Joe Tudor

Joe Tudor

CopywriterLondon, United Kingdom
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Joe Tudor

Joe Tudor

CopywriterLondon, United Kingdom
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  • Gothic Manchester Fashion Show (RAH! Event)
    Gothic Manchester Fashion Show (RAH! Event)
  • Proximity Collective
    Proximity CollectiveProximity Collective - PhD researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University. Residency and Exhibition at Paradise Works, Salford, Manchester. December 2019.
  • GFF CHILDRENSWEAR AWARD
    GFF CHILDRENSWEAR AWARDMY GENDER - NEUTRAL CHILDRENSWEAR PROJECT HAS BEEN HIGHLY INSPIRED BY CLASSIC JERSEY STREET-WEAR WHICH IS TRENDING ON THE HIGH STREET. I HAVE ADDED AN ELEMENT OF OVERSIZING TO MY COLLECTION AS I BELIEVE THAT THE YOUTH OF TODAY ARE GROWING UP IN A SOCIETY WHERE THERE IS A VAST AMOUNT OF BODY SHAMING ON OTHERS WHICH IS CAUSED THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA AND CELEBRITY INFLUENCERS. OVERSIZED CLOTHING IS RECENTLY A HUGE TREND AND I BELIEVE THAT IT CAN MAKE YOUNGER PEOPLE FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE AND COOL IN
  • FINAL MAJOR PROJECT ' A WOMAN'S BODY THROUGH SURREALISM'
    FINAL MAJOR PROJECT ' A WOMAN'S BODY THROUGH SURREALISM'My Final Major Project, 'A women's body through surrealism' has been inspired by surealist artists research to influence the shapes and colourways throughout the collection. In todays generation, every woman has their own visons and beliefs of what the 'perfect' body looks like and in this project, I have focused on moving away from this by creating androgynous street-wear clothing where the wearer can not be identified as woman or man. The collection has been designed based around the drawings
  • A Nostalgic Future
    A Nostalgic FutureThe project ‘A Nostalgic Future’ has largely been inspired by a recent trip to Tokyo. The project features my own primary photographs alongside other influential sources such as vintage lingerie and nightwear, Japanese pop culture including ‘90s street wear and anime, as well as themes addressing the innocence of childhood clashed with the brutal reality of adulthood for women.
  • Forgotten Memories
    Forgotten MemoriesPhotos for the fashion look book, which displays the designs by Manchester Metropolitan University Graduate Chun-Yin Chan.