Dilys Williams

Director

Dilys Williams is a fashion designer, collaborator and facilitator of change. She trained at Manchester Metropolitan University and holds a professorship at UAL. Since 2008, she has been instrumental in the set up and development of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion (part of London College of Fashion), which was established to provoke and challenge the status quo of fashion through designing solutions that balance ecology, society and culture. As the director, Williams has developed the groundbreaking MA Fashion and the Environment course, drawing on her work with designers including Katharine Hamnett. For her work, Williams was featured on the Evening Standard’s London’s Progress 1000 list in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Williams also holds advisory roles to business and academic institutions, as well as regularly contributing to platforms including the Guardian, ShowSTUDIO and Salt magazine.

Dilys Williams is a fashion designer, collaborator and facilitator of change. She trained at Manchester Metropolitan University and holds a professorship at UAL. Since 2008, she has been instrumental in the set up and development of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion (part of London College of Fashion), which was established to provoke and challenge the status quo of fashion through designing solutions that balance ecology, society and culture. As the director, Williams has developed the groundbreaking MA Fashion and the Environment course, drawing on her work with designers including Katharine Hamnett. For her work, Williams was featured on the Evening Standard’s London’s Progress 1000 list in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Williams also holds advisory roles to business and academic institutions, as well as regularly contributing to platforms including the Guardian, ShowSTUDIO and Salt magazine.

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