Textiles Window Display @ Browns of York
The Textiles department at All Saints RC School are delighted to have worked with Browns York again for the second year running.
The dedicated and talented Year 13, A Level D&T Fashion and Textiles students were excited to have their creations displayed in the window of Browns York as part of York Fashion Week 2019 from 27-31 March 2019. The students worked hard on researching and developing their unique design ideas to each produce very different final products.
Ellena Eleftheriou designed an evening outfit inspired by the minimalism movement to be sold in Topshop’s Going Out collection. She used a striking black and red colour scheme. Her jacket includes a printed lining under a layer of black organza to create a modern effect.
Jasmin Marshall's on trend wine red, two piece outfit comprises of a pair of paper-bag waist shorts and an oversized denim style jacket. This outfit is to appeal to every young person who enjoys online shopping.
Lottie Hunter-Middleton’s outfit originally took inspiration from dark romanticism using a limited colour palette of black and flashes of gold.
The All Saints students worked alongside Emma Larkin, the stores Visual Merchandiser, producing the window display with their own outfits and were Visual Merchandisers for the day. This gave the students an insight into one of the job roles within the fashion and textiles industry.
Thanks to Browns York and Emma for your hospitality.
In organising these events within YFW I aim to raise awareness of the GCSE & A Level Fashion & Textiles courses we offer at All Saints RC School and would like to invite anyone who is interested to attend our annual GCSE and A Level open nights, visit the school website and enquire at [email protected] or [email protected]. Next year it could be you! What better experience than to take part in the excitement of a fashion show and gain first hand work experience in a popular department store and have your designs on show for all of York to see. Why not get in touch!