Saadia Shiekh

Saadia Shiekh’s collection arose from a desire to demonstrate that disability is not synonymous with inability. It is designed for diverse bodies.

Aleksandra Budnik

Aleksandra Budnik has recently been commissioned to create a series of 20 illustrations for the main gallery at Discover Bucks Museum.

Emily Marshall

Emily Marshall’s interest in space travel forms the inspiration for her project; various techniques were used to reflect an understanding of target audiences.

Sylvie Baka

Sylvie Baka’s fashion exhibition was inspired by the three African materials: the Ghana bag, raffia and beads, dating back to the 17th century.

John Kenady Eruthayanathan

Illustrator John Kenady Eruthayanathan’s final project focuses on raising awareness of the history and ongoing inequalities in Sri Lanka.

Emma Duhig

Textile Designer Emma Duhig’s final major project is influenced by beach nature, capturing the beauty of the British coast through fabrics.

Aila Khan

Aila Khan holds a BA Honours Degree in Product Design; the Moderniso Cabinet was created for functional and decorative purposes.

Claudia Mendes

Claudia Mendes’s graphic design project addresses fast fashion and its impact on the environment and contemporary culture.

Scarlett Anderson

Scarlett Anderson’s Diva collection inspired by opera – the iconic heroines featured in classic stories that continue to reflect contemporary culture.

Jade Rawkins

For Jade Rawkins, graphic design is about telling a story. She notes: “I have become passionate about designing graphic props for film and television.”

Zeena Morris

Mixed-media and fibre art and the starting point for any piece made by Zeena Morris. Detailed research is undertaken to explore new technique.

Sarah Creasey

Sarah Creasey combines a range of physical procedures, such as painting and collage, plus working with digital software programmes.

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.

Dominika Szukaj

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

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.

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.