Saturday, 14 June 2014

HND Fashion Design and Production with Retail. Fashion Show 2013/14

Charis Wiltshire- Tribal Being

In the recent Fife College Fashion Show, Charis interpreted the story of Robinson Crusoe to develop her textile based collection. Using many techniques to embellish, manipulate and shape the garments, the Tribal Being collection is representative of Charis' imagination and creativity. She graduates from HND Fashion Design and Production with Retail and heads off to Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen in September.

Armani Younes - R u Jelly?

Armani is heading to Heriot Watt Borders Campus to study BA (Hons) Fashion Technology. She has explored the relationships between transparent and opaque materials inspired by soft food ingredients like marshmallows, jelly all in candy colours.

Lauren Grieve - Exotic

Lauren is also heading to Heriot Watt to study BA (Hons) Fashion Technology and showed an Exotic collection inspired by jungle flora and fauna. Using distressing and bleaching techniques, she played off print, plain, wrap, tuck and texture.

Liga Lazdina - Homeland

Liga Lazdina is continuing her studies next academic year in the fashion department of Edinburgh College of Art. Her Homeland collection experiments with texture, sewing techniques and colour. The natural volcanic forces of Hawaii contrast well with the huge surf power of the Pacific Ocean.

Photography by Hazel Terry.

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