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Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD) provides innovative education that is responsive to the ever changing creative and technological developments in the fashion industry and to produce graduates who possess the knowledge, skills, design passion and work ethic to be highly employable in their chosen profession.

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3 days ago

Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD)

BOKEH LAUNCH | This year CTCFD was asked to exhibit at the Annual BOKEH Fashion and Lifestyle Film Festival Launch which took place at The Yard, Silo District, V&A Waterfront. Selected work featured 3rd Year, Advanced Diploma and 2nd Year Avant Garde collections.

We were also treated to the VIP Bubbly and Brandy pairing with all our industry friends! Thank you to @bokehfff for hosting us again.
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3 days ago

Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD)

BOKEH LAUNCH | This year CTCFD was asked to exhibit at the Annual BOKEH Fashion and Lifestyle Film Festival Launch which took place at The Yard, Silo District, V&A Waterfront. Selected work featured 3rd Year, Advanced Diploma and 2nd Year Avant Garde collections.

We were also treated to the VIP Bubbly and Brandy pairing with all our industry friends! Thank you to @bokehfff for hosting us again.
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5 days ago

Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD)

Thank you Cape Town Fashion Council for hosting the Graduate Recruitment program today. CTCFD and participating graduates appreciated the opportunity to engage with Industry. Aimee Tatiana current Advanced Diploma student’s garment looked incredible immersed in the spectacular backdrop of Cape Town. ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD)

Jackie May and Luanne Slingerland of Twyg and Fashion Revolution curated the Sustainability Award at our Interactive Installation event, where they met with the third year and Advanced Diploma designers who had chosen to forefront sustainable practice in their collections.

After much deliberation, the award went to Salimah Rawat’s brand Alter the Label who has committed themselves to tackle the issue of waste generated by the fashion industry. For the A/W 2020 collection, the brand made use of carefully selected forgotten materials to create unique pieces and closing the loop of the design practice into a circular one.

Jackie May “Salimah’s collection addresses waste through upcycling and trans-seasonal design, without compromising style. She has successfully managed to create an aesthetic that is pleasing, and fashionable.”
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