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Since studying at Arts University Bournemouth, Jo Godden has gone on to have a lucrative career in fashion, working for brands such Victoria’s Secret, The Gap Inc and M&S.
Since 2008 Jo has only worked for ethical brands and in 2009 founded her own brand, RubyMoon.
Patricia Grice, a member of the BA (Hons) Fashion teaching team, has published her first book to assist the users of Lectra Modaris 2D and 3D.
Patricia Grice, a leading consultant in digital fashion technology for the fashion industry, is a Visiting Tutor at AUB and was previously a Senior Lecturer in Fashion Technology. Patricia was responsible for researching and implementing the Lectra Modaris pattern cutting system into AUB’s course curriculam several years ago, and her commitment and passion for digital technology has supported and directed the Design and Technology pathway on the BA (Hons) Fashion course.
A BA (Hons) Fashion student has described a three-month fashion summer camp in China as a “life-changing experience”
Students from five of AUB's undergraduate courses had the chance to take part in Creative Match Night 2018
E-J Scott said AUB's students will help lead the fashion industry to reduce its impact on the environment
AUB is leading the charge to increase the number of paid internships in the fashion industry in a bid to widen participation
Four BA (Hons) Fashion Branding and Communication students have been nominated for an international video award
Becky Wilson studied BA (Hons) Fashion at AUB, graduating in 2018. She won the Christopher Bailey Gold Award at this year's London Graduate Fashion Week
Yasmin Smith studied BA (Hons) Textiles at AUB, graduating in 2014. She joined Blendworth Interiors as a Design Assistant in 2015 and has since been promoted to Senior Designer
AUB Fashion are delighted to have won the Gold Award at London Graduate Fashion Week this year, and scooped a total of seven awards, making AUB officially the best graduate collection of 2018!
Each year Graduate Fashion Week take over London’s East End Truman Brewery to host the biggest and most exciting catwalk showcasing student talent. Four days of catwalk shows featuring each university take place, followed by a Gala Awards ceremony with categories judged by industry leaders.
BA (Hons) Fashion Branding and Communication student, Alice Hollingsworth is the happy winner of the Lyst Fashion Writing Competition, for her inspiring fashion piece, ‘All That Glitters’.
For the brief in late 2017, the student contestants were asked to produce a 400-600-word article about ‘their favourite fashion trend of the moment’, while adhering to a number of guidelines. Her captivating festive themed article focused the glitter and disco trends, exploring everything from sparkly layers to daring glitter brows.
Fine Art graduates Clive Kudakwashe and Jess Thomas, otherwise known as the duo ‘Multiplicity’ have recently shown work in their first solo show.
The exhibition, held at the Truman Brewery, ran from the 1st until the 4th of February and consisted of new work from both Kudakwashe and Thomas, the sole contributors to the collective. The duo won the overall prize at Free Range 2017, exhibiting with their peers within the ‘v.serious art show’ – this solo show being the outcome of the prize.