Working in London’s East End: The Trampery Fashion Hub
Based in London Fields the Fashion Hub is a collaboration between London College of Fashion, The Trampery, and Hackney Community College.
The Trampery is a London-based social enterprise that helps to facilitate entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation. The Trampery opened the first shared workspace in Shoreditch, in 2009, at the heart of London’s “Tech City”.
LCF worked with Trampery, it’s Patron HRH the Duke of York, founder Charles Armstrong, the Barbican Centre and Groupe Publicisto open the Trampery London Fields, Fashion Hub.
Launched to help support the next generation of fashion design talent by providing access to flexible spaces, facilities, expertise and solutions which historically have been scarce in the industry.
“It’s so encouraging to see creative communities working together to strengthen the opportunities for emerging British talent,” said British Fashion Council CEO Caroline Rush. “By creating stimulating and supportive environments, social enterprises like The Trampery are really helping to bolster the strength and future of fashion in the UK.”
The hub is currently occupied by emerging British design talent; Holly Fulton, Lou Dalton, James Long, Ellen Kern, Charlie May and Danielle Foster.