Updates on Fashion Sustainability – 03/12/2018 – 09/12/2018

Is the fashion industry finally finished with fur? In a move to appease animal rights campaigners’ having received widespread pressure from them to do so, fashion giant Chanel have finally agreed to cease the use of fur and exotic animal skins in their collections. Undoubtedly one of the biggest fashion brands worldwide, Chanel’s decision is… Read More Updates on Fashion Sustainability – 03/12/2018 – 09/12/2018

An Introduction to our Sustainability Tracker

Dear Reader,   At LSE Fashion Society, we are strongly orientated towards sustainable fashion. We believe that it is necessary for the fashion industry to adapt its attitudes and practices to cultivating a thriving planet with minimal environmental damage. In March 2019, we intend to hold a 100% sustainable fashion show; all designers featured in the show will produce… Read More An Introduction to our Sustainability Tracker


“Diversity” is one of the most widely-used buzzwords in society today. From affirmative action initiatives in politics, to discussion around getting more minorities into professions like the media and showbusiness, diversity is undeniably a hot topic. And its contemporary focus was shown on a beautifully large scale by 199Z: Diversity Revisited, the brainchild of the… Read More 199Z: DIVERSITY REVISITED