The University of Brighton was another that we got to cover last year during Graduate Fashion Week. One thing that Brighton has seemed to do very well both years it to make eye-catching shapes and silhouettes with basic fabrics.
Felicity's collection looked very time consuming, and the time was well spent. We loved how each piece popped as it came down the runway. Even the smallest attention to detail, like the coloured zippers you can't see in these images, just added to what was special about this collection.
We love to see when a designer can take a traditionally tough textile like leather and turn it into truly feminine garments.
Denim has been a staple in everyone's wardrobe for decades, and Jasmine's interpretation of this staple was interesting and commercial.
Nicole's collection was one of the brightest of the bunch.
All black, love it. Olivia's collection was a muted yet interestingly commercial menswear collection.
Jack's collection was very glamorous. We could see these woman in C-suite positions and at high end cocktail bars.
Rachael took us back to Studio 54 with her collection, with the interesting addition of the raw-edge hides for a little natural twist.
Every one of Chloe's pieces was so wearable. We could see any one of them in your favourite upscale high-street store.
Moth-eaten streetwear is a trend that was huge for Yeezy, and Saskia took the trend and made it interesting.
Dusty rose was a huge colour for the week.
While the fluorescent pink accents can be seen a bit in some of these pieces, it was also present in some of the binding inside the coat as well as the highlighters that were stuck in the nets of these pieces.
The materials used in this collection looked very luxurious and the style of this collection was very modern. Danielle's collection won the Barclays New Business Award.
In our opinion, Joe's collection is where we feel professional menswear is headed. While there were mainly traditional shapes, Joe added details to make them more than just traditional.
And no, she's not the '90's singer. The bright velours and satins shone bright as they came down the runway.
Some of these woven pieces appeared to be made from plastic, which was something different especially when coupled with flowing skirts.
This natural, monochrome collection was beautifully crafted and the copper accents were a very nice touch.
The digital prints on these hip ski outfits were fantastic.
Seemingly simple garments were taken to another level by the graffiti inspired embroidery adorning these pieces.