If there is one thing you could say about the students at University for the Creative Arts at Epsom it is that they know how to put on a show! There were so many stunning looks that came down the runway and the technical talent of these graduates was stunning.
Now, sit back and enjoy the show.
This all black and white collection was a bit Cruella Deville at first, but the shapes were interesting and the finishing was so well executed.
These were definitely show pieces. While these pieces did not move well, they were interesting nonetheless.
Matthew's collection was a glorious, ultra glamorous almost goth look. We loved the details and use of both flowing and tailored fabrics.
Red, black and white are always a stunning colour combination. Beyond the fish motif throughout, there is a bit of a fisherman's net inspiration though the weaving in the pieces.
While these pieces are seemingly simple, they are taken to a luxurious level by the incredible attention to detail. The darting throughout each one ensures the pieces fit like a glove.
Vivien used prints by Marimekko in her collection. The prints were stunning and the combination totally worked. This was a modern take on some traditional maid's outfits.
One thing all of the students did extremely well from UCA Epsom was their work with prints. Hina's skill is definitely up there. We loved the prints she used and the way she morphed them into totally luxurious garments.
Bareia's collection was an amazing amalgamation of a multicultural background, with a blend of bagpipes and Hindi music playing these models down the runway.
Loren-Jai took inspiration for her collection from her memories of playing with Russian dolls as a child.
Chloe Porter's collection would sit well in House of Hackney!
Our first thought when we saw this hit the runway was Now THIS is how you do modern disco! While the furs and sequins were aplenty, they somehow did not seem over the top.
This collection was a tasteful update on eastern European traditional style.
We loved the feathers and the overall forest theme of this collection, along with the furs, 60's style flowers and Russian hat!
If you were looking for fun, this was it. Inflated items and exaggerated silhouettes looked to be inspired by circus performers.
Qiwei's collection used modern methods to create the illusion of traditional professional work wear. Not only was this one of our favourites, Qiwei won the M&S Womenswear award this year!
Chloe Le Brett]Chloe's "Nun on the Run" collection was a scandalous (in a good way) modern take on the nun's outfit. We especially loved her modern versions of the habit!