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New College Stamford students’ starring role at fashion week




Fashion students Hannah Page and Eden Loweth
Fashion students Hannah Page and Eden Loweth

Former New College Stamford fashion and clothing students Hannah Page and Eden Loweth showcased their amazing designs at London’s Graduate Fashion Week last week.

The event has launched the careers of some of the biggest names in fashion inculding Stella McCartney and Julian McDonald and will put Hannah and Eden in front of Vogue, and some of the top agents and designers in the world such as Christopher Bailey and Vivienne Westwood.

As well as having her work feature in the leading international event for fashion graduates, Hannah’s work was also chosen to feature in online fashion magazine Dazed Digital’s article ‘Nine Brit Fashion Grads You Need To Look Out For at Graduate Fashion Week’.

Her designs were inspired by her love for rock ‘n’ roll music culture after growing up in a very musical household in Elton, near Peterborough.

After this amazing success Hannah now plans to “start work straight away and gain some experience as a menswear designer. Then hopefully work towards her own brand that collaborates with up and coming bands and musicians”.

If you want to kick start your career in fashion and get hands on experience experimenting with contemporary design, it’s not too late to apply for a place at Bew College Stamford this September.

Call 01780 484311 for more information or visit www.stamford.ac.uk/departments/fashion/



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