Student designs hit runway show with a twist
Cutting-edge collections by Edinburgh College of Art fashion students will be in showcased at a runway event in the National Museum of Scotland this May.
Tickets are now on sale for the Edinburgh College of Art Fashion Show, which is produced in partnership with National Museums Scotland and sponsored by Cazenove Capital and Turcan Connell.
The Museum’s Grand Gallery will be turned into a slick fashion venue, showcasing forward-thinking creations from the designers of tomorrow.
Front Row: The Edinburgh College of Art Fashion Show in partnership with the National Museum of Scotland, sponsored by Cazenove Capital and Turcan Connell
Thursday 23rd May, 8pm and 10pm.
National Museum of Scotland, Grand Gallery.
Sponsored by Cazenove Capital and Turcan Connell.
Front Row takes a fresh approach to traditional runway events.
The venue will be designed so that every audience member has a front row seat, making the event inclusive and accessible to all.
The fashion show will feature the latest designs by final-year undergraduate and postgraduate students, who have used pioneering techniques and innovative concepts to create a rich, diverse show.
This year, the student showcase will encompass explorations of Scottish heritage, masculinity, sustainability and diversity.
Platform for success
The Edinburgh College of Art Fashion Programme has established a reputation as a leader in fashion education.
Students on the programme have gone on to work for leading brands including Balenciaga, Gucci, Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood and Calvin Klein.
The programme also advocates increased diversity in the fashion design industries.