Graduate Fashion Foundation names 10 new Global Ambassadors
Graduate Fashion Foundation (GFF) has appointed 10 new Global Ambassadors to join the international charity’s line up of designers, international buyers, sustainability activists, stylists, editors and marketing experts.
The new group includes Orsola de Castro of Fashion Revolution; international supermodel Eunice Olumide; designer and sustainability activist Patrick McDowell; Dior Bediako of Pepper Your Talk and The Junior Network; Browns buying director Ida Petersson; Hearst's Isabella Silvers; Catherine Teatum and Rob Jones of designer label TeatumJones; Bemi Shaw, stylist and journalist; and designer Edeline Lee.
The new Global Ambassadors’ roles will include offering advice and guidance to undergraduates and alumni, attending GFF industry and graduate events, joining judging panels for the GFF Annual Awards, representing the charity and its work within the industry and supporting the next generation of fashion talent across 26 disciplines.
Graduate Fashion Foundation president Hilary Alexander said: “They each join the charity with many years experience in their specialist areas of the industry, and they will hugely inspire the next generate of talent emerging from UK and International universities.”
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