Georgia + Kia

Georgia plus Kia are a Creative Advertising team built at Bucks, currently living, laughing and loving as Creative Strategists at TikTok.

Lydia Edmonds

Lydia Edmonds’ niche lies with hairstyling and wigs, with a favourite look of 1920s finger waves. This project is based on Victorian children’s toys.

Alex Sayers

Alex Sayers’ project is about colour and people. The artist set out to explore the connections people have to colour, breaking down binaries.

Refika Salih

Refika Salih is a makeup artist who takes inspiration from The Brothers Grimm fairy tales, in which a character disguised herself as a bird.

Ella Woodcock

Ella Woodcock’s project is about “collective joy”, and is inspired by the places the artist would go to before the pandemic to enjoy music.

Madeleine Morgan

Madeleine Morgan explores body language, looking at how someone’s physicality may change in response to how they have been told to behave.

Charlotte Ketteridge

Charlotte Ketteridge has designed a new festival informing 16-24-year-olds about the benefits of positive actions and thinking in everyday life.

Zara Ahmed

How often do you ask where your clothes come from? Ahmed’s campaign was created to shed light on issues arising from fast fashion industries.

Sydony Greenwood

Sydony Greenwood has focused on the Hans Christian Andersen version of The Little Mermaid, designing a series of six sets filled with emotion.

Courtney Seymour

“Within my work I empower designing for change.” Courtney Seymour designs a brand of chai tea that donates 25% of its profits to charity.

Carolyn Gordon

Carolyn Gordon has created three contemporary, modern day make up looks based on Greek gods: Poseidon, Aphrodite and Artemis.

Mattie Clyne

Mattie Clyne’s Spring/Summer collection is inspired by the traditional clothing of Russian and Afghan cultures connected to her family.

Rhiannon Campbell

Rhiannon Campbell’s thorough and focused research underpins her empowering work. She is passionate about human rights and equality.

Flora Mitchell

Flora Mitchell’s aim is to give others the tools and confidence – in the form of garments – to explore and express their true identity without restrictions.

Caitlin Martin

Caitlin Martin focuses on functionality and the consumer. For her final project, Martin produced the branding for a healthy fast-food delivery service.

Dominika Szukaj

Dominika Szukaj is fascinated by transformations in nature, culture and people; her collection explores the in-between of tradition and avant-garde.

Gerda Pustelnikaite

Gerda Pustelnikaite is inspired by the uncertainty of the design process and views fashion is a form of art.

Laura Jane Sessions

Laura Jane Sessions’ portfolio is built around archetypal representations of women; she uses prosthetics and sculpture to explore stories.

Tamsen Mellor-Gardner

Tamsen Mellor-Gardner’s aims to create awareness of the Save the Bees campaign; she uses colours and fabrics that may not be available in future.

Lindsey Leverton

Lindsey Leverton’s reflects an appreciation of the UK’s natural diversity; research was collected from landscapes of personal resonance.