with academics, industry and […]

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Vacancy: R&D Project Lead (William Clark & Sons)

This is an exciting opportunity for a Post Graduate or Post-Doctoral Researcher (or equivalent demonstrable industry experience) to work as the R&D Project Lead, facilitating a novel collaborative project between William Clark & Sons and the UAL Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology Creative R&D Partnership. The principal aim of the project is to modernise […]

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University of Leeds 9 fully-funded PhDs

Leeds Institute of Textiles and Colour (LITAC) at the University of Leeds has nine fully-funded PhD opportunities. Doctoral research students in LITAC will pursue research that advances the disciplines of textile technology, textile and fashion design, polymer science, and colour science and technology to find solutions to global challenges using advanced research tools and techniques. […]

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Dash and Miller Survey

Base b is a collaborative R&D project between Textile Studio Dash & Miller and digital design consultant Jessica Garvey Birch, supported by the Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology (BFTT). The project aims to investigate how digital interventions can be used to create a cleaner, more transparent and accessible textile industry. The company is looking to hear about experiences […]

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Creative Innovation Platform Launch

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has launched a new platform called Creative Innovation, showcasing how the industry is being transformed through landmark, high-value R&D (research and development) funding programmes such as the Creative Industries Clusters Programme (CICP) and Audience of the Future, convening UK wide teams of industry and cross-disciplinary academics. In this article, you can read more on the importance of […]

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FTTI and British Council Announce Five SME Partnerships

Following an open call for proposals in September 2021, The UAL Fashion, Textiles and Technology Institute (FTTI) in partnership with the British Council are pleased to announce five UK and Official Development Assistance (ODA) country SME partnerships. These partnerships will share £100k in funding and business support for sustainable design and production under the New Landscapes: Fashion, Textiles and Technology (FTT) Catalyst R&D Grant […]

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Veronika Kapsali and Kate Goldsworthy Appointed UAL Professors

Dr Kate Goldsworthy is the Deputy Director of the Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology (BFTT), and a BFTT Co-Investigator for Challenge 5 – Circular Materials. She has been appointed Professor of Circular Design and Innovation at the University of the Arts London (UAL), where she is also the Co-Director of the Centre for Circular Design. Dr […]

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Welcome to our new R&D Project Leads!

In October, we announced the companies participating in the final two cohorts of the SME R&D Programme. We are now delighted to welcome the R&D Project Leads that will support the delivery of the projects. Stephanie Rolph joins Dash & Miller + Jessica Garvey Brich Elizabeth Ciokajlo joins Grady & Robinson + Phoebe English Alice Timmis joins Iinouiio Debbie Bamford joins Keracol + Bulmer […]

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BFTT Researchers at the Waste-me-not Symposium

BFTT post-doctoral researcher Dr Laetitia Forst and PhD student Marie Stenton presented at the Waste-me-not Symposium, hosted by the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. The symposium explored whether waste can be permanently designed out of the fashion lifecycle. It focussed on three interconnected themes, i.e. Material Waste, Circular Strategies, and Social […]

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Sustainable Consumption Conference – Post COP26

BFTT Director, Prof Jane Harris, and Deputy Director, Dr Kate Goldsworthy, presented at the Sustainable Consumption Conference – Post COP26. They discussed how BFTT is working with Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to develop an entire fashion, textiles and technology ecosystem throughout the UK. Other contributors included WRAP UK, Centre for Sustainable Fashion at the University of the […]

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COP26 / Climate Emergency Network

Dr Kate Goldsworthy and Professor Dilys William participated in the Climate Emergency Network Roundtable – in response to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference. Kate is BFTT’s Deputy Director and Co-Investigator of Challenge 5 – Circular Materials, while Dilys is Co-Investigator of Challenge 3 – ReModelling Fashion: design practices and business models for sustainability. Other panel members included Professor […]

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BFTT Researchers at the Beyond Conference 2021

Our Director, Prof Jane Harris chaired a panel at this year’s Beyond Conference to discuss tools that are required to support the next generation of designers and fashion entrepreneurs as they navigate new markets in the fashion metaverse. Additionally, our Deputy Director, Dr Kate Goldsworthy presented case studies of SMEs who are using recycled or […]

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£2.8m Awarded to UK’s Fashion and Textiles SMEs

Following an initial £1.2 million investment in 2020 to 10 of the UK’s leading Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the fashion and textiles industry, we are proud to announce a further £1.1 million funding to thirteen pioneering businesses that place sustainability, innovation and social purpose at the heart of their business model. This new award brings the total investment […]

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UAL Launches Fashion, Textiles and Technology Institute

Building on the Business of Fashion, Textiles & Technology (BFTT) Creative R&D Partnership, the UAL: Fashion, Textiles and Technology Institute has been launched to deliver sustainable innovation across the entire fashion and textiles value chain. The FTTI brings together established research centres and hubs, with specialist fields spanning design, STEM and humanities. It will employ a […]

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Dr Kate Goldsworthy in United Nation’s High Political Forum

Our Deputy Director, Dr Kate Goldsworthy took part in the UN High Political Forum Side Event “Building Resilient Circular Supply Chains by Empowering Grassroots Action: Collaboration as a tool for achieving SDGs in Fashion“.  Kate led a discussion with Tricia Langman and Sarah Angold of Hecho x Nosotros, on the future of the changing fashion landscape, debating […]

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Call for Proposals – New Landscapes Catalyst R&D Grant Scheme

Download the information booklet. The Fashion, Textiles and Technology Institute (FTTI, UAL) is partnering with the British Council to support new ideas for the future of sustainable fashion, textiles and related technology.   In response to global drivers, the pilot programme will encourage international cooperation to re-evaluate the industry’s relationship with climate change, the environment, and the […]

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Fashion as Sustainability in Action

The Centre for Sustainable Fashion, in partnership with The Open University and Middlesex University’s Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research, has released the new guidebook, Fashion as Sustainability in Action for micro and small enterprises (MSEs), part of the Fostering Sustainable Practices Hub. The guide contains key tips, methods and practical examples for those who support […]

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Job Opportunities: 5x SME Project Leads

The Business of Fashion, Textiles & Technology (BFTT) Partnership is recruiting for five post-doctoral researchers (or industry equivalent experience) to lead on the following projects within the SME R&D Support Programme. The SME project with Dash & Miller aims to deliver R&D around digital textiles to aid design and communication throughout the supply chain. Apply here. […]

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Future Fashion Factory Funding Call Now Open

The fifth and final innovation funding call is now open to Expressions of Interest by our fellow R&D Creative Cluster, Future Fashion Factory.  The eligible businesses can access between £10,000 – £100,000 for collaborative projects aligned with the following research themes: sustainability, circular economies, data-driven design, late-stage customisation, communicating aesthetics, and skills. You can sign […]

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Job Opportunities: Post-Doc Researchers at QMUL

Queen Mary University of London is recruiting for one full-time and two part-time Postdoctoral Research Assistants to work under the supervision of Prof. James Busfield and Dr Emiliano Bilotti . The post-holders will be responsible for the main research activities of the R&D project between the Queen Mary University of London and the BFTT Challenge 7 […]

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Prof Dilys Williams at the Institute of Positive Fashion Forum

On Thursday 10th June, the British Fashion Council hosted its inaugural Institute of Positive Fashion Forum. This event brought together leading voices from the fashion industry and beyond to unpack key issues facing the fashion industry ahead of COP26 – the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will be hosted in Glasgow later this […]

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Job Opportunity: BFTT ReWeave R&D Project Lead

This is an exciting opportunity for a Postgraduate or Post-Doctoral Researcher (or equivalent demonstrable industry/research experience) to work as the Research & Development (R&D) Project Lead to facilitate a collaborative project with ReWeave – a woven textile studio based in London and Hastings that has been awarded funding within the BFTT R&D SME Support Programme. The […]

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Creative Industries Clusters: The Story So Far 2021

The Creative Industries Clusters Programme has grown significantly through the commitment of contributing resources from industry partners, in addition to the funding by the Creative Industries Clusters Programme. Each of the nine clusters has been hard at work, bringing together some of the finest creatives in fashion, film and television, informatics, design, computer games, performance […]

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Applications Now Open for CreaTech 2021

CreaTech Ones to Watch 2021 is organised by the Creative Industries Council (CIC). They are looking to showcase innovative projects, products or services built on using emerging technologies. The showcase will celebrate companies that are bringing together: creative skills from industries such as fashion, film & TV production, video gaming, music, design, animation and advertising. […]

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Future Fashion Factory – Funding Call

Our fellow Creative Cluster Future Fashion Factory is open for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for their fourth round of Innovation Funding.  Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) of all sizes and specialisms have the opportunity to apply for collaborative research and development (R&D) projects, bringing together researchers and industry partners to address challenges facing the UK […]

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Measuring the Fashion’s Sustainability Gap

The Business of Fashion (BOF) analysed the performance of 15 of fashion’s largest companies against environmental and social targets. The Index takes stock of the progress made, identifies shortcomings and lays out a clear framework for future advancements to meet climate and sustainable development goals over the next decade and beyond. The report presents targets […]

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Meet some of the awarded SMEs Founders and CEOs

Hear from a few of the first cohort of BFTT funded SME R&D projects as Founders and CEOs discuss their experience of the bespoke support and mentoring, R&D funding landscape and innovative project development. Elvis & Kresse Doppelhaus Blackhorse Lane Ateliers Tibor Ananas Anam (Piñatex)  Anna Glover AWAYTOMARS […]

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SME R&D Support Programme – Funding Call Round 3

BFTT SME R&D Programme – Round 3 Booklet The Business of Fashion, Textiles & Technology (BFTT) SME R&D Support Programme is now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI). The fashion, textiles and technology-related sector (FTT) is buoyant, innovative and multidisciplinary, informing many adjacent sectors in the wider industry. Quite literally, spanning agriculture to advertising. This funding call is […]

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UKFT Brexit Guidance for the Fashion and Textile Industry

The UK Fashion and Textile Association (UKFT) have published extensive Brexit guidance for the UK fashion and textile industry. UKFT is one of the largest networks for fashion and textiles (companies in the UK that bring together designers, manufacturers, suppliers, retailers and government to promote the FT industry. They have been working closely with the […]

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Job Opportunity: V&A Research Fellow in Rethinking Material Resources

The V&A is recruiting for a Research Fellow to support the delivery of BFTT’s Challenge 6 – Rethinking Material Resources. This challenge focuses on the development of new sustainable fibres from waste materials, utilising knowledge from textile and manufacturing history as well as state-of-the-art research in the field. The Fellow will identify opportunities to grow […]

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Job Opportunity: V&A Research Fellow in Consumer & Retail Experience

The V&A is recruiting for a Research Fellow to support the delivery of BFTT’s Challenge 4: Consumer and Retail Experience. The Fellow will work in collaboration with V&A researchers, curators and conservators, the Principal Investigator and Co-Investigators across the BFTT partnership to research fashion consumption cultures and online retail experiences, investigate virtual fashion experiences and […]

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Mentoring Support for Underrepresented Groups in the Creative Industries

Play Nice has partnered with the Foundation for Future London to launch collaborative support for young creatives who would not have the opportunity to develop an equitable future. Foundation for Future London, an independent charity connecting east London communities with the globally renowned arts, innovation and cultural partners, and Culture Mile – London’s ‘new cultural […]

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Launch of Manufacturing Futures 2021

In collaboration with UAL’s Fashion Innovation Agency, Fashion District is providing a rare opportunity for start-ups and Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to win a cash prize, business support, and pitch their ideas to some of the industry’s leading brands and innovators. Start-ups and businesses that have the potential to revolutionise any part of the […]

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Elvis & Kresse featured in V&A exhibition ‘Bags: Inside Out’

One of Elvis & Kresse’s creations now features in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Bags: Inside Out exhibition. Elvis & Kresse is a sustainable and ethical brand that rescues raw waste material and transform them into luxury fashion accessories.  For over a decade Elvis & Kresse has used damaged decommissioned fire hoses and transform them into […]

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Data-Driven Design at the BEYOND 2020 Conference

In a year of absolute disruption, the BEYOND 2020 Conference will explore questions and ideas around the impact the pandemic has had on the creative industries, and how they responded to build back better through innovation in the fields of performance, moving image, visitor experience, gaming or Esports. With human-centred design and sustainability objectives at […]

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Knitwear Design and Manufacturing Survey

You are all invited to take part in this survey of knitwear design and manufacturing practices in the Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Your participation in this research will support developments in the responsible design and manufacture of future knitwear-based products. The research will provide participants with an insight into the sustainable performance of their company […]

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Foundation for Future London Grant Call to Tackle Inequality

The Medium Grant Scheme is designed to fund work that will break down barriers and tackle inequality by supporting residents across the London boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest. Foundation for Future London is looking for projects that aim to use arts & culture, communities & heritage, research & innovation and/or health […]

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Research Circles – Book Launch by the Centre for Circular Design

On 21 October 2020, the Centre for Circular Design (CCD) held an online panel discussion to launch the book Research Circles, chaired by journalist, author and lecturer Tamsin Blanchard. The book includes contributions by Dr Kate Goldsworthy, Co-founder and Co-director of CCD and Deputy Director of Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology (BFTT) and Rebecca […]

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Open Call for Sustainable Fashion Accelerator at The Trampery

The Sustainable Fashion Accelerator is a six-month programme of carefully crafted bespoke support with a mix of expert-led workshops and one-to-one sessions with a focus on people, planet, profit approach to fashion. What to expect: Expert coaches and guest speakers include sustainability champion and luxury expert Vanessa Podmore, Founder of Podmore Consultancy, People coach and […]

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London Fashion Fund – Second Round of Investment Now Open

The London Fashion Fund seeks to build a portfolio of diverse, forward-thinking and high-growth start-ups that will shape the future of the fashion industry. It aims to enhance pathways for businesses to access complementary finance, follow-on funding & support with business success measure. The London Fashion Fund is calling all fashion SMEs looking to take […]

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‘Fashion on Climate’ Report

The fashion industry is shifting at a remarkable pace where demands are accelerated by the consumer for accountability, care of raw materials and social responsibility. The designers and brands are ever-evolving to adapt to new realities while staying resilient and creative at all times. On the other hand, fear of uncertainty and financial constraints are […]

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Prof James Busfield Elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineers

Our Co-Investigator, Prof. James Busfield has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. He was acknowledged for his commitment to the industry and supporting the next generation of graduate engineers. Prof James Busfield (left) will join 1,600 eminent engineers from industry and academia to support excellent work towards building a sustainable society. […]

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The CEO Agenda 2020: Spotlight Biodiversity

In the face of an uncertain world, priorities are ever-evolving for consumers, brands and investors. On this background, the fashion industry can act as an inspirational forerunner for investment in long-term social and environmental sustainability, beyond short-term financial incentives. The CEO Agenda 2020 highlights eight sustainable priorities, which could help the fashion industry to reassess […]

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The Fashion District Announces Tech Start-Ups Shortlist

The Fashion District, in collaboration with the Fashion Innovation Agency at London College of Fashion, UAL, has announced the shortlist for the second edition of Retail Futures. The Innovation Challenge Prize calls upon fashion and tech companies to bring new tech solutions for the industry’s challenges and drive future growth in the fashion industry. It […]

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Job Opportunity: Research Fellow in Bio-inspired Textiles

An exciting opportunity to join the London College of Fashion at the University of the Arts London as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in bio-inspired textiles. This post supports the Principal Investigator in the delivery of the Bioinspired Textiles: An investigation into biomimetic principles and their application to sustainable textile design and making, funded by the […]

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Dilys Williams named Sustainable Fashion Champion 2020

Professor Dilys Williams was named the Sustainable Fashion Champion in the Drapers’ Sustainable Fashion Awards 2020. Dilys is Director of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, and is currently co-leading Challenge 3 – Sustainable Industrial Strategy of the Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology Partnership. Sustainability […]

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SME R&D Support Programme – Funding Call Round 2

We have £1.5m to invest in your transformative ideas.  The Business of Fashion, Textiles & Technology (BFTT) SME R&D Support Programme is now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI). The fashion, textiles and technology related sector (FTT) is buoyant, innovative and multidisciplinary, informing many adjacent sectors in the wider industry. Quite literally, spanning agriculture to advertising. This funding call […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Ananas Anam

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Ananas Anam – the developers and manufacturers of Piñatex. The role involves working collaboratively with an Academic Mentor from the Centre for Circular Design at UAL and the Company Lead at Ananas Anam. The […]

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Apply for techstyle (technology + lifestyle) competition

Do you have a techstyle innovation idea that can create a positive societal impact? Does it incorporate apparel/textiles or food tech? If yes, you could apply for “Techstyle For Social Good” International Online Competition 2020.  The competition is looking to fund techstyle (technology + lifestyle) innovations with a special focus on apparel/textiles or food tech. […]

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Creative Informatics Virtual Showcase

On Wednesday 17 June, Creative Informatics is holding an innovation showcase online. Highlights on this event will include a keynote presentation from Bernadine Bröcker Wieder, founder and CEO of global online art marketplace Vastari, a conversation with astrophysicist and jazz musician Matt Russo, and an Algorave demonstration and performance from software artist and live coding musician Alex Maclean. Book […]

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What is the new normal in fashion?

On 1 May 2020, Professor Dilys Williams presented at the webinar The New Normal, together with Fashion Roundtable’s Tamara Cincik (CEO), Jodi Muter Hamilton (Communications Director) and Karen Binns (Fashion Director). Dilys discussed how the ‘New Normal’ may look like for creatives in a post-Covid19 era as fashion and textile industries will be hit hard […]

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How is Covid-19 affecting your business?

The unfolding situation of Covid-19 has forced the creative industry to shut down as nearly two million people have contracted the virus worldwide. There is an urge to understand what can be done to minimise the impact on businesses from small and medium enterprises to individuals whose livelihood depend on the creative industries. “We’re all […]

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Apply for mentoring support

Are you a pre-start-up, start-up or SME working within the fashion supply chain or developing new technologies? We invite you to participate in the Call for Projects for the DeFINE Mentoring Programme. The Programme provides eight months of bespoke guidance to help you grow your business idea through technical, business management and investment readiness support. […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at Queen Mary University London/Elvis & Kresse

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Eako Ltd (Elvis & Kresse). Elvis & Kresse rescue material that would otherwise go to landfill, transform it into sustainable luxury accessories and donates 50% of its profits to charity. ​ The […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Tengri

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Tengri. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Tengri Ltd, a London-based design house, specialising in rare cloths, clothing and home interiors made from Noble Yarns® & Fibres® – natural fibres that are as soft as cashmere, […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Segura

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Segura. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Segura, a cloud-based suite of ordering and compliance products, enabling fashion retailers to trace all the components of  their products, improve manufacturing sustainability […]

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Insights from Creative Industries Champions

The Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC), led by nesta as part of the Creative Industries Clusters Programme, has just published a report on how policymakers can support local growth in creative industries. The report addressed the following questions. What does success in the creative industries look like in your geographical area? Which local interventions have […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Blackhorse Lane Ateliers

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Blackhorse Lane Ateliers. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Blackhorse Lane Ateliers, an innovative community-based manufacturer producing high end crafted denim garments in East London.​ The role involves working collaboratively with an […]

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PhD Studentship on Fashion Product Visualisation

We invite innovative proposals that span research into the design, development and implementation of augmented reality technologies for the visualisation of fashion product, in partnership with Holition, an award-winning augmented reality company, supplying technical solutions to the fashion retail sector. Garment fit may be an area of interest, whereby virtual garments must appear to fit […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/AWAYTOMARS

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Away to Mars. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at AWAYTOMARS, an innovative company looking to disrupt and enrich the creative and design process through their co-creation platform. The […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Tibor

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Tibor. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Tibor Ltd, a company specialising on the design and production of deep textured luxury fabrics for modern interiors. The role also […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Doppelhaus

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Doppelhaus. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Doppelhaus Ltd, a textile company specialising in developing novel non-woven, sustainable fabrics. The role also involves working with research experts […]

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Job Opportunity: R&D Project Lead at UAL/Anna Glover

This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral researcher (or equivalent experience) to join the BFTT SME Programme and work with Anna Glover. The successful candidate will work with the management, commercial and R&D teams at Anna Glover Ltd, an award-winning design business specialising in luxury wallpaper, fashion and creative consultancy. The role involves working collaboratively […]

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Apply to the London Fashion Fund

The London Fashion Fund is looking to build a portfolio of diverse, forward-thinking and high growth businesses that will shape the future of the fashion industry and contribute to the development of its social and environmental conscience. The Fund will support early stage fashion businesses across technology, design and the entire fashion eco-system. A unique […]

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BFTT at the British Textile Biennial

Our Research Fellow Dr Lipi Begum participated in the roundtable discussion ‘The Fabric of Our Times’, which was organised by Creative Lancashire jointly with BFTT, at the inaugural British Textile Biennial in Blackburn Museum and Arts Gallery. Panel members and an audience of over 50 people who raised concerns across the industry included: Beverley Lamey, […]

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At the Beyond Conference 2019

Our researcher Dino Dinoulis will present a poster at the Beyond Conference on how leading technologies, such as artificial intelligence, could be used to create innovative and engaging ‘retail’ stories that could lead consumers to an immersive and interactive journey. Dino’s work  focusses on the application of deep generative learning models as an enabler to […]

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Brexit, Technology and the Future of Retail Experience

Continuing with our series of talks and workshops in support of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), on 5 September we focussed on technology, retail experience and Brexit. The speakers were Adam Mansell from the UK Fashion and Textile Association, Lynne Murray from the Digital Anthropology Lab, UAL, and Jonathan Chippindale from Holition. Adam discussed how […]

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