Masks, Hoodies & Stranger Things


Royal College of Art & Graduate Fashion Shows 2017

Kaitlyn Morgan – GFWThe fashion graduates of 2017 have certainly been impressed with the originality and experimental collections.

The graduate fashion shows in June might have come to the end, but the lasting impression has certainly not disappeared. I was most impressed with the different materials, colours and textured used throughout each design.Daylan Mollentze – GFW

The common trends most used throughout the graduate’s collections were the mask and the hoodie. There was a mixture of masks that partially covered the face to hoodies and helmets that covered the entire head completely.

What struck me the most apart from the detail, was the sense of humour. This was a chance not only for the graduates to take their careers to the next professional step but this was also a celebration for them to let their hair down and party.
Sarah-Louise Francis – GFW
Matija Čop – RCARhiannon Wakefield – RCA
Han Kim – RCA

If you love fashion and have ever wanted to go to a catwalk show and weren’t able to go to the top designer shows, I would highly recommend attending the graduate fashion week and Royal College of Art shows.

Not only to experience the collections but you will also be supporting new emerging talent.

For the full stage experience and collections, check the information below about each designer’s mentioned in this blog post.


Royal College of Art Graduates – June 2017

Graduate Fashion Week – June 2017


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