British Fashion Council
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|Predecessor||Incorporated Society of London Fashion Designers, Fashion Industry Action Group|
|Formation||6 January 1983|
|Purpose||Promote British fashion in the UK and internationally|
|Website||British Fashion Council|
The main activities of the BFC are:
- Organising London Fashion Week
- Managing the annual British Fashion Awards
- Developing fashion higher education and apprenticeships in the United Kingdom and their relationship with the British fashion industry.
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