I am a contemporary jewellery artist currently studying BA Jewellery and Accessories at Middlesex University with a strong interest in experimenting, installations and pushing the boundaries of contemporary art. I have been fond of jewellery making since childhood but after few “questionable” decisions by a younger version of me I decided to pursuit another career path. Almost a decade later (I know!) I believe I have finally discovered my real passion and as cheesy and it sounds my inner peace. I have found jewellery making to be one the greatest forms of art allowing me to reveal my potential as an artist and fulfil...
AIMEE is based in London, United Kingdom. She studied at Central Saint Martins and graduated in 2012. Her collections are produced in United Kingdom.
I have a passion for manipulating fabric and combining textiles in fashion and hope to pursue this love in my career as a designer in London. I will be graduating from my fashion degree in Bristol this summer, having been fortunate enough to study in both Bristol and in Rotterdam. I'm inspired by artists and photographers alike who retain a minimalist element within their work. I have specialised in womenswear within fashion, investigating innovative textiles including print and fabric manipulation. My main interest lies in pattern cutting creating feminine, delicate tailoring with an edge of rawness.
I am a women’s knitwear designer, specialising in feral, digital and hand knit. I am passionate about colour and developing my skills in garment construction and combining new techniques with traditional methods. My style of design is technical sportswear mixed with casual ease using knitwear and combining them with sportswear detailing and fabrics. One of my main passions and strengths is communication and organisation within fashion. I have taken part in organising catwalks at university and was part of the fund-raising team which successfully raised £13,000.
My name is Anjali D’Souza I am a London based printed textile designer. Since graduating with a BA (Hons) in Textile Design from the Chelsea College of Art & Design where I specialised in digital and printed textile, I have continued to develop my creative design skills through a varied range of work experience in commercial companies, contemporary design houses and textile companies; from Alexander McQueen, Peter Jensen and the Arcadia Group, to Ratan Textile in India and STYLESIGHT. I am passionate about colour, pattern and textiles, my experience and strengths lye in both digital and printed textiles along with fabric manipulations and printing and dyeing techniques. ...
I am a Fashion graduate from the University of Northampton. I have a passionate interest in concept and design with a fascination in the development of 2D into 3D. I have experience in many areas of the fashion industry, such as pattern cutting; design; illustration and behind the scenes at national fashion shows for catwalk preparation. I have skills and knowledge essential for conceiving ideas and developing into a successful product.
Josie's graduate collection was a luxury swimwear collection with printed accessories and bags. She is fascinated by all the new technologies available to the design industry and how we use them. Her collection was wholly digital and it’s key feature was the use of photoshop to merge and enhance mostly reptile skin and architecture outline with abstract painting at the background to create unique prints.
Chiara Pavan is an accessories designer based in London. She graduated from the MA Fashion Artefact course at the London College of Fashion in 2014 after studying Accessories, Jewellery and Textiles Design at the Italian University Politecnico of Milan. She obtained the certification in Granulation, reticulation and fusing with silver at Central Saint Martin, Shoe Pattern cutting at Central Saint Martin, Small leather accessories at London College of Fashion.
I am an ambitious, committed and hard working BA(Hons) Fashion Design graduate. I specialise in womenswear, but also have some experience in footwear and textiles. My designs are often very feminine yet quirky. I love to work with shape, colour and embellishment. I draw inspiration from day to day life, places I visit, things I see and very often the nature. Illustrating is one of my favourite stages in the design process. My interest in fashion evolved from my love of art, painting, drawing and photography.
Emma Johnson is a Womens wear/print designer. Graduate of De Montfort university, in BA hons Fashion design. She is passionate about any aspect of fashion, particularly print design. Drape, 3D stand work and full shapes are her definitive niche.
I am a recent graduate of Fashion BA (Hons) at Manchester School of Art, and I am now seeking a new opportunity. I have experience in Luxury RTW and High-Street womenswear design, and have a good knowledge of both garment and print design.
Graduating from Winchester School of Art in 2011, Felicity Gray is a womenswear designer with sharp attention to detail, cut and silhouette and an instinctive love for colour.
Frank graduated with a Bachelor of Arts First Class Honours Degree in Silversmithing and Jewellery. His work is predominately influenced by the Modernist and Minimalist Art Movements of the 20th Century, including the works of Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson and Donald Judd.
My work is very much inspired by nature and science and combining the old and the new. I love to explore new medias whether for my drawings or for my final products. My drawings reflect how I want my final creations to be, whether small and detailed or large and expressive. I also try and capture beauty in things in which most would not normally have it. I am hard working, passionate and highly creative; I am also a highly motivated person. I am exploring and researching new technologies that I would love to try and use in my work.
I graduated from the University of Northampton with a 1st class BA HONS degree in Fashion, I am a womenswear designer that utilises print, knit, colour and interesting shape. I draw inspiration for past and current, work and collections, from “the everyday”, places, sights and scenes. The textiles and prints I produce often derive directly from my own images and photography.
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My aim is to have a career in the fashion industry eventually establishing my own fashion label and lines. During my degree I did an internship at Sierra Productions. The company has manufacturing facilities and a boutique through which they sell evening garments and wedding dresses. They also make measure to wear. Working with them taught me customer management, office and industrial skills. It also taught me how different types of fabrics work well with certain styles such as wedding dresses, evening dresses, and casual clothing. I also learnt different techniques of pattern cutting and garment construction. I gained great insight into how the fashion...