The most dramatic collection of the whole show, it was fun watching the billowing silk whipping all the granny faces in the front row. Edward interned at Alexander McQueen and I think the influence is quite clear in this collection. My favourite has to be the fur coat, so classic and dramatic. Congratulations to Edward for getting through to the Gala show at Graduate Fashion Week too.
I kind of loved how simple this collection was, beautiful prints with very down to earth styling. Totally reminds me of how my friend Kim would dress every day if she could.
Sioban contacted me before the show to ask if it it was ok to use me as her customer for this collection. I was so excited to see what she had created and it didn’t disappoint; strong silhouettes and beautiful colour clashing, I love the multiple waistline (2nd right) and the jewellery adds a pop-art fun feel. Her website is definitely worth checking out with some beautiful sketchbook imagery and capsule collections.
A really lush and alive looking collection with great textures and cutting.
I really liked Tallulah’s collection, every outfit was shredded in a different material from jersey to felt. So obsessed with the first coat, it had huge patch pockets on the side too which unfortunately you can’t really see in the photos.
A beautiful intriguing menswear collection with so any different levels to look at, it reminded me of designers Child of the Jago; very moody, tailored and laid back.
Graphic and chic, enough said.
Amazing subtle nudie porno prints that make you look twice. I loved the mesh overlay on the tee’s and the crinkle jeans were a nice touch.
Jenna Lauren Dawson
A beautiful romantic collection with incredible detailed prints and embroidery.
Great prints, textures and colours; a graduate show wouldn’t be complete without a pair of fluffy legs.
A beautifully fluid collection with popping colours and dreamy sheer trousers.
So last week I headed down to Bristol to see the UWE Graduate Show. These are my favourites from the first half, more to come!