Fashion to dye for is one of the National Trust’s largest fashion collections and is on show at Killerton House.
A rainbow of rare designer pieces, ‘toxic’ colours and secret dye recipes are set to be revealed as the National Trust delves into its wardrobe of over 20,000 pieces from Killerton’s fashion collection.
Stacie Clark, a Cornish Fashion Design graduate from Plymouth College of Art, won first prize in the Urban Designer category of the prestigious London Sponsor Me fashion awards.
Stacie Clark, a Cornish Fashion Design graduate from Plymouth College of Art, has been nominated for the Sponsor Me Awards, taking place at Blackheath Halls, in London, on 7 October 2015.
Plymouth College of Art fashion students have been exploring a way of recycling old crisp packets – by creating an outfit out of them to take to the races.
A Plymouth College of Art Fashion Graduate is currently celebrating her selection for the Knitted Textiles Awards 2011 and she is busy preparing to exhibit her work at the Finalists Showcases in London and Harrogate.
Former Plymouth College of Art student, Alice Vandy, had a massive kick start to her career when she was commissioned to produce pieces for the Clothes Show London.
A fashionista from Tavistock has won an internship at international fashion company Pentland, where she will work for top brands such as Ted Baker and Red or Dead.
Leah Hartnell, from Liskeard, who studied fashion at Plymouth College of Art, has showcased her collection at one of the world’s largest fashion events, the Clothes Show Live, in Birmingham.