GFF partners with Fashion Minority Alliance to celebrate diversity in new ‘Colouring Fashion’ book for schools
, 2022-09-27 14:14:48,
Graduate Fashion Foundation has launched ‘Colouring Fashion’, the first fashion focused colouring book created to encourage a richly diverse future of the fashion industry from grassroots level, produced in collaboration with Fashion Minority Alliance.
Highlighting inspiring and pioneering designers, photographers, models, stylists, makeup artists, hairdressers, art directors and editors, amongst others, the ‘Colouring Fashion’ colouring book contains 22 inspired plates.
From groundbreakers to newcomers the colouring book is a celebration of creative icons of the industry including Edward Enninful, Pat McGrath, Priya Ahulwalia, Ibrahim Kamara, Rei Kawakubo, Grace Wales Bonner, Charles Jeffrey, Aaron Rose Philip, Telfar, Campbell Addy and Stephen Burrows amongst others.
The book also features QR codes taking the reader to the new Graduate Fashion Foundation Fashion Futures website, Career Pathways Hub and downloadable educational resources.
The colouring book will soon be launched through 100 junior and secondary schools across the UK. The launch coincides with the Colouring Fashion Challenge, challenging students to enter their creations on social media under #GFFColouringFashion.
Additionally a series of live school colouring workshops and panels talks will take place this autumn in select schools with special industry guests in attendance.
Each dynamic black and white illustration has been created by designer, illustrator and winner…
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