In the entrance, a mural was created live.
This was the finished article:
Rahull Verma was inspired by architecture. He likes to mix contrasting fabrics like fur and mesh.
Charlotte Simpson‘s luxe gold and cream collection was so detailed it looked like demi-couture. The beaded pieces were so heavy.
Kay Kwok used digital prints in bright purples and pinks and added some great angular brooches.
Jen Wang is the first ever LCF MA student to focus on sunglasses in her final project. Her very accomplished collection was inspired by notions of disguise.
Vivien Cheng‘s shoe collection was based on Japanese kimino patterns.
Laura Gostling‘s footwear reminded me of glam rock and American sports uniform.
There was a piece of performance art that started with a girl dressed in Peruvian national costume unravelling a jumper…
And ended with another girl angrily removing her all red outfit. No idea.
You can visit the London College of Fashion’s dedicated Showtime website to see more images of the MA 2012 students’ work.