The council members will help to guide curriculum developments to ensure the college is attuned to the industry needs on a global scale and supporting the next generation of talent, says Condé Nast.
The Advisory Council will be chaired by Edward Enninful OBE, Editor-in-Chief, British Vogue & European Editorial Director, Vogue. Enninful, who is a champion for new and diverse talent, comments: “I am honoured to chair the Advisory Council for the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design. The College is committed to creating a global education experience for the next generation and I am excited to go on this journey with them to nurture and discover future talent, along with the esteemed members of the Advisory Council.”
Accompanying Edward Enninful on the Advisory Council are leading industry figures who will bring their insight and expertise to the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design and its students:
- Caroline Rush, Chief Executive of the British Fashion Council
- Donatella Versace, Chief Creative Officer, Versace
- Fabien Baron, Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Baron & Baron
- Grace Coddington, Creative Director
- Naomi Campbell, International Supermodel, Activist and Philanthropist
- Roberta Annan, Businesswoman, UNEP Goodwill Ambassador, Founder African Fashion Foundation
- Sarah Mower, Chief Critic at vogue.com and BFC Ambassador for Emerging Talent
- Suzy Menkes, Leading Fashion Authority
- Victoria Beckham, Fashion Designer and Creative Director
The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design offers over 30 programmes both on campus and online including seven masters level programmes, a fast track BA, a selection of online programmes, as well as short one week courses and other accredited courses.
The wide range of programmes available at the College allow for a tailored education and can be accessed around the world. Through the support of the Advisory Council there will also be a new scholarships fund to bring education opportunities to a wider audience, says Condé Nast.
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