Catherine Fuller, a leader in the fashion world of the London School of fashion, announced her retirement in the womens bikinis sale business of nearly 40 years.
Nicola Johnson, a joint course leader, will play the role full-time from next month, while Catherine will continue teaching until the end of the school year. The insight of underwear can be revealed.
Speaking of her decision, Fuller said, “the London School of fashion is a part of my life since I was 70 years old.
“I left a passionate team, enthusiastic about my teaching. We are proud of all the graduates. They are now working in all parts of the world, not just in the UK.”
Fuller studied women’s wear in LCF in the late 1970s and fell in love with a piece of Chantilly lace in her second years later.
After graduation, she worked at the production department of Wallis fashion group and then applied for a design for underwear.
“One day, I saw my dream job advertisement, as an underwear designer, Julia and her husband, Charles Grahame production manager,” she said. “When I worked with Julia, I took part in the underwear design.”
Fuller moved to California in early 80s, she was the secret of the Vitoria free designer, Nord and Messi at the Department store.
She eventually became a buyer of Messi’s department store and continued to work for the retailer for four years, and she was tempted to go back to the womens bikinis sale world before she returned to London.
“As a loyal brand manager, I sold my brand and fortune in the UK, Europe, Middle East and the US, and the secret of Victoria is my biggest customer,” Fuller said.
It was in her time to be faithful to her LCF course tutor, Alex Roll, to ask her to provide some lectures.
Fuller later joined the short course team at the University and became the deputy manager of business and the director of the study in LCF.
She was the leader in the fashion outline course in April 2013.
Taking into account her role, she said, “since the beginning of the course, our application has doubled two times, the number of students has doubled, and the academic performance and employability of students have increased year by year.
I want to thank all the industry partners who work with us, who cooperate with us in projects, donations, or providing student placement and employment. Their support is so great that I can’t thank them.
“I will be devoted to my master’s degree thesis on the study and teaching of art, design and communication, and may write a book! “