This year's show from the grads of Birmingham City University was much more colourful and dramatic than past shows. From the voluminous silhouettes and spot on styling, everything about this show as eye catching.
The digital lip prints and cuts of this collection were so well executed.
This collection was a stunning juxtaposition of soft, flowing gowns with leather and copper structural elements.
Rhys' collection was a very sensory experience. Not only did the metal pieces move with the models and shine in the light, they created their own sound as they came down the runway.
The colour palette chosen to accentuate this amazing black streetwear collection was fantastic.
The subtle butterfly motif throughout the garments was a nice addition.
Sarah Thompson, accessories by Chloe Whorrie
Like Alice Brown's collection, the leather and fur added strength to these sheer and feminine pieces.
Again, another collection with light, flowing pieces with stunning copper accents.
Louise Blackstock, accessories by Madhura Kulkarni
While many of the womenswear collections were adding masculinity into their collections, Louise was going getting in touch with the feminine side for her menswear collection.
The muted, natural tones of Zara's collection were adorned with beautiful Arabic writing, I only wish I knew what it said!
Rebecca Jane Finney
This was an absolutely stunning active wear collection. We loved the high collars and colour combinations.
We really loved the textiles used in this collection
Jemma Leigh Conway
The subtle details are always an interesting addition to any collection. The print used in this collection was a series of eyeballs.
Feiyue's collection was like if Andy Worhol and Yayoi Kusama were hired to create the uniforms for the latest Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory. Everything about this collection, from the thigh-high leather boots to the latex wigs, was amazing.
This was probably one of our favourite casual menswear collections. The colour combinations, the bags, the silhouettes, everything was well executed and and completely commercial.
Ruffles, metallic leather and sequins could go very tacky, very easily yet Roxanne succeeded in creating stunning garments that went up to, but not over, the line.
Courtney's collection was one of the more commercial collections of the group. We loved the addition of the headpieces in copper, a metal this school seems to be well versed in using.