Sumary of Burberry renews its ReBurberry program in partnership with the BFC:
- Burberry says: Based on the principle that creativity opens doors, this program encourages the next generation to rethink their creative methods and their sourcing of raw materials.
- Caroline Rush, BFC’s Executive Director, adds: Encouraging the sector to move towards a circular economy while supporting excellence in fashion design is high on the BFC’s agenda.
- Burberry continues its commitment alongside the British Fashion Council (BFC).
- We are proud to be working again with the British Fashion Council to help emerging talent achieve their ambitions, while emphasizing the importance of eco-responsibility and circularity practices.
- Nicole Lovett, Director of Sustainability Programs at Burberry, says: “We really want to support the next generation of talented creatives while doing everything we can to protect the environment.
- Through its Institute of Positive Fashion and its BFC Colleges Council, the BFC plays the role of intermediary and passes on Burberry donations to the young creatives and designers of tomorrow, who can thus try their hand with different fabrics from previous collections.
- More than 30 UK fashion schools and universities will benefit, including Edinburgh College of Art and the University of Brighton.