Meg Cornwell by Madi.
I am sure my regular readers will not be surprised to hear that it was the print designers who won my heart at the Graduate Fashion Awards Gala Awards. Never be afraid of colour and pattern my friends…
Meg Cornwell by Alison Day.
My very favourite had to be Meg Cornwell of Bournemouth University, who unfortunately went home empty handed. I loved her combinations of flirty bell shaped minis splashed with abstract prints in a gorgeous colour palette of steel, maroon and pale blue, all accessorised with ruffled silver crop jackets. I would never have guessed it but her final collection was based on racing car engineering, with the prints inspired by car headlights. Follow Meg Cornwell on twitter.
Christina Economo by Claire Kearns.
Christina Economou showed a dashing collection of silky clashing prints in bold purple geometrics and splashy florals. Think high waistlines and high necklines.
Dominique Kral by Sarah Harman.
Dominque Kral impressed with a confident collection that encompassed digital prints and cable knitwear.
Marrisa Owen by Madi.
Shirana Chavda Graduate Fashion Week 2011 by Sarah Harman.
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