The Fashion School

The Fashion School

From Mary Quant and Manolo Blahnik to Ossie Clark and Vivienne Westwood, the King’s Road is recognised as a fashion highway; the home to many names we recognise today and it’s not likely to stop there.

The Fashion School, founded by Caroline Gration, has opened its second school for budding designers, where children from 6+, teens and adults are taught innovative fashion design and can develop a healthy attitude towards fashion. With weekly fashion classes, holiday workshops or private tuition on offer, you won’t just get to grips with the how-tos of sewing, you will also learn about the journey of your fabric and essential design skills.

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This April, they will support Fashion Revolution Week (22-28 April) – the global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. The goal is to unite the fashion industry and ignite a revolution to radically change the way in which our clothes are sourced, produced and produced.


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In line with government guidelines, our shops and restaurants remain open only for essential retail, virtual shopping appointments, takeaway food and click and collect services.

But our Christmas lights are sparkling, the Fine Food market will continue to take place on Duke of York Square’s running track each Saturday (with full safety measures in place) and many of our restaurants will deliver their delicious food to the comfort of your home. Pavilion Road, a stone’s throw away, also remains open and pedestrianised to make your food shopping more pleasurable.

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We look forward to seeing you again soon.