Friday, 23 September 2016

Fife Environmental Partnership Conference Fashion Show 2016 -


Baiba is wearing a second outfit designed by Kaye Springham, embellished with recycled fabrics and leggings that had a previous life as a sweater








Millie is wearing an outfit designed by Kaye Springham, recent Fife College graduate, created from pre-loved garments and using textile waste as a fabric source.


Fashion students at Fife College recently showed a collection of garments that were inspired by recycling and fashion sustainability at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference in Dunfermline. Kelly, above, is modelling menswear from Nathan's Wastesavers in Denny, embellished with corsages created by the students from men's neckties.





Susannah, the gothic bride, reflects designer Lisa Buchanan's love of bed sheeting. The ruffled collar and cuffs are studded with seed pearls.





Many thanks to Paul Cranston Imagery for photography and
Fife College students of Hair and Make-up Artistry

Fife Environmental Partnership Conference Fashion Show 2016

 
Fashion students at Fife College recently showed a collection of garments that were inspired by recycling and fashion sustainability at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference in Dunfermline. Kelly, above, is modelling menswear from Nathan's Wastesavers in Denny, embellished with corsages created by the students from men's neckties.

 
 Millie is wearing an outfit designed by Kaye Springham, recent Fife College graduate, created from pre-loved garments and using textile waste as a fabric source.

 
Baiba is wearing a second outfit designed by Kaye Springham, embellished with recycled fabrics and leggings that had a previous life as a sweater.

 
 Ania Cunningham's 3 piece outfit is modelled by Natalie and is inspired by the rainforest. Recycled fabrics and threads were used in raw material sourcing.

 
Susannah, the gothic bride, reflects designer Lisa Buchanan's love of bed sheeting. The ruffled collar and cuffs are studded with seed pearls.
 
Many thanks to Paul Cranston Imagery and Fife College students of Hair and Make-up Artistry
 

Fife Environmental Partnership Conference Fashion Show 2016

 
Fashion students at Fife College recently showed a collection of garments that were inspired by recycling and fashion sustainability at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference in Dunfermline. Kelly, above, is modelling menswear from Nathan's Wastesavers in Denny, embellished with corsages created by the students from men's neckties.

 
 Millie is wearing an outfit designed by Kaye Springham, recent Fife College graduate, created from pre-loved garments and using textile waste as a fabric source.

 
Baiba is wearing a second outfit designed by Kaye Springham, embellished with recycled fabrics and leggings that had a previous life as a sweater.

 
 Ania Cunningham's 3 piece outfit is modelled by Natalie and is inspired by the rainforest. Recycled fabrics and threads were used in raw material sourcing.

 
Susannah, the gothic bride, reflects designer Lisa Buchanan's love of bed sheeting. The ruffled collar and cuffs are studded with seed pearls.
 
Many thanks to Paul Cranston Imagery and Fife College students of Hair and Make-up Artistry
 

Thursday, 25 August 2016

Still time to apply - Fife College Fashion Courses

 
Amy McDuffie is the student designer of this capsule collection all designed and manufactured at Fife College, Scotland. It's is not too late to study on NC Fashion Design and Manufacture and HND Fashion Design and Production with Retail here. There are fantastic opportunities to articulate to 6 fashion degree programmes at year 3 or straight into employment. Our reputation and track record is excellent.   Great courses, high quality delivery, outstanding resources and friendly staff.

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

VOGUE goes Pop

If you are looking for a relaxing way to unwind at the start of the holidays and enjoy the craze of adult colouring in, Vogue and Iain R Webb have launched a retro interactive book based on the Vogue archive from the 1960's.



Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Fife College NC Fashion Design and Manufacture






PRESS RELEASE

Date: 31 May 2016

 

Students Fashion Bandanas for Charity

 

Colourful bandanas made by Fife College Fashion students have raised funds for Rachel House Children’s Hospice after a flash sale held in College raised £230 in just three hours!

 

The NC Fashion Design and Manufacture student group held the sale as part of their course combining the Creative Textiles and Display modules of their course with the Enterprise Activity module.

 

The students enjoyed loads of creative fun designing and making the bandanas and especially enjoyed meeting customers face-to-face for their evaluation and feedback. College staff and students flocked to the stand at the Stenton campus, Glenrothes, to pick up a bargain bandana which in turn has raised funds for Rachel House in Kinross.

 

Christine Robson, Fashion Lecturer, was delighted with the students’ work and said: “The 100% cotton bandanas were hand folded and dyed by the students using the ancient Japanese Shibori technique and were available for Spring/ Summer 2016 in French Navy, Tulip Red, Flamingo Pink and Tropical Green.

 

“I’d like thank all those who bantered, negotiated, bought and gave generously with feedback to the students all of which has helped them gain a new set of skills and experience which will help them as they move on to future study or to work. We look forward to presenting Rachel House with the funds raised over the coming weeks.”

 

Fashion courses beginning in August are recruiting now - for further details visit www.fife.ac.uk or call 01383 559028.

 

ENDS

For further details on this News Release contact Lyn Gold on 01383559028 or 07788291167                 

 

 

Friday, 27 May 2016

Fife College NC Fashion bandana project


Its time for our Fashion Student Bandana Sale on Tuesday 31 May 10am – 2pm. Meet all your festival and holiday needs in one go by visiting our pop-up shop in Stenton main corridor at Fife College.

 
The NC Fashion student group have integrated the Creative Textiles and Display modules with the Enterprise Activity module into this larger project. It’s been wild at times and lots of fun but they are especially looking forward to meeting customers face to face for their evaluation feedback. The 100% cotton bandanas have been hand folded and dyed using the ancient Japanes Shibori technique and are available this year in French Navy, Tulip Red, Flamingo Pink and Tropical Green. (See poster attached.)  There are only 50 available of these limited edition accessories. Each one is unique. I’m happy to say that the students sold out very quickly last year. So please come along to support them and spice up your wardrobe or pug at the same time. All proceeds go to Rachel House Children’s Hospice in Kinross.