A series of digital events will take place from Jan. 29 to Feb. 5 to showcase the students’ ongoing creative, art and fashion projects.
Up to 10 students will receive a full ride to graduate programs at top fashion and schools.
University of the Arts London, which includes Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion, is showcasing graduates’ fashion, fine art and photography projects online.
For the first time, London’s Royal College of Art will be showcasing M.A. students’ graduate work in a digital format, with a dedicated site set to go live on Thursday.
WWD highlights the graduation projects of six MA students at the Royal College of Art in London. The collections, which take in gender dysphoria, symbiotic clothing and inclusive design inspired by bricklayers, will be made public online on Thursday.
The graduation showcases are an opportunity for students to show their work to key industry leaders.
Guests took part in installations, music and dance performances by 50 graduate students.
Baurley has been named chair of the Burberry Material Futures Research Group, a partnership between the Burberry Foundation and the RCA.
The store is meant to showcase new talent in fashion, and design.
The sportswear brand has tapped Jean Jullien, Jody Barton and Yu Nagaba who have given their own artsy take on the “C” logo.
A crop of new and noteworthy designers creating some buzz on the men’s fashion scene.