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  • 06/05/12--11:36: Soo Jung Park
  • FMP 4. Loneness

    BA (Hons) Make-up and Prosthetics for Performance

    Skills : Fashion, Beauty, Prosthetics, Conceptual art make up, Stage, Wig making, Body painting, Dirtying down, Special effect make up, Scar, cut and bruise. My final project, 'The Isolation of International Students' was to discover and describe how international students experience and adapt to their new academic, social, cultural and linguistic environment. Being loneliness, mismatch of culture and frustration with the lack of deep integration with Londoners produce high levels of frustration, stress and depression. Ten different stages describe their difficulties and troubles during their studies. It is based on W-Curve and the international student survey. If you want to know more about this project and me please visit: www.soojungpark.net or contact me by email. sjpmakeup@gmail.com


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  • 06/05/12--14:57: Aleksandra Kucharska
  • Jack in The Box Puppet, FMP

    BA (Hons) Technical Effects for Performance

    I am a very hard working and creative individual with a strong passion for the arts. Skills: Creature Effects, Puppetry, Model Making (silicon, plaster, fibreglass), Mould Making, Sculpting, Airbrush, Panting, Hair Punching, Leather work, Vac Forming, Stop motion animation puppets, Armours, Body Casting. olakucharska.carbonmade.co.uk


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  • 06/05/12--16:22: Hye Young Yoon
  • 2012 A/W HYEYOON2

    BA (Hons) Cordwainers Footwear: Product Design & Development

    hyyoony@gmail.com


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  • 06/06/12--02:21: Lorna Jean Connell
  • 18th Century Menswear

    BA (Hons) Costume for Performance

    Lorna Jean is a creative costume designer and maker. With period costumes being her speciality, she enjoys adding a contemporary twist to her designs. Lorna Jean is especially interested in the cutting and making of costumes and her attention to detail is exceptional. With a background in fine art she is skilled at sketching and drawing and enjoys the process of bringing her designs to life. CV available on request. connell.lorna@gmail.com


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  • 06/06/12--02:32: Rose Fulbright
  • Frankenstein- Monster

    BA (Hons) Costume for Performance

    I am an experienced, ambitious and versatile designer and maker. Through studying Fashion Design at Parsons Paris and Costume Design and Making at London College of Fashion, I have refined my skills in designing, draping and pattern cutting. I am passionate about contemporary design using historical, sociological, architectural, natural, and musical references. My interest in performance through clothes, body and set has inspired me to become involved in various theatre, film and exhibition productions. I am greatly inspired by other cultures, referencing them often in my work. I have lived and worked in London, Paris and New York, and have a working knowledge of French and Spanish. My work usually takes on very structural, architectural qualities, which, when juxtaposed with transparent or translucent fabrics create a distinctive style that lends itself successfully both to performance and fashion. Website: http://rosefulbright.tumblr.com/ C.V: http://issuu.com/rosefulbright/docs/c.v. Press: http://fussedmag.com/05-2012/winchester/rose-fulbright.html


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  • 06/06/12--03:01: Bonnie Chai
  • BA (Hons) Costume for Performance

    Motivated and responsible, looking to expand costume making and design skills and hands on experience. I have taken on several work experiences during my time at the university, including at the Royal Opera House, the Young Vic, the London 2012 Olympics as well as smaller productions and student productions. I thoroughly enjoy costume construction and am keen on learning more! From a multicultural background, having lived in several countries, I have had the benefit of getting to know people from a myriad of different backgrounds and I treasure every opportunity I have to meet new people and to travel. Cultural links and barriers is something that has always interested me, something I have taken forward to use as the inspiration for my third year final major project. Final major project: "Progression" - short contemporary dance film Especially with all the current media hype surrounding immigration and whether it’s good or bad, I feel that sometimes people take it for granted and see people more like inanimate objects that are trying to invade their space rather than people who feel and think. That these people are faced with such difficulties and barriers, like preconceived notions, and they are working hard to overcome this. If you could imagine, being placed in a country where the native language is not your own, or the culture is wholly different from where you used to live. Having to spend everyday trying to get used to a new lifestyle, a new town, trying to communicate effectively without being discriminated against, and most of all, be accepted by the people around you – who sometimes seem, just because you are who you are, to be against you. Even if you may look British in facial appearance, oftentimes it is still telling that you are foreign by the way you dress, or how you walk, or how you hold yourself, or how you act towards others. It is unfortunate that in such a diverse city as London some people do still tend to discriminate and this makes it very difficult for a foreigner to feel at home in such an environment. Using the dancer’s own story of her move from Jordan to London, costumes were made to highlight emotions felt when moving to another place. First, the “barrier” stage – cultural, language barriers and other difficulties; and the “freedom” stage – overcoming these barriers and becoming more independent – realising how liberal London is compared to her conservative hometown. This was made into a short contemporary dance film. The final stage, "integration" – falling into a rhythm, a cog in the machine, just wanting to get on with everyday life like a local – was not included in the film. Working on dance, I had to consider the best interests of the performer - how I had to make everything comfortable for the performer so the performer only had to worry about the dance, maximum movement and ways to enhance the performance through costume. It also gave me the opportunity to experiment with shapes, light and movement, something I tried to bring out in the costumes - costumes that move with the dancer, emphasising the movements and adding to the performance.


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  • 06/06/12--08:50: Amy Sims
  • The Timekeepers

    BA (Hons) Technical Effects for Performance

    A creative individual with a wide range of skills, including sculpting, mouldmaking, casting, painting, drawing, hair punching, trimming / seaming and sewing. To see more, visit: http://amysims.carbonmade.com


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  • 06/06/12--11:03: Magali Confiant
  • SS13

    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Menswear

    More to come... Photographer - Hamish Jordan Makeup & Hair - Luka Watabe Models - Josh Bristow, Gareth Andrews, Giquina


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  • 06/06/12--12:34: Lucy Adjoa Armah
  • Look 8

    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology (Womenswear)

    I am a creative practitioner and researcher who works within and between the disciplines of fine art and fashion. I am seeking diverse projects which can enable me to make the most of my skills, interests, and experience. Also, I am seeking funding oppurtunities which will enable me to initiate and develop my self-directed projects. The main research areas that intrigue me are indigenous textile craft traditions, utilitarian costume within different cultural contexts and vernacular architecture. Skills: Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign 2D to 3D realisation Research Illustration Photo Etching C41 Darkroom Film Developing and Printing Photography Basic Moving Image Capture Modelling for Sculpture, Furniture and Architecture Installation Screen Printing Hand sewing Weaving Creative Pattern Cutting Styling Toiling Industry Machinery Specialised Machinery: Tanaka Creative Management Art Direction Costume Design Object Handling for Museums Experience Co-Directer De/Fault Space April 2011 – Present (1 year 2 months) Fashion Buyer Retro Woman April 2009 – Present (3 years 2 months) Occasional Project Assistant, Yohji Yamamoto Retrospective Victoria and Albert Museum March 2011 – July 2011 (5 months) Artists Assistant Valentin Manz January 2011- March 2011 (3 months) Artists/Designers Assistant Analia Segal April 2010-July 2010 (4 months) Practice Secretary Ellis Miller Architects September 2008 – December 2008 (4 months) Studio Intern Carolyn Massey Menswear May 2008 – August 2008 (4 months) Stylists Assistant Karl Plewka Stylist November 2007 – May 2008 (7 months) Production Intern Preen November 2007 – January 2008 (3 months) Editers Assistant(Intern) Fashion156 July 2006 – November 2007 (1 year 5 months)


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  • 06/06/12--15:57: Lucy Ponting
  • 'The Man with the Twisted Lip'-Final Major Project

    BA (Hons) Costume for Performance

    I am a freelance costume designer and maker, highly driven and hard-working with the ability to work well alone or in collaboration with others. Whilst building on a range of skills during my time at the London College of Fashion, I have developed a passion for tailoring and corsetry, stemming from my love of historical costume. I enjoy the mixture of traditional techniques and the experimental to create something new and unique in relation to the interpreation of character. My previous experience includes working for Madame Tussauds, The Royal Opera House and Angels The Costumiers, as well as working with designers in the theatre and film industry and short student films.


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  • 06/06/12--16:44: Taeseok Kang
  • SDHBP1

    MA Fashion Artefact

    sexual humorous This collection explores narratives of sexual human body and addresses the question of palpable sensations that manifest from the sexual instinct of a human being and the range of sexiness from subtle to extreme. contact 07834552140 blueguylove@naver website http://taesokkang.viewbook.com/album/untitled#19


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  • 06/06/12--17:37: Kay Kwok
  • V&A show

    MA Fashion Design Technology, Menswear

    There is a fresh interpretation in Ancient Egyptian Culture in Kay Kwok’s menswear collection--fake eternity. with the inspiration of Ancient Egyptian Religious and Cosmology-the mysterious story behind Sphinx, the relation between the process of mummy erosion and the system of Ancient Egyptian’s constellation like Ancient culture of Solar,Lunar & Stellar story. the Designer has combined the ideas to create prints by playing shades, light and flame aiming to pushing digital printing into a new area with the twist of classic menswear tailoring.
 Printed Neoprene fabric is widely used on the collection because of its fleshy hand-feel.

 with the uniqueness and freshness of his menswear , the collection was nominated for the Collection of The Year Award 2012. 'Tsz Fung Kwok, from Hong Kong, is not a stranger to having his talent recognised: he won the Hong Kong Design Talent Award upon graduating from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2009, and was nominated for the Top 15 Asian Fashion Designers (in the student category) by WGSN. For his final collection at the LCF’s MA Fashion Design Technology Menswear, Kwok displayed a range of garments featuring leather and neoprene textiles with bold choices of colour such as black, red, purple, orange and midnight blue hues. Despite claiming that his collection was inspired by Egyptian culture, it is clear that Kwok owes a great deal to the work that Thierry Mugler developed in the late 1980s. What separates Kwok from Mugler, however, was the way in which Kwok used digital printing to generate spray paint patterns with moments of bold starburst zigzags, colour grading, and tie dye effects. The collection also included solid black patent hats that brought to mind traditional raincoat caps. Created using 3D technology, the oversized hats contrasted with the sharp silhouettes of Kwok’s suits and overcoats to create a playful effect.'' thestyleexaminer.com For any inquiry please contact Kay Kwok at Kaykwokfashion@gmail.com http://www.facebook.com/KayKwok.London or www.Kaykwok.com


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  • 06/06/12--17:47: Volker Koch
  • #7 Mahale

    MA Fashion Artefact

    SUMBAWANGA TRAIL Shifting Anthropological Form into Contemporary Utilitarian Artefact It is my passion to design and make unique leather objects with a strict code of craftsmanship but also with the sensitivity and respect for our natural environment. The pieces of this collection have been moulded and hand-stitched from vegetable-tanned leather using a fusion of state-of-the-art and time-honoured techniques. The objects’ shapes have been sculpted to mimic the body’s contours when worn, ensuring a snug and comfortable fit while remaining fully functional. When away from the body, each design stands alone as an intriguing artefact of pure craftsmanship and simple beauty. This collection is influenced by primal forms, such as the hand axe, the grindstone and the stele as well as by the findings of the late mathematician August Ferdinand Möbius. Fusing primal elements with science and modern views, Sumbawanga Trail aspires to raise awareness for the diversity of culture and contemporary thinking in our world. Volker Koch Previous work viewable at http://issuu.com/volkerkoch/docs/moebius_clutch Photography by Madame Peripetie Leather by Metropolitan Leather


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  • 06/06/12--18:30: YUHUA (Enid) SHEN
  • OUTFIT 1

    BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring

    This collection is radical neutrality design based on contemporary womenswear tailoring fashion. Photography: Tiffany Lin Model:Chanie Munn Makeup: Ann Lee


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  • 06/06/12--18:30: Emily Aye
  • Look 4

    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Surface Textiles

    Fashion designer and Print Specialist with good experience in pattern cutting, hand and machine sewing and photoshop. Comfortable on knitting machines. Enthusiastic individual inspired by bright colours and patterns. Thrives as a team player, excels in project management and communication. Very open minded, happy to take on challenges and also works well individually. Very quick learner who is always willing to try something new and enjoys a good challenge. As a surface textiles designer, an opportunity to gain experience as a studio assistant would be ideal, previous studio experience has been gained from past placements. Styling has also always been of great interest and experience has been gained from working as style advisor and styling photo shoots at college and university. Very interested in Ethical Fashion and Sustainability. This project is inspired by Burma/ Myanmar and buddhism in the country. The use of gold is prominent throughout the culture and also is in this collection. Silhouettes are inspired by traditional womenswear in Burma and traditional clothing worn by women in many different tribes from different states of Burma. Detailed research was also carried out into the current political issues of the country and has been carried through into some of the textiles ideas, other textiles are inspired by jewellery which is worn to represent wealth within tribes. This has also been used to create new, contemporary embellishments in this collection.


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  • 06/07/12--09:31: Rebecca Sadigh
  • Photo 8

    BA (Hons) Cordwainers Footwear: Product Design & Development

    I have recently completed the final year of my footwear degree, making the final collection as a collaboration with the brand "Miss L Fire" who share the same passion as i do for the 40's and 50's. During placement year i worked with shoemaker Natacha Marro for 6 months where i gained knowledge of how a small business runs, followed by 3 months with The Communications Store, a public relations company. I am currently seeking employment within the footwear industry, open to new challenges.


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  • 06/07/12--09:36: Lucy Welton
  • Laser cut satchel

    BA (Hons) Cordwainers Accessories: Product Design & Development

    I am inspired by people and what the individual can bring to an object. Therefore, when i am designing, i am designing for a very specific person. I like the idea of essences and attributes of accessories and people bleeding into one another, as both fall into conjunction with each other. Functionality is very important to me. I focus on what benefits a product can provide to a person. I primarily work in leather, practising the traditional construction techniques. Most of my work to-date has made an attempt at marrying the traditional with the new and different.


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  • 06/07/12--11:22: Kirsty Robertson
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    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Surface Textiles

    Textile and fashion designer specialising in embroidery influenced by contemporary art and photography.


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  • 06/07/12--11:37: Dulcie Rose Portman
  • PLAY SS13 : accessories

    BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology (Surface Textiles)

    My final collection PLAY SS13 was inspired and based on the idea of the toy, looking into the construction of toys how they could be built up, knocked down and how they move. I later began looking into the Bauhaus movement and postmodernism but I particularly found inspiring the idea of how a child will play spontaneously and care free without to much deliberate thought behind it, building up shapes with blocks to then be knocked back down and I wanted to capture this spontaneous approach in my collection, therefore I echoed this nature by the enactment of cutting out large 2D shapes in contrasting fabrics and attaching together to create 3D shapes which were manipulated and distorted by how they sat on the body, being draped, twisted and pulled in different ways creating unconventional silhouettes shapes. Final designs were resolved through the act of playing with an innovative approach to pattern cutting which depicted the final outcomes. All prints were hand screen printed with the use of illuminating acids in repeat prints and engineered prints. I wanted my collection to be fun, playful, humorous, but with a slight modern, sporty feel giving a new twist on, and relevance to contemporary fashion today. contact: dulcierosep@googlemail.com Freelance: Teatro Vivo, Costumes for play 'Alices Adventures in Wonderland' Sep- Oct 2010 Employment: Barnett Lawson Trimmings Feb 2010- present Admin/Sales Work Experience: Angels The costumiers Feb- April 2011 Costumier Michael Vanderham January - February 2011


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  • 06/07/12--13:58: Sebastiaan Pieter Groenen
  • Photography Devin Blair, model Alex Whipham

    BA (Hons) Bespoke Tailoring

    Menswear designer trained in bespoke method tailoring. http://basgroenen.tumblr.com/


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