When it comes to a field like fashion, location is the key factor. Fashion and design lie in the people and culture of a place, hence they cannot be taught just through books. They are driven by the inspiration that comes out of a rich history and heritage that is reflected in the current times as well. As London is the nerve centre of fashion, its streets throb with the innate style of a fashion forward crowd. It is also the meeting point of several other cultures, both cosmopolitan and ethnic, that makes it a unique centre of knowledge and education for a student of art and design. The architecture and the impeccably maintained historic sites also provide the aspirants of interior space styling with a wide spectrum of reference and inspiration.
London School of Trends a premier fashion school with over two decades of rich experience in the fashion and design industry. We feel proud to have molded the careers of several top names in fashion. LST believes in nurturing the talent and creativity of its students to bring out their maximum potential. Our teaching methodology maximizes student-teacher interaction through project-based assignments and practical hands-on training, so students are real-world prepared for a career in the fashion and design industry.
LST has close associations with institutions globally and exclusively with INIFD in Asia. This is the reason why we take extra care to reach out to candidates of foreign origin and ensure that they get the best fashion training that a city like London has to offer, at a cost that is affordable. We make sure that when candidates sign up for a program with LST, they get the best options for staying, studying and experiencing the intense and bustling fashion capital and its colorful culture. We understand student apprehensions and have designed our program to suit student's educational needs and provide a stable environment.
Proud To Be Accredited by The British Accreditation Council.
The British Accreditation Council (BAC) is an independent body, established in 1984 'to improve and enhance the standards of independent further and higher educational institutions by the establishment of a system of accreditation'. The British Accreditation Council (BAC) is an independent body, established in 1984 'to improve and enhance the standards of independent further and higher educational institutions by the establishment of a system of accreditation'. BAC works in close collaboration with accreditation schemes operated by the British Council (in the field of English as a Foreign Language) and the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council. The system of accreditation established by the three bodies was described by the Rt. Hon. John MacGregor, as Secretary of State in 1990, as 'the only public guarantee of standards in independent institutions of further and higher education in the UK'. LST has been recognized efficiently by the British Accreditation Council as a short course provider for Further and Higher Education.