British Fashion Council
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Based in London and currently chaired by Harold Tillman, who took over from friend Sir Stuart Rose, its main goal is to promote British fashion design across the world. Its joint Chief Executive is Caroline Rush.
The main activities of the BFC are:
- Organizing the London Fashion Week
- Managing the annual British Fashion Awards
- Managing the Colleges Council which aims at developing fashion higher education in the United Kingdom and its relationship with the British fashion industry.
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