London College of Fashion Stages B.A. Graduate Show

LONDON — London College of Fashion staged the graduate show of its B.A. students in a collaborative format in East London at the school’s new show venue in Old Spitalfields Market.
The show, which took place on Monday night, was organized into six acts and featured collections from 45 students studying footwear, accessories, jewelry, sportswear, photography, styling, women’s wear and men’s wear. Looks ranged from the abstract to the theatrical.
Bespoke tailoring student Will Morgan and fashion jewelry student Simpson Ma kicked off the show with a cool lineup that took its cue from fishermen and folklore. Using secondhand fabrics such as French linen tablecloths, 19th-century indigo Japanese futon covers and technical knits, the duo showed a long tailored patchwork coat in various shades of gray and blue, with hand-embroidered appliqués.
This was worn over workman-style trousers. They layered a cropped denim vest over an oversize brown knit sweater and wide-leg cream trousers. Both looks were topped off with a deconstructed bucket hat.
Fashion design and development student Hiroshi Goto looked to post-war Japan, fusing Japanese architectural shapes in an opulent floor-sweeping red gown with cascading layers of ruffles, while fashion design technology men’s wear student Alice Constance Beavis paired a gray collarless coat with

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Source: Women’s Wear Daily
London College of Fashion Stages B.A. Graduate Show

London College of Fashion Stages B.A. Graduate Show


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