TONI&GUY Supports BFC Foundation Initiatives

We’re delighted to announce our support at the BFC Foundation event held at The Design Museum, London.

Today, we’re delighted to announce our support to the British Fashion Council's Annual Programme of Talent Support, including recipients of their latest grant giving initiatives and talent support schemes, as announced at the BFC Foundation event held earlier this afternoon at The Design Museum, London.

The BFC Foundation supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on Education, Grant-Giving & Business Mentoring.


BFC NEWGEN is the most established talent identification scheme globally and designers are identified by their creativity, strong design aesthetic and point of difference. Supporting the very best emerging talent and aims to build global, high-end fashion brands of the future.

BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund

Congratulations to Richard Quinn on winning the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund. He will be awarded a £200,000 cash prize and a mentoring programme with access to funders, industry experts and pro-bono legal services.

BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund

Established in 2013, the BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund aims to celebrate exceptional talent and empower businesses to play their part in positive growth through bespoke business mentoring, professional services, and awarding of a £150,000 cash prize.

BFC Fashion Trust

The BFC Fashion Trust empowers positive business growth through financial grants and mentoring. It supports projects that enable brands to think strategically and accelerate sustainable growth through finance, business support, and pro-bono legal services.

The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design

Congratulations to Saul Nash on winning the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. His modern interpretation of knitwear challenges preconceived ideas surrounding sportswear, emphasising movement and performance whilst minimising waste.