GFW Coverage 2017 – Words by Hannah Stacpoole There were several recurring themes amongst the graduate collections that were shown at the Liverpool John Moores show. Strong political messages were put across our SmartFocus catwalk as Lauren Black’s menswear collection closed with a ‘Black Lives Matter’ plaque and one of Loren King’s anarchic tartan […]
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A selection of Level 5 Fashion Communication stop motion animations.
Level 4 Fashion Communication Zines & Tees Studio Exhibition is now open…
This week LJMU Fashion Design student Emma Etchells was listed as a finalist in the FAD x Missoni 2017 competition. Designers were asked to ‘Take the Missoni approach: a way of thinking where creativity is rooted in culture’ and design a mini collection for Missoni AW18.
LJMU Fashion Design and Fashion Communication students Emily Colley, Nicole Gray and Beth Forrester were shortlisted for this years All Walks Beyond the Catwalk and i-D Diversity NOW! 2016 competition. For the 4th edition of this amazing competition, students were asked to create and explore diversity within fashion through the following categories: Garment Design / […]
Working in collaboration with Aintree Racecourse, LJMU students studying BA (Hons) Fashion (Communication) devised a campaign strategy to promote Ladies Day to a modern audience. This involved customer research, inspirational style content for social media platforms such as Instagram, and creative ideas for a Brand Ambassador with connections to sport and style. BA (Hons) Fashion […]
Level 5 Fashion Communication students collaborate with Morning Gloryville x Fashion Revolution and ask ‘Who Made My Clothes’?
Graduates Lowri Davies, Sophie Pittom, Elisa Jaycott and Katie Booth join current Level 6 Design student Niamh Conway to showcase work at The Northern Youth Fashion Event 2016. Students had the opportunity to take part in a meet and greet with editor-in-chief of American Vogue, Anna Wintour. The event was sponsored and showcased by The Guardian and Dazed & Confused.
Level 4 Fashion Communication students submit work to SHOWstudio project ‘North’. Contributions so far, by Megan Storey, Isobel Pownall, Jess Morris, Lyn Dizon, Hollie Corcoran Bradbury and Martha Weaver. Check out SHOWstudio here.
Level 6 Fashion Communication students explore Britishness using a variety of media. Projects include trend forecasting, editorial, branding, advertising campaign, magazines, and fashion styling.