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UK manufacturers call for action on migration

UK manufacturers have warned the fashion industry could face a “severe” shortage of skilled workers if a recommendation to restrict the migration of workers comes into force after Brexit.

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Fashion Week de Londres: 80 défilés, Burberry en tête d'affiche


"The sector is anxious and worried," said Tamara Cincik, founder of Fashion Roundtable, a consulting firm interviewed by AFP. "Until Brexit is decided, it is difficult for companies to make the necessary adjustments because they do not know what the impact will be on their business.”

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New-Look Burberry tops the bill at London Fashion Week

"The industry is anxious and worried and uncertainty is never good for the mood of anyone, let alone an industry based on freedom of movement," Tamara Cincik, founder and CEO of consultancy firm Fashion Roundtable, told AFP.

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How Will Brexit Impact the UK Fashion Industry?

Stylist Tamara Cincik set up Fashion Roundtable to make sure the industry’s concerns were heard. ‘Fishing makes £1.4 billion for the UK economy, fashion almost £30 billion, but we only hear about cod,’ she says. ‘I know of two long-established London brands, one in accessories, one in women’s and menswear, moving to Portugal, and a large fash-tech business looking to relocate its logistics to Italy. With a hard Brexit or no deal, swathes of fashion firms expect to leave,’

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Brexit casts shadow on London Fashion Week

A study by consultants Fashion Roundtable found 96 percent of business leaders in the British industry voted to stay in the EU. Their almost unanimous hostility to Brexit reflects a feeling across much of British cultural life, but also the fears of a sector strongly dependent on international trade.

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New-look Burberry tops the bill at London Fashion Week

"The industry is anxious and worried and uncertainty is never good for the mood of anyone, let alone an industry based on freedom of movement," Tamara Cincik, founder and CEO of consultancy firm Fashion Roundtable, told AFP.

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La Brexit non spaventa moda e lusso

"While many brands have moved logistics beyond the borders of the UK, many others are particularly concerned about the current political chaos and are waiting to understand what will happen before making strategic decisions on relocation” - explains Tamara Cincik, founder of Fashion Roundtable, secretariat of the parliamentary intergroup for fashion textiles. [Translated]

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LFW: Fears for fashion after Brexit

Tamara says “If it’s difficult to get to the country, if you can’t get the access to models, to talents, the clothes, I don’t think you’d be able to justify spending the money as a young designer to showcase in London.”

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Fashion Prepares for Brexit Disaster

“I don’t think anyone’s prepared,” said Tamara Cincik, founder and chief executive of Fashion Roundtable. “I don’t think they’re prepared, and that worries me.”

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UK Fashion Industry Faces Uncertain Future After Brexit Deal Voted Down

“After two years of not knowing what the outcome might be, we still today are unsure of what might happen,” said Tamara Cincik, founder and CEO of Fashion Roundtable. “Combine this with the issues to bricks and mortar retail and you have a perfect storm.”