Fashion items have a history before they hit high street must have. Here’s a list of some of the most interesting fashion journeys
Weird Fish has helped fashion students at Falmouth University with a donation of offcuts of the company’s unique prints and Macaroni fabric
Beautiful images of Fashion to dye for at Killerton courtesy of Steve Haywood and the National Trust
Fashion to dye for at the National Trust’s Killerton property gives an insight into rare designer pieces, ‘toxic’ colours and secret dye recipes
Cornish Fashion Design graduate from Plymouth College of Art, Stacie Clark, has won first prize in the London Sponsor Me fashion awards
Stacie Clark Fashion Design graduate from Plymouth College of Art has been nominated for the Sponsor Me Awards, taking place in Blackheath London
Plymouth fashion students have turned empty crisp packets into racing attire, and they’re off to Cheltenham to show it off
Becky Dodman is in the running for the Knitted Textiles Awards and preparing to show her work at the Finalists Showcases in London and Harrogate.
Alice Vandy, who studied fashion at Plymouth College of Art, had pieces commissioned for the Clothes Show London, and her catsuits opened the show in a Kill Bill-inspired dance sequence at the show
Plymouth College of Art fashion student Eppie Greenhalgh has won an internship with international fashion company Pentland, where she will work for top brands such as Ted Baker and Red or Dead.
Plymouth College of Art fashion student Leah Hartnell, from Liskeard, showcased her collection at one of the world’s largest fashion events, the Clothes Show Live, in Birmingham.
Harriet Jones has set up her own clothing range and label when she was 15