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LCFS provides effective training through short term courses
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Aug '08
London Center for Fashion Studies (LCFS) had organized the graduation day for its Vietnamese students of short term courses namely Technology and Fashion Design and Textile and Garment Production.

These are short-term courses of four to five months, run by the institute. After the training, students can have specialized knowledge of fashion designing, high quality production skills of textile and garment products, thus, providing them with an understanding of directing their ideas practically.

As these students had come from garment associations like Vinatex and Vitas, such training would enable them to enter the professional world of fashion.

On this special Day, London Center for Fashion Studies (LCFS) and North Umbria University also announced the prize for the fashion competition named Young Impression. The graduation was followed by a fashion show where in students displayed their collection to prove success of the training courses.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam


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