Wednesday, 1 November 2017

British Fashion Colleges innovation & talent showcase -


This small island has a plethora of Art Colleges, and a history of creative innovation and experimentation, from Edinburgh to London, our colleges are inspiring students to create wonderful new ways of dressing our bodies & challenging convention.
Take a look at some of the best - plucked out by the British Fashion Council for recognition and award. 

 The work of Mathew Thomas, Lloyd James Husband, Gabriella Sardena, Polly Thomas
Ed Littles work

Ed Little

Ed Little

Gabriella Sardena
Manchester school of Art and CSM Textiles MA Graduate Gabriella Sardena's work focuses on textiles and surface textures, combining colours and fabrics to create innovative looks and materials.
Gabriella Sardena, Ian Richardson, Harriet Crowther

Gabriella Sardena

Harriet Crowther

Harriet Crowther, Ian Richardson, Jacob Kane Weir

Harriet Crowther

Ian Richardson


Ian Richardson
Ian Richardson, who was awarded British Fashion Council sponsorship this year, combined 60s silhouettes with and 70s' "domestic consumerism" – resulting in a collection of colourful womenswear pieces featuring fabrics printed with catalogue pages. 






Lloyd James Husband


Mathew Needham

Polly Thomas


Polly Thomas

Sardena specialises in Womenswear at Central Saint Martins;
Crowther Specialises in Menswear at Sheffield Hallam University; 

Richardson specialises in Womenswear at the University of Westminster;
Weir specialises in Menswear at the Manchester School of Art;
Garratt specialises in Menswear Knitwear at Central Saint Martins;
Husband specialises in Menswear at the University of Westminster;
Needham specialises in Menswear Womenswear at Central Saint Martins

Thomas specialises in Womenswear at the Edinburgh College of Art.

Copy Schelay McCarter 
images - courtesy of the BFC

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