The audience at the annual Gray’s School of Art Graduate Fashion Show enjoyed a real treat when students showcased their works at two intimate events.
The sold-out fashion shows at Trinity Hall highlighted some of the brightest fashion and textiles work from soon-to-be graduates to 300 people across the two shows.
Featured were designs by final year undergraduates and a selection of work by second and third year Robert Gordon University students.
Various creative works were modelled on the catwalk, ranging from specialisms in print to knit and embroidery. Students, whose specialism is fashion, focused their expertise on construction techniques playing with form and silhouette at the shows. Colin Bell, fashion and textiles applications supervisor and Graduate Fashion Show coordinator at RGU’s Gray’s School of Art, oversaw this year’s event.
He said: “Once again, the Graduate Fashion Shows were a huge success, showcasing the high level of achievement by our soon to be graduates through their specialist design knowledge and the high level of craftsmanship they have developed through their study here at Gray’s.
“The collections which were on show, and the creative processes they embody, convey the significant breadth and depth of our students’ personal achievements, with each collection demonstrating their own unique expressive and visionary perspectives.”