|Wenyue (Doris) Zhang’s collection inspired by the Peking opera. Copyright © Toph McGrillis|
The top 20 student designers from this year’s Northumbria University Fashion course will participate in the high-profile London Graduate Fashion Week catwalk shows from 5 June to 8 June 2016. This will be an opportunity for them to showcase their designs and compete with other graduating fashion students as the country’s rising fashion stars.
Students from Fashion, Fashion Design and Marketing and Fashion Communication, will also be showing their final undergraduate year work on the Northumbria Graduate Fashion Week stand.
Courtney Simon’s SIMON.C collection. Copyright © Toph McGrillis
Seen left - Courtney Simon’s ‘SIMON.C’ collection was inspired by not only The Apartheid but also her Caribbean heritage.
Her highly personal womenswear collection highlights some of the key quotes from the Apartheid period and Caribbean culture, including mirror image detail, African print and garment inspiration from African robes.
|Megan Bramhald’s collection. Copyright © Toph McGrillis|
Northumbria University is renowned for nurturing the talent of its fashion students, ensuring they develop their creativity and reach their full potential, so that they are equipped to enter such a highly competitive industry.
Previous alumni have joined the ranks of internationally renowned fashion houses and companies, including Burberry, DKNY, Lanvin, Paul Smith, Karen Millen, ASOS, and Zara among many others.
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