Don’t miss the Industry Insight Talk tonight in Lecture Theatre A 17.00-18.00
Patrick Ian Hartley specialises in face corset and neckwear design.
“He has designed work commissioned for personalities including Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Noomi Rapace, Elizabeth Banks Georgia May Jagger, Artist Richard Sawdon Smith, Stylists Simon Foxton, Edward Enninful, Jacob K, Jonathan Kaye to name a few. His designs are regularly showcased in leading fashion publications including AnOther Magazine, Vogue Italia/China/Germany/Turkey, V Magazine, W Magazine, Interview, The Hunger and Harpers China.
Patrick’s work has been shot by Iconic fashion photographers including Nick Knight, Rankin, Tim Walker, Steve Klein, Miles Aldridge and Roberto Aguilar. He has exhibited designs at venues including the SHOWstudio Gallery London, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and is collected by the Museum of Arts and Design, New York and The Wellcome Collection London and the Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo.”
Level 2 Knitwear for Fashion students had the opportunity to take part in a Live Project with designers Samson Soboye and Marie Loney to design a garment for London Fashion Week AW18.
Designing a collection around the brief ‘Colour / Pattern Culture Mash-Up‘ students had to present their collection to Samson Soboye and Marie Loney, where selected garments and accessories will be displayed in the SOBOYE London store.
This year’s Fashion Careers Talk will be taking place on Wednesday 22nd November in the Level 1 FTD Studio, from 11am – 6.15pm.
For more information, please contact Sharon Williams:
Don’t miss the Industry Insight Talk tonight in Lecture Theatre A at 17.30-18.30
Rob Adams, Menswear Buyer from The Hambledon
will talk about Fashion & Interior Lifestyle Brands and Fashion and Menswear Buying as a career and what the future will hold for the Industry.
There will be a Q&A at the end where you can ask questions and find out more about a career in fashion or textiles buying.
A not to be missed lecture this Thursday… In Dovile’s own words:
“From making innocent crafty jewellery to working for well known London fashion Designer Nasir Mazhar and starting my own business of custom car seats, it has been an eventful journey of creative work and DIY mentality for me.
Seeing my father, who is self taught jeweller and craftsmen running his own business has led me to start career in applied arts, and more specifically – in fashion. Pattern cutting, sewing and making ideas happen has always been by biggest drive.
Nasir Mazhar who is self taught Milliner and Menswear/Womenswear designer has been an amazing introduction to vibrant London fashion world. His DIY ways of designing and limitless imagination has always been complementary to my passion for technicalities and allowed me to challenge and strengthen myself as a pattern cutter, maker and studio manager for 7 years now. Moreover it was great opportunity to be part of such projects as creating pieces for London Olympics 2012, Victoria’s Secret Show in London, Barbie or working with various artists from music industry. Nasir Mazhar has never been just about clothes, we always focus on the whole image and identity, because of that accessories, underwear, headwear and face masks has been a big part of our work which allowed us to be innovative within making and functionality.”
See you on Thursday at 5pm in LTA!
A warm welcome to all the new students joining us in FTD Level One and welcome back to all returning students in Level Two and Three next week…
Many congratulations to Printed Textiles graduate Helen Loft who was awarded Texprint for 2017.
Helen is one of just 24 winners who will have the opportunity to be mentored and was selected from a panel of judges who receive applications from over 200 graduates from BA and MA courses from across the country.
“Texprint provides exceptional access to the best of British textile design talent – connecting industry to selected graduate designers”
Helen was able to showcase her work to invited industry guests last week and will have the opportunity to present her work at Premier Vision in Paris in September.
Many congratulations to the 3 recipients of the Nancy Balfour Award at last week’s Degree Show Opening:
Fashion Design graduate Curtis Wu.
Knitwear for Fashion graduate Isabel Worth.
Printed Textiles graduate Helen Loft.
If you want to see their work or the work of all of our graduates, the show is open til Friday 23rd June. For more details:
(Top to Bottom: Curtis Wu, Isabel Worth and Helen Loft)
Our Fashion Design and Knitwear graduate collections from the London Show have been featured on Vogue.co.uk.
Check them out now!