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GFW 25: Manchester School of Art

Emerging Designers Fashion Fashion Design Graduate Fashion Week

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art - Erebus

There was quite a bit on show from Manchester School of Art during Graduate Fashion Week. That being said, there was also quite a bit of amazing talent throughout the show. They even did a little Purple Rain tribute to Prince at the end. 

Jessica Bachmann

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Jessica Bachmann - Erebus

The ruffles and pleating throughout the collection were very well executed. Jessica had plexiglass legs hanging off of some pieces to add interest.

Ashley Jones

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Ashley Jones - Erebus

Ashley's menswear collection was very traditional in shape with some interesting prints and a great colour palette.

Alice Lacey-Ward

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Alice Lacey-Ward - Erebus

The embroidery used throughout this collection was very impressive.

Rhea Barry

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Rhea Barry - Erebus

Rhea's collection was her colourful interpretation of skate or rave style. She even had "SKATE" and "RAVE" printed across the chest of some of the pieces in case there was any confusion.

Rebecca Webster

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Rebecca Webster - Erebus

Silver lamé isn't something you often see in a menswear collection, but Rebecca didn't care. Her models shone as they came down the runway.

Nicole Friar

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Nicole Friar - Erebus

The attention to detail and layers of feathers and woven leather were stunning. 

Hannah Rodick

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Hannah Rodick - Erebus

Hannah gave us a bit of a modern bubblegum reinterpretation of the 1950's varsity look.

Lauren Glen

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Lauren Glen - Erebus

The silhouettes of Lauren's collection reminded us a bit of Rei Kawakubo in the 1980's. 

Marie Minkowski

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Marie Minkowski - Erebus

While Rebecca Webster was filling her menswear collection with the silver lamé, it seems Marie took the green. We liked the juxtaposition of the almost futuristic look with the green and the natural shapes of the fur additions.

Rebecca Browne

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Rebecca Browne - Erebus

Overall, we loved this collection. Every piece was striking and the entire piece was completely designed 360 degrees with a lot of attention put on the back of each garment.

Natasha Yates

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Natasha Yates - Erebus

Alice Ramsden

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Alice Ramsden - Erebus

The watercolour look of the raincoats was fantastic and totally appropriate.

Beth Cambidge

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Beth Cambidge- Erebus

It was great to see how beth took the simple shape of a circle and used it to create some stunning silhouettes. The dark grey denim and gold accents were a nice touch.

Rebecca Grant

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Rebecca Grant - Erebus

Cavan McPherson

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Cavan McPherson - Erebus

Cavan's collection was one of our favourites. From the draping and pleats to the colour palette, the whole collection reminded me of a thunderstorm.

Amy Devine

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Amy Devine - Erebus

It was interesting that Amy used sequins and hand painting on her fabrics in order to make them look like authentic hides.

Rebecca Spilsbury

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Rebecca Spilsbury - Erebus

Chelsea Thorniley

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Chelsea Thorniley - Erebus

Missy Elliot's Pass That Dutch was playing these models down the runway, and it couldn't have been more appropriate. We loved the colour palette and this very updated take on street wear.

Joana Almagro Bustalino

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Joana Almagro Bustalino - Erebus

Joana had a very colourful and modern interpretation of the 1950's housewife style.

Louis Trainor-Selwyn

Graduate Fashion Week 2016 Manchester School of Art Louis Trainor-Selwyn - Erebus

We definitely got a Studio 54 meets Saturday Night Fever feeling when this collection hit the catwalk.

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