I-Hub General Trading Company, provides support for Companies operating in different sectors, who are carrying out or researching business activities in the MENA Region. The I-Hub provides space and facilities for companies to work in UAE and facilitate their access all over the Gulf.
British Fashion Council (BFC) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to further the interests of the British fashion industry and its designer businesses by harnessing and sharing collective knowledge, experience and resources of the sector. Based in London and formed in 1983, the BFC is funded by industry patrons, commercial sponsors and the government including the Mayor of London and the European Regional Development Fund.
Camera Nazionale della moda Italiana
The National Chamber of Italian Fashion is a non-profit organization, whose purpose is the promotion, coordination of the Italian fashion industry and the training of young Italian designers. It was founded in 1958.
Mode à Paris
The Fédération Française de la Couture, du Prêt-à-Porter des Couturiers et des Créateurs de Mode was founded in 1973. Presided over by Ralph Toledano (President of PUIG Fashion Division), elected by the representatives of the houses which constitute its membership, the Fédération is the executive body for each of the specific Chambres Syndicales and is directed by Pascal Morand, Executive President who implements the policy decided by the Executive Committee.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA) is a not-for-profit trade association, founded in 1962, whose membership consists of more than 500 of America’s foremost womenswear, menswear, jewelry and accessory designers.
The CFDA foundation, Inc. is a separate not-for-profit organization, which was created to raise funds for charity and industry activities.
The American University in the Emirates – AUE as we are affectionately known – is one of the most rapidly growing universities in the United Arab Emirates. Why do so many students want to study here? This is partly because AUE offers an American curriculum, with a General Education undergraduate core, taught by highly regarded faculty members, who seek to engage our students in excellent learning experiences, as well as enthusiastic alumni recommendations.
The school was founded in Milan in 1935 by the tailor Giulio Marangoni, at first the school trained mainly pattern makers and seamstresses.
A London campus was opened in a former textile factory at 30 Fashion Street, Spitalfields, in 2003.
A Paris campus on avenue Raymond-Poincaré opened in October 2006.
In 2013 the Paris School of Fashion moved to 48 rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris.
A Shanghai campus opened its doors in 2012.