“We are a fleeting moment away from Chinese fashion education advancing forward,” said Kuryshchuk.
“I can’t imagine the Chinese fashion industry not taking this opportunity to [upgrade] their own vigorous fashion education system and keep the talent and funds inside the country,” said Kuryshchuk.
“Chinese students really like to shop,” said designer Susan Fang, who graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2015.
Kuryshchuk pointed out that Covid-19 is only accelerating an exodus of not only Chinese students, but international students in general, from the British fashion industry.
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