Gray’s School of Art hosted a fashion show to highlight and celebrate the works of stage two and three fashion and textiles students.
Held at the Robert Gordon University premises in Aberdeen, stage two students were tasked with developing collaborative looks inspired by uniforms, with each student focusing on different aspects of the garment to create a cohesive and fluid collection.
Stage three students were asked to develop a fashion and textile collection influenced and inspired by their understanding of anthropology.
Each student had to design one or two looks which included aspects of fashion or textile design such as creative pattern cutting, knitting and printmaking.
The fashion show was organised by the art school’s students.
Cameron Lyall, one of the directors of the show and a stage three fashion and textile student, created a collection titled Kowloon.
He said: “I was inspired by survivalism, makeshift architecture and the Hong Kong protests.”
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