Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition

 

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand EmbroideryLondon College of Fashion have opened their doors once again for their annual BA exhibition. We went to check out it out on the final viewing day to have a little insight into the next generation of designers and leaders the fashion world will encounter.

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand EmbroideryGallery 1, LCFBA16

Exhibited was work from 3 of the schools in LCF with a wide range of pieces like illustration, performance, photography, marketing and design.

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand EmbroideryFashion Illustration student Christy McCormick – sustainable nightwear collection with prints inspired by the Amazon rainforest.

 

It was clear to see the students had taken great care into the presentation with perfect lighting to show off the assets of their work. The simplicity of the gallery spaces definitely allowed the viewers to interpret their own opinion on all pieces displayed.

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand Embroidery

Sarahecmilla Camille – BA Costume and Performance

Pictured is a piece designed by Costume and Performance student Sarahecmilla Camille Bloch. Her final major project is based on a passage from ‘The Maracot Deep’ written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand Embroidery

Sarahecmilla Camille – BA (hons)  Costume and Performance

 

A subtle sea life theme is seen mainly by the use of both materials and colour choice. The metallic tones together with the fluid coral shapes help to portray this. See more fo Sarahecamilla’s work by visiting her website http://www.sarahecmilla-cb.com

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand Embroidery

Daniel James – BA (hons) Cordwainers Fashion Bags and Accessories: Product Design and Innovation

In the centre of the gallery various accessories including footwear were presented on simple wooden boxes. The work of Fashion Bags and accessories student, Daniel James was hung in such a way to catch the viewer’s eye. The collection was inspired by the dark characters in fairy tales and contained Avant Garde leather body pieces all moulded to the body and hand stitched. By presenting the pieces off the body really created curiosity to the viewer as to how the accessory should be worn. Visualizations of this collection can be seen here http://www.danieljamesfashion.co.uk    

Hawthorne & Heaney on LCF BA16 Exhibition London Hand Embroidery

Technology Gallery – LCFBA16

 

Although a wide range of talented work was portrayed, only a minimum amount of each collection was displayed. To find out more infomation on all the students featured in LCFBA16 exhibition can be found on http://showtime.arts.ac.uk

By Philippa Martin