DMU Fashion

Some of the designs created by students and graduates from our Fashion courses
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Designer Sanaa-E-Fatemah Dhanji, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

Designer Elizabeth Bickford-Sawkins, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

Designer Lucy Hennessy, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

Designer Lydia Butler, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

Designer Megan Duke, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

Designer Scarlett Tyson, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

Designer Yasmin Nasser, Fashion Design BA (Hons) 2016

Fashion Design at DMU produces graduate designers who can bridge the boundaries between creativity, technology and design innovation.

CLASS OF 2016 Graduate Fashion Week (GFW). Raquel Sutherland’s womenswear is inspired by happy accidents and incorporates glass structures designed and made in collaboration with Design Crafts student Alice Heaton.

A budding friendship between two De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) students has resulted in the unusual combination of high-end fashion with stunning glass detail on the Graduate Fashion Week (GFW) catwalk.

CLASS OF 2016 Graduate Fashion Week (GFW). Raquel Sutherland’s womenswear is inspired by happy accidents and incorporates glass structures designed and made in collaboration with Design Crafts student Alice Heaton.

A budding friendship between two De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) students has resulted in the unusual combination of high-end fashion with stunning glass detail on the Graduate Fashion Week (GFW) catwalk.

CLASS OF 2016 Graduate Fashion Week (GFW). Raquel Sutherland’s womenswear is inspired by happy accidents and incorporates glass structures designed and made in collaboration with Design Crafts student Alice Heaton.

A budding friendship between two De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) students has resulted in the unusual combination of high-end fashion with stunning glass detail on the Graduate Fashion Week (GFW) catwalk.

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