Glasgow School of Art - Masters in Fashion Promenade

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Glasgow School of Art - Masters in Fashion Promenade

Over the years, Glasgow School of Art’s prestigious Masters in Textiles as Fashion has produced some properly pioneering designers: from internationally-recognised names like Jonathan Saunders and Pam Hogg to The List’s current favourites, upcoming womenswear designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill and innovative hosiery-makers Bebaroque. As the current crop of graduates prepare for their Promenade, we took a look into their studios and found a stunningly diverse range of approaches: knitwear specialists, cutting-edge digital printers, Elizabethan-era inspired jewellery and some really gorgeous silhouettes. Have a look.

Masters’ Fashion Promenade, Mackintosh Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, Thu 3 Sep. Showings at 7pm and 8pm. Tickets £5, available from the GSA Shop on 0141 353 4526.

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1. Carlotta6 Mar 2010, 1:29am Report

Tnis jacket was done by Charlotte Hess who started a label called isobel and cleo after the Masters Promenade. Jacket is on sale here: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=30245699. Her other items can be seen at www.isobelandcleo.com. She is mentioned in The List here: http://www.list.co.uk/articles/what:isobel+and+cleo/. The black scarf was made by Jen Groundwater, also from GSA.

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