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Your Ralph & Russo Opportunity Starts Right Here!



FashionCapital Newsletter

20th June 2018
Dear all,

We are pleased to announce some very exciting apprenticeship news. High-end, luxury fashion house, Ralph & Russo are now recruiting nine apprentices to train at their atelier. This is a truly unique opportunity with positions varying from Pattern Cutter, Garment Technologist to Couturier. To view all the positions and to apply please click here.

Did You See Us in The Times Today?

We spoke with Sharon Thiruchelvam on ethical production in the UK.

Masterclasses Not To Miss

ASOS.com Join Us for a Workshop
On 18th and 19th June we hosted an ‘Introduction to Industrial Sewing’ 2-day workshop for QA Inspectors at ASOS. To find out more click here.

Courses Coming Soon

An Introduction to Pattern Cutting:

Skirt Adaptations
Constructing a Bodice Block

Intermediate Stitching Course:

Constructing a Skirt/Trouser

Advanced Stitching Course

TR Pattern Cutting Taster Course

Please note with some of these courses a 10% discount will be applied if follow-on sessions are booked.

Garment Technologist Apprenticeship With F&F At Tesco

Another apprenticeship post is currently available with F&F At Tesco. This role is available on the Level 4 Apprenticeship Standard for Garment /Sewn Product Technologist and is an 18 – 24 month programme where the apprentice will spend one day a week training for the qualification at the Fashion Technology Academyand four days at F&F in Hertfordshire.

To view more information and to apply please click here.

Summer Fabric Sale

Saturday 30th June from 10am – 1pm in-house sale for a wide range of fabrics at bargain prices. Don’t miss out – head over to FashionCapital HQ, Unit 14, Crusader Estate, 167 Hermitage Road, London N4. Nearest tube: Manor House.

Fabric Swatch of the Week

A soft, two way stretch Slinky with an intricate and eye-catching abstract, geometric digital print. Available from the FCFabricStudio at £5- a metre.

This Week on FashionCapital.co.uk

VIN + OMI reveal their latest project in collaboration with the London College of Fashion. BIN 2 BODY.

Social media is an excellent marketing starting point that has a lot of potential. We share some top tips.

And Kate Farley discovers a new eBay ‘Local Services Ads’ tool, which aims to assist local service organisations.

And Finally…

Last week we mentioned that our fabric scraps from our Factory and FCFabric Studio have been donated to the Kurdish Women Organization, Roj, a non-profit charity that aims to improve the life of Kurdish and Turkish Women. Here we feature some images of the women working on their stitching projects.

More from the FashionCapital team next time, until then we wish you a great week.

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