Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Regent's University of London Graduate Fashion Show 2018

Regent's University of London held their graduate fashion show where the fashion students were able to present their own signature style designs.

Alison De Meirsman
Tilted 'The Warp Parade', Alison De Meirsman's collection incorprates random stone washed, bleached and dyed denim, a 1950's print and transparent asymmetric layers of silk and organdie.

Nouras Obeid
Titled 'Misplaced Digits', Noura Obeid was inspired by Surrealism and a temporary escape from reality. Colour palette inspired by photography of Sanja Marusic.

Takwa Dalbani 
Ttitled 'Drifter 1967', Takwa Dalbani was inspired by the 'make love not war' peace movement in San Franciso during the summer of love 1967. Flowing silhouettes, colourful palette and transparent textures to celebrate the vibrancy of that era.

Rojia Hatami
Titled 'Chaotic Splendour', Rojia Hatami's collection is of exaggerated, voluminous pieces gathered with the use of leather straps, Inspired by the tranquility that exists after a storm. 

Unnati Shah
Titled 'A Proper Woman', Unnati Shah explores details from saris such as layering, pleating, gathering and the asymmetrical silhouette to create a contemporary collection

Laura Gadza Cermak 
Titled 'Where's F***ing Wonderland?',Laura Gadza Cermak was inspired by Alice in Wonderland and the idea of hell - things not always as they seem 

Kripali Rajwani 
Titled 'G-Cube2', Kripali Rajwani was inspired by Tetris, a primary game introduced in 1984. Kripali translated its simplicity and minimalism into a collection of cuboid shapes, bright colours and blocks 

Ilyes Ouali 
Titled 'Frozen Trash'. It tells a story of a rich couple's life in a French ski station in the 80's. the clash of evening wear and technical ski wear shows the underlying reality of their happy times. Climbing accessories refers to the final chapter when they decide to throw themselves from the top of a mountain.

Celine Klein
Titled 'Creatures des Bois' , Celine Klein was inspired by the mythological spirit of nature- the Nymph. Ruffles grow sporadically out of the seams as though nature is blossoming out of this mythical recreation in order to adorn the wearer.

Srimah Khan 
Titled ' Ardour: The Heat of Passion' , Srimah Khan was Inspired by organic forms and the texture of fungi using oversized silhouettes. Masculine shirts with feminine elements show the woman as strong & confident yet beautiful & delicate

Ziyu Wu
Titled 'The Abandoned Doll in the Corner', Ziyu Wu's collection represents vunerable women in society by emulating the form of a broken doll. Design elements are various differing simulations of body parts and joints.

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