Final year students from Northumbria University celebrated sixty years of fashion in style with more than 20 award nominations at Graduate Fashion Week 2015 in London.
Impressing some of the creative industries’ leading names, Northumbria’s students and staff enjoyed success at every graduate awards show they attended, including Graduate Fashion Week, Free Range Interiors, Design & Art Direction’s (D&AD) New Blood and New Designers.
The District MTV Yearbook 2013 was created to find the next generation of talented young creatives and Northumbria graduate, Sally Hewett, has been placed firmly in the spotlight.
Northumbria fashion students have been praised after collaborating on an exciting live project with retailers Urban Outfitters.
Dresses inspired by Japanese armour, outfits taking you back to 1970s Brooklyn and the birth of hip-hop, and clothing made from repurposed photo-luminescent materials. These were just some of the innovative creations that graced the runway at Northumbria’s annual graduate fashion show last night at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.