Graduate Fashion week 2011

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Yep that’s little me lurking in Clare Potts‘ HUB project for Fashion Promotion at UCLan

Epsom UCA Promotion and Imaging portfolios and Magazine by Sophia Sabados

Salt Beachwear by lovely Rosa Falkenstein from Northumbria

Skull headwear by Daisy Shayler-Webb graduated from Fashion Design Innovation at Leeds

This year was my 3rd year visiting Graduate Fashion Week and it was a slightly scary surprise to see how strong the Fashion Promotion students were this year! The Epsom UCA stylists were fantastic! (looks like I should have stayed there for my degree…) At the moment, I’m studying a similar course to these graduates so I’m sensing strong competition in the future! Still, it was wonderful to browse brilliant portfolios, professional looking magazines and friend’s projects. Daisy’s above caught my eye straight away – I recognised her masking tape and thick black letters a mile away from when I used to perve on her sketchbooks on my Foundation course. I got very excited over the fun retro swimwear above – I’ve never seen anything like it and would definitely buy from Salt if the price was right! Wouldn’t you? It was lovely to chat to the designer Rosa who told me all about the processes. Lastly, lovely Clare showed me her amazing project which I ‘modelled’ in – a bloggers and students image and info network/source. Amazing work and I must say, a fantastic opportunity to style spot – everyone at Earls Court looked fantastic! Next year it’ll be my work there. *Gulp!*
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14 Replies to “Graduate Fashion week 2011”

  1. >eee i got really excited when i saw your pictures of the AUCB stall with the bunting and the caravan- thats my uni! the third years did such a good job, it was looovely 🙂 gfw was so inspiring, i love looking at other people's work! x

  2. >Hiya, just to let you know the Salt Beachwear designer is Rosa Falkenstein from Northumbria 🙂 Great blog

  3. >Awww man I wish I'd have gone now! I've had a dodgy ear infection for a while now though so I've been a bit of a hermit lately whilst I've been getting better. DEFINITELY going next year, looks like so much fun!

  4. >Oh wow amazing! I so love these exhibitions and fairs and shows. I always get inspired and I am filled with hope (or not, depends:)) ) when I see fashion graduates. Can't wait to see you there next year 😀

  5. >Wonderful, would be great if I could just pop over and visit it too! So exciting that you are studying this, wish I had done something similar. 🙂

  6. >lovely images!! Can I ask what course you do at uni, because I'm having a total melt down of what to do with my life and the posts about your course always seem so interesting! I'm really arty and create so it looks fun. thank you XXX

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  7. >Wow, everything looks so colorful and beautiful! All those little books and magazines look awesome! Sounds like so much fun. 🙂

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