Outfitting Britain: My Latest Project!

Fashion Week may be well under way but instead of prowling the lumpy paths of Somerset House, I’ve mainly been constructing my portfolio and working on getting my new blog design live! I’ve also been working on this project which I hope you’ll like! It’s a short TV show concept mock-up, used as a sort of pitch to show what kind of thing we should be seeing on our TV screens these days.

The project came about as a mixture of delight and wonder at the creativity of current British food programmes (Jamie Cooks Summer and Great British Bake off!) mixed with frustration and confusion as to why the same idea can’t be applied to clothing and fashion. Since the recession began, we’ve been told to shop more and support British made industries, so why don’t we see more classy, educational shows like mine encouraging young people to understand Β the situation and be excited and inspired to buy British?Β 


My programme would be 5 episodes long, each featuring a different part of the presenters’ outfit. This one is about jewellery, in particular one of my favourites – Tatty Devine! I do hope you’ll take a look at my little show – I was advised by my tutor to present the show, just as a way of adding context so feel free to have a good giggle at my noob-ness when I speak! Thank you to everyone who helped me realise it!

The Show!


20 Replies to “Outfitting Britain: My Latest Project!”

  1. I am curious to find out what blog system you are working with? I’m experiencing some minor security problems with my latest website and I’d like to find something more risk-free. Do you have any solutions?

  2. Hi there! Quick question that’s totally off topic. Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly? My blog looks weird when viewing from my apple iphone. I’m trying to find a theme or plugin that might be able to resolve this problem. If you have any suggestions, please share. Many thanks!

  3. This is INCREDIBLE! I can’t believe how professional it is, I sort of went straight to the video without reading and expected it to be some bbc production, truly amazed!! XX

  4. Oh lovely, this is such a sweet video! Yet at the same time you’ve picked a really intriguing topic. I’m definitely curious to see some more πŸ™‚ It’s so nicely and professionally shot and edited too.

    Florrie x

  5. >Wow this was awesome, I wanna see more! You're an excellent presenter too, far less irritating than what I usually see on tv! πŸ™‚

  6. >Oh wow I love it! I didnt want it to stop, I wanted to see the rest! πŸ™‚
    I hope you post the other videos up, would love to see the rest!
    I totally agree with you, there isn't enough interesting programs educating us about fashion and especially british fashion! Something I'm passionate about myself!

  7. >I think its great and something i would defiantly watch!!
    I love Tatty Devine and enjoy reading your blog.

  8. >Wow, that is amazing! I am in constant awe of what you make and put together both for your course and for your blog. Good luck with the project!

  9. >This is wonderful! It really made me smile πŸ™‚ and I even spotted myself in this video as I modelled the Tatty Devine S/S12 and one of my photos was in the window of the shop πŸ™‚

    Well done for creating this lovely piece! You should be very proud xx

  10. >This is so professionally made! You should be embarrassed you're very natural in front of the camera. I was rather disappointed when I realised it was only three minutes long! xx

  11. >Wow this is amazing, I didn't want it to end! You are a natural too! I'm tempted to buy another name necklace now…

  12. >This looks so good Lucy, loved the video! You have such patience to have fiddled around (possible wrong phrasing!) so much for the opening sequence (: Great to see you however briefly yesterday sweet! xx

  13. >Aww Lucy that video was fab! I'm sure you're going to do really well in that project. I can't wait to see your new blog design, I bet it's going to be all lovely and colourful!

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