Recently 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. We continue to a look at some of our top picks in student's work. Today our focus is on Kingston University at Graduate Fashion Week...
Isobel Traynor's work really made an impression on us. We love the simple colour palette and focus on textural manipulations.
Amie Hartland's womenswear collection plays with both the feminine and the masculine. Flirty pleated skirts are contrasted with oversized denim jackets and elongated sleeve details. Amie's clothes show a lot of frayed edges.
Stay tuned for more highlights from inspiring student's work at Graduate Fashion Week.
Images by @rosalindalcazarphotography.