Looking forward to the future can also give us a chance to look back and see how far we’ve come.

LCF has a long and vibrant history that we all share in and we want you to celebrate your vision of it.

"Know How and Know Why Exhibition", London College of Fashion - College Archive. Photographer unknown, Barrett Street school, 26th September 1957.

“Know How and Know Why Exhibition”, London College of Fashion – College Archive. Photographer unknown, Barrett Street school, 26th September 1957.

This #LCFmemories space on the E20 LCF blog is where you can submit, peruse and enjoy your photographs, stories and artefacts that show something about the history of the college. Whether it be a memory from decades ago or something from the present day, please share with us your unique perspective that gives LCF its unique identity.

Please submit your photographs, memories of people and places and happenings of times gone by, your stories of important events and your comments on the little things that make up daily life at LCF… and everything and anything in between.
Also, get in touch if you have an object that needs photographing or would like help to create a piece about your memory of LCF, or anything else you would like to discuss.

If we can weave the story of the LCF of the past years, we can carry the life of the college forward as it undergoes the next exciting transformation for future staff, students and everyone else who takes part in the life of our college. Knowing where you come from can help steer where you are going.

London College of Fashion - College Archive London County Council

London College of Fashion – College Archive, London County Council. Shown in prospectuses from 1967 to 1970.

LCF exhibitions manager Belinda May puts the finishing touches to Adam Murray’s photographic display, entitled ‘We Alone are the People’. Jan 2008

LCF exhibitions manager Belinda May puts the finishing touches to Adam Murray’s photographic display, entitled ‘We Alone are the People’. January 2008.