With direct source materials - archival garments and textiles, FATE delivers a pluralistic approach to fashion communication and from an ethnographically diverse approach to studying hand techniques, unique materials and fabric manipulation for the creation of contemporary fashion design. FATE works with universities, associations and foundations such as Central St. Martins, London College of Fashion - University of the Arts, London, University of Westminster - London, Middlesex University - London, Akademie Mode And Design - Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Wiesbaden, Munich and Berlin, Morley College London.
Lecturing and teaching:
Experimental Textiles, Tailoring, Pre-Cutting Project, Fashion Design with Marketing B.A., Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UK.
London Street Style; Fashion’s Subcultural Icons Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UK.
Sustainable Fashion Colour and Dyeing, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UK.
Syllabus development for B.A. Applied Humanities Fashion Studies, University of Arizona at Central St. Martins, University of the Arts London, UK.
History of Western Sportswear, London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, UK
Alaia Azzedine Project, Lectures for CSM Fashion Department B.A. and M.A., Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UK.
18th Century Fashion and Textiles of Western and non-Western Cultures, Fashion Design Women's/Menswear B.A.,Visiting Lecturer, University of Westminster, UK.
Fashion Design Diversity, Ethnographic & Folk Dress for Fashion & Textiles Design, Fashion Design Womens/Menswear, Fashion Communication, Fashion Styling B.A.,Visiting Lecturer & syllabus development, Middlesex University - University of London Fashion, UK.
Sustainability and Innovation in Fashion, The M-notch collar c.1816 with Master Tailor, London Street Style, Fashion Design & Management, Fashion Design B.A., Akademie Mode and Design Munich Fashion Journalism & Communication, Germany.
1930’s 1940’s, 1950’s Costume & Fashion, Victorian Fashion: 1830’s - 1880’s; Corsetry , Costume & Fashion Design department, Morley College London, UK.