Learning encompasses adaptable and interactive workshops, discussion groups, debates, seminars, storytelling and curatorial elements, as well as public and community outreach programs that draw on our wide network of collaborators and partners to address why we wear what we wear in a playful, intelligent and insightful way. 

Rather than conventional top-down education, we offer dialogue and bottom-across learning. Dealing with topics like the implications of diversity, fashion as politics, the democratic fashion paradox, the value of in- and out-groups, and the way cultural, social, economic and symbolic capital affects how we consume and produce fashion, all learning programs can be easily adapted to speak to all from corporate management and company staff, to students and industry influencers, and communities otherwise sidelined due to geography, class or ethnicity.