The Best of Britannia (BOB) exhibition has partnered up with Fashion Enter, a UK provider of the Fashion and Textiles Apprenticeship programme, to showcase new talent in London.
Current apprentices – the future Great British makers – will present their skills and the work of Fashion Enter at BOB London on October 12-13.
Fashion Enter is a not-for-profit, social enterprise, which strives to be a centre of excellence for sampling, grading, production and for learning and development of skills within the fashion and textiles industry.
Its Fashion Technology Academy is a manufacturing hub and fashion studio combined, ensuring that students gain exposure to the real ‘Best of British’ manufacturing whilst training for their qualifications and working with employers such as ASOS.com, Marks & Spencer, River Island and House of Fraser.
Fashion Enter CEO Jenny Holloway said: “As the on shoring of UK garment production continues to thrive it is imperative we successfully plan for the future and up skill the next generation! Come and meet our production apprentices to review what real talent, in the making, is all about today.” Jenny Holloway – CEO Fashion Enter Ltd
BOB London will take place at The Old Truman Brewery in East London. The full list of exhibitors will be available in the coming weeks.
Previous exhibitors have included loungewear designers Ayten Gasson and Lolly 5000.