LCF pens sustainability partnership with new business platform

The London College of Fashion has teamed up with a new sustainable fashion platform to help link students with ethical suppliers, buyers and brands.


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Common Objective is a new fashion business network backed by leading ethical designers including Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Raeburn and Roland Mouret.

Its technology matches members with the resources they need to work in the most sustainable way, and businesses with the highest sustainability standards are rewarded with higher search rankings and more buyer connections.    

The new partnership with London College of Fashion will see 6,000 staff and students create profiles on the platform, according to the Evening Standard. It will give them access to ethical resources whilst also providing new talent for leading luxury firms.

Harold Tillman, co-founder of Common Objective, commented: “We are a strong believer in supporting all fashion businesses to adopt more sustainable principles.”

Common Objective has also teamed up with Fashion SVP, Pure London, Fashion Revolution and LCF’s Centre for Sustainable Fashion.

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