One thing you can tell from the graduate show from Kingston University was that their menswear game it on point. Not only were the men's collection stunningly well executed, the tailoring of the menswear inspired womenswear collection was just as well done.
Caiomhe took the springtime nautical theme to a new extreme. Caoimhe also won the Debenhams Menswear award this year.
Here was another collection with those prize ribbons!
Leila's interesting use of hides and furs coupled with the amazing pleated details were a stunning combination.
Isabel's collection was a very modern take on 80's hip hop style.
As we said, Lily's collection was one where the menswear inspiration was ultimately and unapologetically feminine.
Amy Bennett's collection was a bit androgynous and a bit basic on it's face, though every piece was very commercial.
While a good many of the womenswear collections took their inspiration from men's style, Henry went the other way around. He used softer fabrics and feminine inspiration in his collection.
There were quite a few collections throughout the week which used inflated or exaggerated additions to their pieces, and Joana put a streetwear twist on this trend.
We thought Natalia's collection was one of the best examples of how she reinterpreted menswear into her womenswear collection.
Thomas used an interesting textile in his collection. We weren't quite sure of the significance of the Goucho Marx glasses.
Emma's collection was a cleaned up version of a more goth-rocker style.
The texture of Leanne's collection and the fabrics she used was added interest to these pieces.
Bethan took advantage of the rounded-shoulder trend in one of her pieces. Her collection was another that used texture to add to her collection.
Joseph's collection was very mainstream set apart due to his excellent execution.
Tuva Osjord Bruland
I'm sure you can guess by now that we love black, and Truva's collection was among our favourites! Her collection was super modern and so commercial.
Men in streetwear-style burkas, now that is a statement. We love black, but we also love when a designer uses their art to make social commentary.
Bianca Von Stempel
The volume of this collection was so light and feminine that it stood out from the rest of the bunch.
Lydia's collection was like if Christian Dior and Juicy Couture did a capsule collection together, with all of the bows, bright colours and velour.
James definitely wanted you to know his name!