This was the first year I sat for the Norwich University of Arts show and was pleasantly surprised to see such amazing and commercial talent coming from this school.
See for yourself.
Sandra's athletic inspired collection had more sculpted yet minimal silhouettes than others like it.
Sophie's collection was completely wearable. All of the details added value to this utterly feminine collection.
Charlottes collection looked to be inspired by men's utilitarian attire.
Lilly's collection was one of many this week that is utterly commercial. Her sleek silhouettes were accented by rose gold banded details.
This collection was quite simple, with slight variations to everyday shapes.
The details and shapes of Katie's collection reminded me of the Autumn Winter 2017 collection by emerging Japanese designer Meg Miura. This minimal collection quite commercial.
Beth's was another easily commercial collection. The fits were great and I especially loved this red dress.
Sophia's was a very dark, modern womenswear collection. While there were some collections where headwear didn't quite work, that was not the case here. I absolutely loved this tufted headpiece.
Laura's pieces were simple with exaggerated features, all were pretty wearable. I especially appreciated this exoskeletal accessory above.
Like so many of the collections from Norwich, Issi's was very commercial. The collection was not over the top, it was exquisite in it's simplicity.
Sophie's collection was an interesting coupling of simple menswear inspired garments with very structural pieces.
This above look was my favourite of Daisy's athletic inspired collection.
This was another pet collection of mine. I obviously like black, but the movement of these pieces and the silhouettes were inspired.
Jack went with the feminization of menswear trend and took it to the extreme, with lace jumpsuits, pearls and corsets.
I was happy to see that my initial thoughts on the inspiration of this collection, the Tibetan culture, was correct. Louisa used colourful patterns with minimal cutting together in her collection.
Meg's collection was another seeking to make a statement, though she was not so subtle, with prints like the one above, seek to show her disapproval of Brexit.
Mary's was another on top of my list of favourites of the week. Her silhouettes were very powerful given her amazing work with pleats, her colour palette was just my taste and the subtle textured details were astonishing. Everything about her collection was totally wearable.