Burberry expands the ReBurberry program with the BFC

Sumary of Burberry expands the ReBurberry program with the BFC:

  • ReBurberry Fabric Program – DR Launched in 2020 with the BFC, the program provides surplus fabric donations to fashion students, recycling surplus fabric and preventing it from going to waste.
  • Burberry’s partnership with the British Fashion Council (BFC) continues to support worthy causes.
  • Embodiing our belief that creativity opens up spaces, this program encourages the next generation to consider new ways of thinking about their creative methods and sourcing of materials and gives them the opportunity to develop tomorrow’s approach to design and production.
  • With this second donation, the total amount of reused fabric exceeds 12,000 meters and goes to more than 30 fashion schools and universities in the UK, including Edinburgh College of Art and the University of Brighton.
  • The program also provides a blueprint for brands and universities to work together to offer practical support We are proud to partner with the British Fashion Council once again to help diverse emerging talent achieve their ambitions, whilst reinforcing of sustainable practices and circularity.
  • Through its Institute of Positive Fashion and the BFC Colleges Council, the BFC is helping Burberry donations, which include a variety of fabrics from past collections, reach young creatives and emerging designers.
  • The UK-based luxury fashion house is donating again to the ReBurberry Fabric program to support creative communities and promote a circular economy.

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