LIZ BLACK, CENTRAL ST MARTIN’S BA FASHION 2010

September 24, 2010 § Leave a comment

(By Delphine in YSH London Fashion/June 2010)

The entires are in, counted, and been heavily scrutinised by our panel of judges. But we came to an unanimous decision – YshLondon’s Best in Show competition winner is Liz Black. A big thank you to all our fantastic competition entrants for ‘Best in Show’ YshLondon was astouned by the quality and varity of level of work from this year’s fashion and textiles graduates. But there had to be an overall winner and Liz Black stole the show!

Since graduating Liz has received much press attention to her collection YshLondon rst featured Liz in our Graduate Fashion Week round-up this June. She is welcoming commissions collaborations and interesting projects and is currently working on her own womenswear brand whilst jugging a fashion business course and showcasting her collection at exhibitions and trade fairs. Phew!

YshLondon is sure this will not be the last we hear of Liz.

Good luck Liz, and we hope you gain inspiration from the Horrockses exhibitions at the Fashion and Textile Museum.

                                                        Cerulean and grape paint-splattered cotton sateen was cut into

                                                        orb-like tops and dresses with one look incorporating a visor

                                                        headpiece that Esther Williams would’ve been proud to wear.

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