Aristocrazy Design Bootcamp: a unique educational experience for young creators run by the London College of Fashion and centred on the practical application of design on the body.
Aristocrazy launches its project Aristocrazy Affairs at the Madrid Design Festival: a co-creation initiative and support for emerging female creative talents. With an extraordinary educational experience: on the 14th, 15th and 16th February, 12 young female creators, previously picked by a selection committee, will participate in the exclusive design bootcamp run by the prestigious London College of Fashion.
Jewels, Making and the Body: a programme whose purpose is to analyse the function of the object and the body in fashion, as well as the impact on producing traditional artisan jewellery and technologies. Two renowned lecturers from this academic institution —Dai Rees and Naomi Filmer—will run the workshop, applying the advanced methodologies from the Master of Arts entitled Fashion Artefact at the London College of Fashion.
The project has been designed for 12 young female designers with previous experience in any design field, between the ages of 18 and 28, who are familiar with material, direct and manual craft processes of creation (the making and the craft), beyond mere conceptual design.
Aristocrazy Design Bootcamp is a project designed by Nadie. The creative think tank for Aristocrazy.