I’m so excited to have been invited to the Ulster of University Graduate Fashion Show this Thursday evening in St Annes Cathedral Belfast. I can remember last year watching some local bloggers Instagram stories and being blown away by the show. Now this year I get to see it all first hand. The show takes place once a year to highlight the student’s talents from the year. We will see designs from the following knits, prints, embroidery and weave with inspiration taken from nature, military and ghosts.
University of Ulster Graduate Fashion Show
We will also have the pleasure of seeing previous students collections. Including Fintan Mulholland, Mary Callan, Silver Apples Childrenswear, Chloe Dougan and UU resident designers Francesa Keaveney and Aoise Herron.
Alison Gault, Senior Lecturer at Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art
“Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art is a creative hub helping to cultivate and develop the next generation of art and design talent. Our Graduate Fashion Show is regarded as one of leading graduate shows nationally and allows the fashion and textile industry to view the work of our future faces of fashion. The graduate fashion show also demonstrates the innovation, creativity, and energy of our students and highlights the significant contribution that Ulster University makes to design both at home and abroad.”
Hannah Ibrahim, a final year fashion design student at Ulster University
“The graduate fashion show is the culmination of years of hard work and I welcome the opportunity to showcase my design skills and creativity to industry representatives. The class of 2018 exhibiting are all individual designers with unique style and vision and with the skills learned through the Textile Art, Design and Fashion programme at Ulster University, we will exhibit fresh new ideas for the contemporary fashion industry, so I’ve no doubt this will be a fashion show like no other.”
About The University Of Ulster
The University of Ulster is ranked in the top 3% of universities worldwide. The university is a modern and forward-thinking place. With the students being at the heart of everything. High-quality teaching which is informed by world-leading research across key sectors. This all has a very positive impact on our economy. Which in turn has a very positive impact on people around the world.
Ulster University’s Graduate Fashion Show takes place on Thursday 31 May from 7.00pm-9.30pm at St Anne’s Cathedral. Tickets for the show are £15 and can be purchased below:
If you’re local its going to be a wonderful night and not one to be missed. If not keep an eye on my Instagram stories to see all the latest designs from the fab students at the University of Ulster Belfast 🙂