Fashion students celebrated another year of success with the opening of their end of year exhibition at Kensington and Chelsea College.
The private view was held at the College and was well attended by the fashion community.
The show includes work from students studying the Level 4 Foundation Fashion Pathway course.
One of the projects in the exhibition is called “It’s not cool anymore” by student Natalia [pictured].
She said: “It is based on a lot of things, but mainly toys that went out of fashion, which had high spikes of popularity, and then became irrelevant. I looked at squishes and loom bands, and other things like that, it is just a really light hearted and fun project.
“With a normal fashion show you have a runway and only have 30 seconds to showcase something that you have put three months of hard work into. This exhibition is better as people look at my sketchbooks and see the processes I took to get to this point.”
The exhibition is a part of the The Creative Collection, a college-wide showcase of exhibitions that features work from students studying Creative Arts subjects.
For more info about our remaining exhibitions click here.