Molly Lee

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Gracie Walsh

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Sumera Saleem

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Hafsah Iqbal

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Helen Lockwood

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Tabasum Ali

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Lydia Gray

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Kennedy Harris

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Emma Washington

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Charlotte Oates

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Mah-a Munir

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Olivia Jones-Gomersall

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Mariya Ali

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Claire Flower

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Brooke Reeves

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Rhiannon Clark

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Ellie Dash

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Samantha Sunley

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Harriet Slavin

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Mwewa Kangwa

Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

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Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)

We are very excited, and proud, to share the fantastic work produced by this year’s BA (Hons) Fashion ‘class of 2020’. The work showcased is from students from the BA (Hons) Fashion Design with Textiles, and the BA (Hons) Fashion Design with Marketing & Production.

This year, our final year students have addressed matters such as gender, sustainability, diversity, heritage, mental health, and animal cruelty, translating these into directional, purposeful, and thought-provoking collections. The culmination of 3-4 years of study (dependent upon whether students have undertaken a work placement year), on this long-established course and in this highly regarded University, has equipped our final year students with the ability to approach, and resolve, the complexities of transforming initial abstract concepts into 2D and 3D professional outputs - a body of work that is now their ‘passport’ into the global fashion industry.

Our students have risen to the challenges of the COVID-19 lockdown to show amazing resilience, and innovation, in the methods they have used to present and showcase their work. This has led to some impressive accolades, including a finalist for the Graduate Fashion Week (GFW) Illustration Award, a finalist for the GFW David Band Textile Award, and two finalists, who went on the be awarded as runners-up, for the Instagram hosted @offcut_london virtual runway.

We hope that you enjoy seeing the diversity of our students’ work; students can be contacted through the links provided, and we also welcome further enquiries about our course or graduates. Please also visit our course Instagram page at @hudd_fashion to see more work from all of our students.