British School of Fashion unveils case study collection

Thu, 29 Oct 2020 12:41:00 GMT
The case studies are available to fashion students worldwide.
The case studies are available to fashion students worldwide.

Research expertise from GCU's British School of Fashion will be showcased to students and academics worldwide under a new partnership with the publishing house Bloomsbury.

Teaching toolkits featuring real-world examples of sustainable luxury and socially conscious fashion will be available through the digital platform Bloomsbury Fashion Business Cases.

Learning packs designed to support the next generation of fashion leaders, studying in the US, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific, will also be available to download.

The first batch of engaging case studies created by the team at the BSOF includes an analysis of Stella McCartney's approach to sustainable luxury and a look at how the charity Save the Children moved into designer retail.

The live examples offer students a unique insight into the business decisions made by fashion companies and bridge the gap between education and the industry.

Tim Jackson, Director of the British School of Fashion, said: "The case studies address key strategic areas for the industry and the collection highlights our specialist faculty research and curriculum, teaching tomorrow’s luxury fashion leaders. 

"Bloomsbury’s global reach connects the school’s expertise with students internationally and will provide a tremendous repository for online study."

To find out more, you can take a look at the dedicated British School of Fashion page on Bloomsbury Fashion Business Cases.