Wandering at Graduate Fashion Week
I had a good round of the several spaces where the Universities and Colleges had their displays with the students present to answer questions and to be known by the media and fashion scouts.
I've been amazed by Sarah craftsmanship using second hand materials. Tweeds and wool are selected carefully for the garments and the lining is superb with the use of vintage scarves and ties.
No surprise when at the Gala Night, the beautiful Sarah has been presented with the Ethical Award from Livia Firth and Lucy Siegle.
Another talent at the Northumbria University. Sarah Romartinez produced beautiful handmade scarves with bright digital prints. I love colours and when I've seen Sarah Romartinez prints I had to take a picture hoping to see her works somewhere soon because she just deserve it.
This Northumbria University I'm sure is very proud of its students. I've realised that I've been raving about its graduates in this post. But when somebody is worth it why deny a bit of exposure?
I've been attracted by Kerry Willshire handbag, which apparently is a very stylish laptop case. Talking to Kerry I've said that I wouldn't mind using it as a handbag. The leather is very soft and the print is a current motif of all her collection which is not limited just to leather accessorises. A whole capsule wardrobe has been created with a palette of purple, camel, teal and ivory and the print has been present in lining or small details.