Sunday, 22 June 2014

Graduate Fashion Week Roundup 2014

Even though I didn't like the new location of Graduate Fashion Week in The Old Truman Brewery it was to much of a maze with no window and felt a lot more crowded then Earls Court however the talent was most impressive. 

These were my favourite graduate collections

Atosa Nikkhah – Northbrook College
Atosa Nikkhah collect was probably most on trend with the ART SCHOOL TREND inspired by the likes of Chanel, Prada, Celine, and Calvin Klein.      
Claudio Cutugno - IED (International)
Claudio Cutugno collection had a dark knight vader feel to it with a some what sophisticated twisted.  
Kimberely Blackburn - University of Central Lancashire
A textual tribal collection was another show stopper. 

Rebecca Damla Saygi- Nottingham Trent
Rebecca Damla Saygi brought her collection to new dimensions. Not only were 3D glasses used as an accessory in her collect but they also made the print three dimensional. Everyone in the audience were given a pair so the clothes literally jumped out at them. I was really surprised she didn't win anything or didn't even get into the gala show as her collect is so original and still authentically pleasing.  


Grace Weller - Bath Spa University
Winner George Gold Award & Womenwear Award 

Rebecca Rimmer - Runner up for the George Gold Award 

Image Source: Tristan Fewings/Getty Images Europe 

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