The fashion design process - Royal College of Art
London's Royal College of Art started its fashion programme in 1948. It welcomes aspiring designers with undergraduate degrees and prepares them for fashion careers through technical workshops, specialist lectures, project critiques and work experience. The Future Fashion Now display (22 May 2009–31 January 2010) featured highlights from the RCA fashion MA graduates' final collections and revealed aspects of the design process: the research, the development and the technical skill.
Study room learning resources
Many prints and drawings that are not on display in the galleries can be seen in the Prints, Drawings and RIBA Architecture Study Rooms. To make it easier for teachers and lecturers to access the most popular material with groups, we have developed themed Study Room Resources which contain original prints and drawings.
The National Video Archive of Performance
The National Video Archive of Performance (NVAP) creates high quality archival recordings of live performance which are available for theatre researchers. It is the outcome of a unique agreement between the Federation of Entertainment Unions and the V&A Theatre and Performance Department.