Graduate Fashion Week have announced next year’s Graduate Fashion Week dates and venue. The event will take place for the second time at their new address: the Truman Brewery in East London’s creative quarter from Saturday 30th May – Tuesday 2nd June 2015.

Mark Newton-Jones, CEO of Mothercare PLC and with over 30 years experience in retail, has taken position as new chairman of GFW and will be providing support to the event marked as being the largest fashion graduate event in the world.

In his new role as the Chairman of Graduate Fashion Week he will develop and expand the GFW profile, raising awareness across the fashion industry and general public.
Graduate Fashion Week 2015 will host over 40 Universities exhibiting alongside two catwalk halls hosting more than 20 catwalk shows over the four day event. The GFW Live media reportage will once again host a high profile series of talks and interactive spaces, previous talks include conversations with; Nick Knight, Gareth Pugh, Hilary Alexander, Mary Katrantzou, Victoria Beckham and Agi & Sam.

GFW Live - Interview with GarethPugh by HilaryAlexander

GFW Live – Interview with GarethPugh by HilaryAlexander

“As the title sponsor of Graduate Fashion Week for the fifth year running we’re delighted to welcome Mark on board. His wealth of fashion experience will help the GFW and George teams deliver yet another fresh and innovative event for 2015.”
Fiona Lambert, Vice-President of George and George Home Product.

Now in its 24th year, Graduate Fashion Week provides an unrivalled platform for fashion graduates from all over the UK and Internationally to showcase their creativity and to transition into the fashion indsutry.

Tickets for GFW 2015 will be available soon through the Graduate Fashion Week website.

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