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Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom

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Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom - Erebus

There was a lot of innovation on display at this year's University of Creative Arts Epsom show for Graduate Fashion Week, from interesting patterns to accents which I have never seen before.

Renee Leslie

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Renee Leslie - Erebus

Bright tones and flashy Dynasty inspired collections were pretty popular this year. Of all of these, Renee's took a more modern approach.

Zoe Chan

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Zoe Chan - Erebus

Zoe Chan's geometric patterns reminded me of one of our favourite emerging brands 07A. The sleek styles were accentuated by the geometric tartan panels.

Jade McNeish

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Jade McNeish - Erebus

A few pieces in Jade's collection were quite revealing, combining some common shapes with an interesting choice of materials and accessories.

Morley Freeman

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Morley Freeman - Erebus

Morley's collection was unapologetically feminist with phrases like "I'm That Bitch" and "I'm Not Fucking Cute." The signs were brilliantly incorporated into the designs.

Rupa Rai

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Rupa Rai - Erebus

Rupa's work with the patterns was great.

Samantha Varley

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Samantha Varley - Erebus

Samantha's collection made me think of what the Jetson's would be wearing if they were in to high-end fashion. The hoops really worked with the prints and cuts of the fabric.

Polina Ilieva

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Polina Ilieva - Erebus

Some of the pieces in the collection were made from those plaid carry bags you find at the catch-all shops on the high street but this piece with the African motif was very inspired.

Dion Cheung

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Dion Cheung - Erebus

The rigid, asymmetric silhouettes coupled with the futuristic look of the metallic fabrics and exaggerated details made this collection a favourite of the week.

Poppy Paschali

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Poppy Paschali - Erebus

Poppy's collection looks like she was making costumes for a school play.

Emma-Rose Burgess

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Emma-Rose Burgess - Erebus

The models were walking down the runway to the song Highway to Hell and quite a few pieces had various religious iconography. The prints and movement of this piece above was absolutely amazing.

Tayler Malynn

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Tayler Malynn - Erebus

Tayler's parachute and adventure inspired collection had a touch of femininity with the flower print camouflage and shiny details.

Ieva Jasiunaite

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Ieva Jasiunaite - Erebus

While the overall look of this collection is obviously not wearable everyday, I love how the pieces are fitted and exaggerated in all of the appropriate places.

Charlotte Simmonds

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Charlotte Simmonds - Erebus

This political statement takes a minute to see. The models were walking to a song about a bargain basement Brexit and the silks were printed with pro-EU  and anti-Brexit news articles.

Georgia Lockett

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Georgia Lockett - Erebus

I have definitely never seen anything like this before! The models had balloons incorporated into their clothes somehow, either carrying them or, like the piece above, keeping the veil afloat.

Jamie Backshall

Graduate Fashion Week 2017: University of Creative Arts Epsom Jamie Backshall - Erebus

This type of floral print has been popular for a couple of years now, it was good to see how Jamie incorporated it into this collection.

Check out the show from last year.



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