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With Fibre2Fashion Correspondent Cindrella Thawani, CEO of British Fashion Council Caroline Rush, shares her views on ongoing London Fashion Week and challenges across the way of UK’s fashion industry. Further, she believes, London is where careers are launched and stars are born. Synopsis: British Fashion Council was formed in 1983. It aims to give platform to British designers and maintains London as the eminent performer for fashion pitch. Ongoing illustrious London Fashion Week event is organised by the British Fashion Council, which is one of the ‘bigfour’ international catwalk influencers. Presently, Caroline Rush serves as the CEO of British Fashion Council (BFC). Excerpts:
How is the global economy impacting the Britain’s fashion industry?
What are those challenges that you envision for UK’s fashion industry? Please interpret.
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