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During Graduate Fashion Week, shows from several universities have dotted the three days before the gala shows on the last day.
The De Monfort University in Leicester sent out on the catwalk works from very talented students. Keep these names in mind, you might have seen them here first.
Maria Flora Ellina loves colours, the more the better. Prints are a big part on her collection and the palette is bright and cheerful with lots of orange and green, We need these colours on a summer like the one we are experiencing now, Maria Flora Ellina's clothes are perfect to put a flash of colours on a rainy day.
Jennifer Anne Plaster 's collection is dominated by two colours, yellow and black, the prints are reminding me of Impressionist s' paintings with mimosa flowers. The fabric is fluid and the clothes are very wearable even for who is not very brave on wearing big prints.
Scarlett O'Sullivan loves big prints, a trend I've seen in more than one collection. Finally fashion is going toward colours and this thanks to the likes of Mary Katrantzou and others who have broken free from a rut of black and dark colours. It 's proved that during hard times fashion is always quite bright because even if life is tough, just wearing something colourful brings a smile and lifts up the mood.