Last week the Micro Macro team had the privilege of attending Graduate Fashion Week in London, the world's leading runway event celebrating the creativity of students and graduates within fashion. Showcasing the work of over 1,000 of the very best students and graduates from the most influential and inspiring universities around the world, the event really represents the future of creative design talent. Let's have a look at some of our top picks in student's work. First up, Edinburgh College of Art...
One of the most impressive stand out graduate designers for all of GFW let alone Edinburgh College of Art was Maddy Stringer. Her collection was unique in material and construction. Laser cut details added depth to her strong design aesthetic. I particularly appreciated her choice of styling, with fun details in the heels of the models shoes.
Billy Tempest Radford
Billy Tempest Radford exhibited a retro-chic aesthetic. One of the few unique colour palettes that I didn't see repeat in other collections during GFW. Billy's classic silhouettes with bold accessories left a lasting impression on the runway.
One of the best parts about experiencing fashion on the runway is watching the way the garments move. Michelle's textural designs were captivating as the models walked up and down the runway.
And finally we have Rosey Norman, whose fire-y collection really caught my eye. Each look was layered in complexity so I wanted to see the garments close up and really study the collection as both a whole and for each individual look.
Keep tuned to check out our favourites from other impressive design schools at Graduate Fashion Week...
Images of Billy Tempest Radford's collection by @rosalindalcazarphotography.