New Fashion College to Open in London

Heads up, fashionistas in London! Women's Wear Daily is reporting that the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design will open in a new building (to be designed by the architecture firm Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios) in London’s Soho neighborhood.

The college will offer paying students a yearlong British Vogue fashion foundation course, as well as 10-week intensive fashion courses and various M.A.-level courses. Susie Forbes, former editor of Easy Living, will be the principal of the college.

Notably, the college will have an in-house exhibition space in the Georgian-windowed facade. The space will be curated by students, guest designers, stylists and fashion industry insiders, making it a prime destination for fashion-savvy travelers.

The college, which will be located on 16-17 Greek Street, is set to open in January.


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