BA Hons

BA (HONS) IN FASHION DESIGN

Project: Composition
Beca/Grant:
100% de la tasa del curso / tuition fee.
Nombre/Name:
Gabriel Barros
País / Country:
United Kingdom
Descripción /Description:
The definition of composition is the nature of something's ingredients or constituents; the way in which a whole or mixture is made up - ‘a creative work, especially a poem or piece of music.’ For all designers composition is what defines their work. With this project I wanted to show my skills and my creative process from beginning to end.

Inspired by Ericailcane and Hell'O Monsters, two dark humoured artists to whom I can relate; I have explored my own ‘composition’. An evolving style that is complex in tone, shape, medium and texture, dark and sexual. These motifs were complimented by (but sometimes conflicted) with collages, scribbles and fashionable iconography. The result is an evolving motif of influencing mediums that continue to inspire my future work. These are mixed together with strong purposeful imagery, styles and personas to reflect a complex composition in my final piece.

 

BA(HONS) IN FASHION MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION

Project: TReBK: REUSE, BE KIND
Beca/Grant:
100% de la tasa del curso / tuition fee.
Nombre/Name:
Rebecca Castro
País / Country:
Brazil
Descripción /Description:
We are a transformation era e-commerce. It is our intention to provide an open environment for designers to create exclusive pieces/fashion garments out of the industry's leftovers. Our goal is to recicle, reuse, reinvent, renew and reunite.
Our model aims to partner up with companies and receive their production's leftovers -- such as textiles and accessories -- as to allow new designers to build their own brands by freely using them in an creative way. We will be a collective space for individual accomplishments.
Through investment and partnership we will provide selling tools, working place, machinery and various other things designers need to create, display and sell their unique creations and finally build their brands. The designers will retain the majority of the revenue as well.