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Natasha Mays

MA Fashion Futures

Graduate student (Merit) of London College of Fashion, studying MA Fashion Futures - a course that questions fashion through the lens of sustainability. Covering environmental, social and cultural aspects of sustainability has allowed me to expand and develop both my academic and practical fashion skills which are translated through my work.

My work is mixed media; using up-cycling, recycling, re-purposing and documentary style film making techniques to express and document my journey.

 

Winner!

UNV Upcycling Competition 2021

In collaboration with UNV Enactus, student designers were asked to create new clothes using only unwanted ones.

Prize: Featured in Eluxe Magazine

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Selected Participant!

WM Design Challenge 2021/22

Working with Waste Management and powered by Slow Factory, 6 participants have been chosen to engage in a 9-month challenge to create design solutions for fashion products, materials or systems that embrace regenerative practices.


Prize: Funding and showcasing of work at the 2022 WM Sustainability Forum.

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Awardee 20/21

Procter & Gamble Better Lives MA/MSc Scholarship

The Procter & Gamble Better Lives MA/MSc Awards of £5,000 each are available to 2 Home or International students currently enrolled on any masters course at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. 

Text: www.arts.ac.uk

  

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Awardee 20/21

Society of Dyers and Colourists Bursary

As an educational charity, SDC is committed to supporting people in their journey of colour education. Occasionally students may need a helping hand financially and we have funding available to offer a limited number of bursaries each year to students wishing to develop their knowledge through either academic or professional study.

Text: www.sdc.org.uk

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"Knowledge emerges only through...the restless, impatient, continuing, hopeful inquiry human beings pursue in this world"

Paulo Freire