Friday, 10 June 2011

Out and about....Graduate Fashion Week 2011 final round up

From Fashionistable
Originally from Brighton Sapphira Van Door is a womenswear graduate from UCA Epsom. Her personal style is Japanese street style Lolita. Her final collection was based on Japanese and European traditions. Her surprise was that she loves sausages. Her coat is from Innocent World, dress and bag are vintage. She made the flowers in her hair herself and her tights and shoes are high street.

From Fashionistable
Abby Lee is a Middlesex Uni graduate in fashion and textiles. Her describes her style influence is dark tribal. She made her hat, her top and her necklace. Her surprise for us was that she was an international gymnast.

From Fashionistable
Ross Williams is my 1st menswear designer and has just graduated from Kingston. He told me he hadn't slept in days and a gin and tonic in the car over earlier was keeping him going. His style is vintage inspired with the 1940's being his favourite era. His coat is vintage, suit and shoes are Topshop and his shirt is Ralph Lauren.

From Fashionistable
Bree was at the shows with her boyfriend who has just graduated from Eposm. Originally from South Africa Bree is studying Film at Westminster Uni and has just finished her 2nd year. Her style is influenced by Japanese Lolita street fashion. I must say I love it too and feel really happy to have photographed two people for today's post who are influenced by it as this is the first time I have seen it in London. Bree is wearing a shirt and skirt from Innocent World, shoes from Schuh, tights from Topshop and is carrying a bag from Angelic Pretty and umbrella from Japanese accessory brand Swimmer.

From Fashionistable
Amy Heath is a 1st year womenswear designer from Kingston Uni. Her and her friend Sadie were at the shows to help out backstage. Her style influence is everything, street style and especially music. She is wearing a cardy from Ragged Priest, shoes and dress from Topshop, her cool bad is from the charity Fenchurch and is made from ring pulls. Her toothy necklace is from All Saints.

From Fashionistable
Sadie Clayton like Amy is also a 1st year fashion student at Kingston Uni and was helping backstage at the shows. She told me she is "proper into vintage" she likes bits of everything but the 70's is her favourite era. Her coat is from a antiques market in Kingston. Her earrings and dress are from Brick Lane, she bought her shoes on eBay, socks are American Apparel and she is wearing 2 pairs of fishnet tights for the effect we are seeing.
I am on holiday now guys so please forgive me if my posting and commenting is erratic. Have a wonderful weekend. Xxxx

52 comments:

Francesca R said...

I like Amy! The others are very weird and original!!
xx
http://dontcallmefashionblogger.blogspot.com

Erin said...

That boy looks rather dapper in his apparel. I love his camel coat!

xx

http://www.trufflesnruffles.com/

the nyanzi report said...

It gave me great pleasure to see such a lovely and very creative young fashion bunch the sorts of which you have have been showing us this week.

Great coverage.

Monika said...

All of them look amazing!

sacramento said...

This is your best post ever. I get inspiration from each pic, ahhhhhhhhhhhhh fantastic.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Couture said...

I love Ross's coat! It looks so perfect on him!

Fashion Celebration said...

wow, these pople looks amazing, love them all


xo
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fashion bucket. said...

i love amy heath's whole outfit! that jacket and bag are amazing! might have to make some online purchases...

and ross looks divine! i wish more men dressed like him.

-fb X

Fashion Clown said...

love it all
such styles :)

Couture Carrie said...

So many fun and fabulous looks!
Love this post!

xoxox,
CC

Michelle Lee said...

love 1,3,5 th :)

mirjam schuurkamp! said...

i adore the girl in the fake fur!
amazing post this!

New outfit post:
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SASA said...

great design!! i like all of those outfits. they are amazing!! <3

It-Blogirls said...

stunningg style selection!

www.timetochange.over-blog.com said...

Ross Williams is classy and cool! I would love to see my boy dressed like that! Loved, loved, loved!

Tanvi said...

Hard to play favorite today! Like them all :)

♥ from © tanvii.com

vivacious blonde said...

so lovely. amy's outfit is tres chic. looks like fashion week was a blast. thank you so much for your sweet comment! i will try and enjoy this freedom as long as i can!! cheers!
xxx

Audrey Leighton said...

oh mon dieu, look how fashionable all the designers are. so inspiring!

wwww.befrassy.com xxxx

The Foolish Aesthete said...

Everyone just looks fantastic!!! I think this is my favorite day so far! So happy you and our friend, D. Nyanzi, are documenting all this for us happy viewers. xxx

Mat said...

ross is super elegant, ive seen him a few times

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

All these images are celebrating the individual personality of creative fashion. Have a nice weeked;-)

Elien | dogs+dresses.com said...

love these posts, truely inspirational.
xo, Elien

Biana said...

Okay let me say this... Your pictures are getting amazing and amazing everytime! You're approach to streetstyle photography definitely doesn't get old for me. <3 kiss

Zarna said...

this kids are all insanely chic!! wow!

Sick by Trend said...

2nd outfit is brilliant! I really love it :D Cool post!

xx

have a nice weekend! :)

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Pearl Westwood said...

What an amazing group you have shot here, each one has something really interesting about their outfit x

Fashion Clown said...

love the first one
her style is so adorable

fashion and frank said...

Love these pics again - what an amazing week you must have had! x

http://fashionandfrank.blogspot.com/

RAW Fashion Magazine said...

Loving the shoes all of these peeps have on xx
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yiqin; said...

the first coat is AMAZING.

SabinePsynopsis said...

Loved your whole coverage of Graduate FW, and these last pictures are wonderful. Hope you have a wonderful holiday, Dvora (and better weather than here, it's pouring!) xxx

Best of Palm Beach said...

I love this post, introducing us to new talent! Can I just say that I want Ross to be my new BFF.

Veronica

BeTwin Us said...

I really had a pleasure to check these photos in a detailed way. They're so original and stylish and gives the spark of fashion love so vivid! :)


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herve leger said...

Bright red matched with big green, light purple take XianHuang. This spring, everyone as with palette, you can’t make such a fuss, bold put all bright-coloured color on the more widespread jumping on the more wonderful combination color. Using comparative color coat and trousers mix build a bump color effects, or will the?Herve Leger dresses and accessories with color fastens tie-in, and neon color fastens super grab an eye sheet is tasted, these seemingly contradiction collision revealed a unexpected artistic effect. So, don’t save your imagination, playing a colour go!Along with the long length of the gowns was also the wide bell shape of the dress, which usually had a huge hooped slip underneath. These Leger dresses on sale were mostly custom made and were not found in many local retail stores like nowadays. In today’s society a prom dress can be easily found by shopping over the internet or in most local clothing retail shops. The styles of the dresses of course have changed dramatically over the years. Today Herve Leger Bandage dresses are not to far from looking like a regular dress. I feel that prom dresses have lost a lot of the traditional qualities of the 60’s. When proms use to be a fun and exciting evening of getting dressed up has now become just another ordinary evening of going out.

SunnyToast said...

The boy looks dapper..great photos and inspiration:)

Sunny

Lee Oliveira said...

Love seeing the new designers rise..Great style they have
lee x

Haute World said...

Fantastic looks! I love the mix of prints in the first one (that coat is incredible). I'm also really loving Amy Heath's look - I want that bag and jacket!

Plami said...

All of these outfits are special!!! I love the first one most!!! Gorgeous!

XoXo
Plami

http://fashion-thrill.blogspot.com/

Jeannette B. said...

great pics!
Shall we follow each other (via google friends)? Would mean a lot to me :) . Let me know

Pop Champagne said...

these styles all have so much attitude, very nice :D

Krystal said...

you seriously have gotten so many amazing shots!!
and p.s. i've been having some holidays and visitors and i'm moving, i'm sorry if my commenting is erratic also!

Soleil St. Fleur said...

Amy is my fave here, though I like what everyone has done on the whole; complete personal style, individuality. Love! xx from Soleil

http://sharpthreads.blogspot.com

roel said...

i love the look of bree and amy!

Mani said...

Those fashionistas look fabulous!

hugs and kisses by Mani.

*sunday* said...

such interesting unique looks!

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Renée said...

Wow love it! xo

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

INCREDIBLE !!!

Have a super week.

Lex said...

They all have such amazing style. Sapphira`s hair in the first picture is adorable

Maryse said...

Wauw, beautiful outfits!

That's Not My Age said...

Welcome back - I'm pleased you had a relaxing time. I've missed your gorgeous photos! Let me know when you're free to meet up.

TNMA
x

Jen said...

ooo I papped Sadie too she look'd sick!

J x

Sapphira said...

Thank you for snapping my picture!

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