Back to the previous page

The 37 selected designers, who will benefit of BFC Foundation Fashion Fund


May 17 2020
Fashion

The British Fashion Council has set up a fund to prevent the economic impact crisis caused by Covid-19 on Fashion Industry.

BFC Foundation Fashion Fund has been established to support British creative Fashion firms as well as individual Brand designers.
The grant is taken by the emergency fund amount to £ 1.000,000 and a part of it will be split to young students, in order to encourage the creativity of the future generation.

“Over the last couple of weeks, we have seen an astonishing amount of applications come through from British designer businesses all over the country, asking for help to survive the crisis. The need for support is immense. Our hope is to re-open the fund for future rounds, to help as many businesses as possible, and ensure the future growth and success of the British fashion industry.”
Caroline Rush,
Chief Executive BFC

Here are the first round of 37 selected designers, who will benefit of BFC Foundation Fashion Fund:

Alighieri (Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2020), 16Arlington, Ahluwalia, Aries, Art School, Bethany Williams, Bianca Saunders, Chalayan, Charles Jeffrey loverboy (Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2020), Chopova Lowena, Craig Green, David Koma (Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2020), E. Tautz, E.L.V. Denim, Edeline Lee, Eftychia, Halpern (Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2020), King & Tuckfield, Kwaidan Editions, Liam Hodges, Matty Bovan, Metier (Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2020), Nabil Nayal, Neous, Nicholas Daley, palmer//harding, Paper London, Paria Farzaneh, Per Götesson, Phoebe English, Raeburn, Rejina Pyo (Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2020), Richard Malone, Richard Quinn, Roksanda, Stefan Cooke, Toogood.



BFC Foundation Fashion Fund