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the london college of fashion ba graduates 2014

The London College of Fashion BA Fashion show was everything you wanted it to be - it had silky slips, knotted hair, metallic paint, giant hats, glitter, nipples, nose rings and more! With no restrictions and no inhibitions, the LCF students let loose for their final collections and with Maisie Williams (aka Arya Stark) sat front row it was a show to revel in. We pick our highlights from the string of Womenswear, Menswear, Textiles, Cordwainers and Jewellery designers who put their heart and soul into the final show of their educational journey...

Text Felicity Kinsella
Photography Rebecca Thomas
Catwalk photography Roger Dean

  • Charlotte Knowles

    Womenswear student Charlotte Knowles' dark, structured gowns were neat as a pin. Offset with ethereal, sheer chiffon and thousands of tiny pins that shimmered as the models sauntered down the runway, Charlotte created a picture of creatures from the shadowy depths of the darkest ocean...

    Charlotte Knowles

  • Marta Cesaro and Shasha Wong

    Hang on to your hats! Womenswear student Marta Cesaro and Knitwear student Shasha Wong sent slouchy trouser suits and maxi skirts down the runway with headgear fit for Little Bo Peep at Ascot.

    Marta Cesaro and Shasha Wong

  • sofia ilmonen, jinhee moon and mengna ye

    Winners of the coveted Directional Colour and Textiles Award, chosen by this years judgining panel, Rebecca Gonsalves - Assistant Fashion Editor at The Independent, Dan Thawley - Creative Director of A MAGAZINE CURATED BY and Prof Frances Corner - Head of London College of Fashion, Womenwear designers Sofia Olimen and Jinhee Moon and Milliner Mengha Ye created a visual feast of pastel frills, subtle embroidery and contrasting textures.


    sofia ilomen, jinhee moon and mengha ye

  • victoria smith and hae-na kim

    Womenswear designer Victoria Smith and Textiles student Hae-Na Kim presented Collection of the Year with colourful, billowing shirts and skirts with fairytale styling.

    Victoria Smith and Hae-Na Kim

  • sunjung park, jesika july and vivian ng

    You can never go wrong with ripped denim - more is always more when it comes to frayed edges! Womenswear graduate Sunjung Park, Textiles graduate Jesika July and Jewellery graduate Vivian Ng presented a street tuff collection of tangled jewellery and tomboy textures. Fashion is about attitude, not hemlines!

    Sunjung Park, Jesika July and Viviane Ng