BA (Hons) Fashion Design
Amy Nguyen

Amy Nguyen

The message behind the "Blooms" collection is mainly inspired by ideas that unite the fusion of flowers and women, between softness and delicate natural fragility but sharp and striking. A metaphor to say that women are like a beautiful flower, all will bloom in...

Aisha Bah

Aisha Bah

This collection is part of a maternity wear line with the aim of creating styles that challenge the idea that maternity wear needs to be functional over fashionable, and instead, allowing women to choose both. The pieces created, are angled toward the longevity side...

Megan Babbage

Megan Babbage

My graduate collection ‘a(A/a)’ documents my journey of finding myself on a personal level and as a designer. The need to find and understand oneself before promoting to the rest of the world was vital; and took advantage of such opportunity. I have experimented with...

Lottie Pullen

Lottie Pullen

Weighting for Perfection Weighting for Perfection is collection inspired by the pressing issues concerning the fashion industry today. The glamorisation of generalised skinny models has been seen to trigger many physical insecurities. Growing numbers of individuals...

Gemma Thorne

Gemma Thorne

My graduate collection “Finding your Purpose'' is a reflection on me finding who I am as a designer and the impact I want to make on society and the environment. It shows me finding tranquillity in life through the exploration of Japanese culture. I have explored...

Kelly Isaac

Kelly Isaac

The concept behind the Social Butterfly collection developed from researching the early 2000s, Y2K pop culture, mixed with childhood nostalgia. Inspired by escapism from the COVID- 19 pandemic, the collection aims to bring freedom, comfort and memories of simpler...

Rhian Clutterbuck

Rhian Clutterbuck

‘ 興味 ’ (kyomi) is a collection that’s inspired by my own interests, curiosities, and ethical values. This collection is an emphasis of my personality. Combining the relevancy of the Metaverse and how people are free to express themselves and their fashion anyway they...

Mary Chandaman

Mary Chandaman

I’m an aspiring fashion activist and expressive artist mainly focusing on conceptual concepts within my work. Designing for everyone: menswear, womenswear and unisex clothing. I like to focus on designs that embody an abstract technique. I'm often drawn to...

Holly Morgans

Holly Morgans

As a designer, my work incorporates clean lines with a minimalistic approach where key features and textiles bring richness to my aesthetic. Personally, I have a strong appreciation for Asian culture, in particular the history which has stemmed from my grandparents’...

Pippi-Mae Woodfin-Stewart

Pippi-Mae Woodfin-Stewart

The title ‘Reshaping the Boundaries’ was to be influenced by the dividing lines of society. As a designer, the narrative and concept behind my work develops from craftsmanship, textile exploration and fabric manipulation techniques. Exploring and developing...

Emily Tate

Emily Tate

I created a response to the concept of Freedom. It's a reflection of the colour, lights and the music of rave culture. it's a story of stepping into those lights to move alongside them and express that individual brightness within. The colour of the garments is only...

Emma Louise Broad

Emma Louise Broad

My project titled ‘Childhood Euphoria’ explores channeling my inner child through the sense of nostalgia found in reflecting on my childhood experiences. I have been heavily influenced by my time spent in hospital as a child with a heart defect, taking the get well...

Ruby Pickford

Ruby Pickford

A contemporary womenswear designer with focus on creating feel good, playful and interactive clothing through focus on tactility and surface design within the fabrics. My garments are designed to provoke feelings of joy and nostalgia through sensory exploration within...

Emma Jones

Emma Jones

Society as a whole had decided to separate genders by pressuring individuals into thinking that the person was defined by their respective sex/gender and have the ideal body. Everyone, including myself has been through these experiences where society has judged them...

Rowan Ringrose

Rowan Ringrose

“Art is not, as the metaphysicians say, the manifestation of some mysterious idea of beauty or God; it is not, as the aesthetical physiologists say, a game in which man lets off his excess of stored-up energy; it is not the expression of man’s emotions by external...

Chloe Burgess

Chloe Burgess

Studying BA Fashion Design at Cardiff Metropolitan University whilst partaking in a Rendal Fashion internship has allowed me to explore my creative interest in the fashion industry. I am particularly interested in womenswear, and I always look for ways to design more...

Madison Eliza Drew

Madison Eliza Drew

Fashion is often viewed as a tool of social power. However, as we delve deeper into this new age of individuality society has begun to use fashion as a celebration of the self. My collection is a celebration of the person who helped shaped my own identity. My work is...

Jessica Shaw

Jessica Shaw

My collection ‘Restricted Creative’ is an acknowledgement of challenges experienced through the creative process. This looks at how clothing can restrict and manipulate the movement of the body in the same way that imposter syndrome also restricts and manipulates my...

Jennifer Ley

Jennifer Ley

Growing up in the early noughties combined with my cultural influences from growing up in Thailand, has enabled me to surround myself with the blissful joy I associate with Y2K fashion which has a heavy influence on my designer character and outcomes. I consciously...

Mireille Juliana Harvey

Mireille Juliana Harvey

Strong historical references, intricate detailing and hourglass silhouettes define my brand and portray a conversation which taps into the complex relationship between Fashion and Society which has created a dialogue within clothing throughout the ages. I strive to...

Evie Scammell

Evie Scammell

My collection is based around the struggles individuals have felt with themselves since lockdown. I wanted to portray that it is easy to think of...