Crescent Lodge has created the latest prospectus for the London College of Fashion. Targeted at school-leavers, the prospectus uses as much colour as possible in a bid to reflect its close fashion links. Designer Klarissa Pfisterer used a focal tone process, enabling the colours in the prospectus to be achieved with four-colour printing. Applicants for September entry to the college will start to receive their prospectuses at the end of this month.
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