The University of Brighton unveiled its Fall/Winter 2915-16 Graduation Collections during the Graduate Fashion Week. The show featured the menswear collections of Prash Muraleetharan, Jeni Harrison, Amy Lamb, Lois Woodford and Tobias Knights.
Kjell De Meersman is a 20 years old fashion student at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. His second year collection was inspired by the members of the Guinea Pig Club during the Second World War. The Guinea… »
Taiwanese designer ChingLin is a fashion design student at Shih-Chien University. His Graduate Collection titled “Somewhere i have never travelled“, was inspired by the “boy that drifts into a deep sleep, and he fails to forget someone. In his vivid… »
WE ARE MORTALS is an evolutionary gender-free streetwear brand designed and produced in the heart of the creative downtown Los Angeles fashion district. The launch of their initial collection delivers a futuristic look with bold geometric… »
Adam White-Jones, a student from London College of Fashion, presents his Graduate collection in collaboration with Textile designer Hannah Brooks. Titled ‘Dirty Paws‘ the collection is based on the use of Christian allegories and symbolism in media aimed… »
Today we’re introducing Collen Allen, a very talented 19 years old menswear designer from Chicago, that will be in her second year student at Parsons the New School for Design.
Taiwanese designer 周芸廷 Tina Chou unveiled her Fall/Winter 2015 collection titled “The Second Sex“, inspired by Simone de Beauvoir’s book with the same name.
Seokwon Jang is a menswear designer based in New York who has recently graduated from Parsons. With this debut collection, Seokwon focused on garments, such as the perfecto jacket and the denim jacket that serve as dated tropes for… »
Taipei based Knitwear designer Xiaba 夏芭, presents us her Graduate collection, inspired by the Japanese anime Dragon Ball Z. It’s quite a humorous take, almost an adult reinterpretation of something from the past, something from childhood memories.
Michael K’Yan Yip is a graduating BFA menswear designer. For his thesis collection titled “GARGOUILLE“, the designer wanted to explore three words.: Duality, Protection and Fantasy.
Fabian Bredt is a graduate student from the Fashion & Textile department at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (Netherlands). His graduation collection, titled “Identity 3.0”, is about celebrating a more fluid understanding of a visual identity.
Emily Sanders is a fashion design menswear student at Kingston University. Her Graduate Collection titled “The Wallflowers“, was inspired by the construction of identities and the reasons why we choose to dress accordingly to these different identities.