A taste of this year's "outstanding" fashion graduates.
15 Aug 2013
There will be 30 Fashion and Textiles BA(Hons) students displaying weave, print and knit creations from at a fashion show at London’s Candid Arts Centre, Angel, on 20 June.
Red painted doors on gothic buildings and the “blood of Christ” inspired Lucy Lee’s new “Red” collection.While she was studying, Lucy, from Rye, East Sussex, worked as an intern at Hermione de Paula and Giles. Her designs featured in a cat walk show for a selected audience at the faculty’s Grand Parade campus in Brighton.
Faculty of Arts lecturer, Jake Leith, said: “The standard of design and crafting skills from all final year students this year has been outstanding and the creations would grace the windows of many fashions houses.”
Ben Rice’s “MASSIVE” collection was inspired by the band Massive Attack and the music scene in his home city of Bristol. The BA(Hons) Fashion with Business Studies student worked with COS Menswear Design team.
Another BA(Hons) Fashion with Business Studies student, Max Robinson, looked to the Jacobean era for his “Looks Dangerous…You Go First” collection of what he terms “sportswear”. Max, from Manchester, worked with Bernhard Willhelm (Paris) and Henrik Vibskov.