- Maisie Gale X Charles JefferyUsing the British Library as a source, I created this project inspired by the Bristol Hot Air Ballon Fiesta. I used my experiences working in retail to create pages based on overconsumption, using reduction labels and receipts for my creative evidence throughout the project. I used patchwork as a method for zero waste pattern cutting when developing my shapes to reduce waste and overconsumption.
- Fit For RepurposeMy influences and research inspiration sources for my graduate collection is 100% recycled with the focus on the three R’s; RE-CYLE, RE-USE, RE-MAKE. My collection is made from waterproof materials used in the outer body of discarded tents from festivals and holiday campers. The designs reuse the functional features and attributes of the tent, for example ties, ropes, zips, eyelets D rings etc. These components are key details with the new garment’s features. Each garment is designed directly f
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- Meet the GFF 2020 Considered Fashion Award NomineesAll works that celebrate sustainable, ethically aware and socially responsible products, media and marketing projects with a strong narrative that lowers environmental impact, and embodies and communicates sustainable and ethical practices. The presentation of your work must actively encourage and promote the benefits of ethical and environmental awareness. Meet the nominees!14