Just over a week ago, final year Fashion students at Teesside University celebrated with friends, family and lecturers as their amazing creations were revealed in the Fashion Show as part of Graduate Showcase week. Here’s a flashback to the event and a review of the stunning range of garments on show.
The annual fashion show during Graduate Showcase week is the culmination of three years of studying for a BA (Hons) degree in Fashion in the School of Arts & Creative Industries. Everything from beachwear to evening wear was on show in a parade of colourful and eyecatching outfits, to delight the audience.
Our fashion students partnered with students from Marmara University in a collaborative project, which saw an exciting range of garments as part of this year’s fashion show
Stars of the show were undoubtedly the youngsters modeling the “Waves of Wonder” beachwear collection, created by student Michelle Downing and inspired by the impact of plastic pollution and climate change. The collection focused on organic and sustainable fabrics, including recycled polyester made from ocean waste.
Sustainability was also a feature of Nick Shaw‘s creations as part of the Majesty of Nature collection, a stunning range of sophisticated creations for the social elite.
Introduced by Professor Sarah Perks, the show was held in the Student Life building and live streamed on YouTube for anyone who was unable to make it on the night. Student profiles were published in the Graduate Showcase 2022 brochure copies of which can be obtained by emailing the School of Arts & Creative Industries
For further information about studying BA (Hons) Fashion at Teesside University, or to arrange a visit to our fashion studio facilities on campus in Middlesbrough, contact course leader Lynne Hugill
To see the full range of student collections presented on the night, watch the full show streamed on YouTube