Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Fife College paper fashion school workshop

S5 and S6 pupils from nearby Auchmuty High School enjoyed a paper fashion development class today. 3 teams of teachers and their students enjoyed rolling, twisting and scrunching paper to create raw materials before embellishing body forms with design ideas. 

From this. . . . . 


To this . . . . in 40 minutes using group work, their imagination and hands only.


18 people created 6 design ideas that were photographed, displayed and evaluated.


The groups were lively and the energy was high. Great things were achieved using critical skills group techniques.


It was great to see school staff CPD taking place alongside student learning and all felt that a lot was achieved in a very short space of time.


Many thanks to Vanessa for organising the school side of things and to the pupils for throwing themselves in to the challenge with enthusiasm. Great fun.


Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Fife College Fashion Show - FEP






This lovely short film shows some of our recent fashion student work shown at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference at Carnegie Conference Centre in Dunfermline in October 2016.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Fife Environmental Partnership Conference Fashion Show 2016 -


Baiba is wearing a second outfit designed by Kaye Springham, embellished with recycled fabrics and leggings that had a previous life as a sweater








Millie is wearing an outfit designed by Kaye Springham, recent Fife College graduate, created from pre-loved garments and using textile waste as a fabric source.


Fashion students at Fife College recently showed a collection of garments that were inspired by recycling and fashion sustainability at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference in Dunfermline. Kelly, above, is modelling menswear from Nathan's Wastesavers in Denny, embellished with corsages created by the students from men's neckties.





Susannah, the gothic bride, reflects designer Lisa Buchanan's love of bed sheeting. The ruffled collar and cuffs are studded with seed pearls.





Many thanks to Paul Cranston Imagery for photography and
Fife College students of Hair and Make-up Artistry

Fife Environmental Partnership Conference Fashion Show 2016

 
Fashion students at Fife College recently showed a collection of garments that were inspired by recycling and fashion sustainability at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference in Dunfermline. Kelly, above, is modelling menswear from Nathan's Wastesavers in Denny, embellished with corsages created by the students from men's neckties.

 
 Millie is wearing an outfit designed by Kaye Springham, recent Fife College graduate, created from pre-loved garments and using textile waste as a fabric source.

 
Baiba is wearing a second outfit designed by Kaye Springham, embellished with recycled fabrics and leggings that had a previous life as a sweater.

 
 Ania Cunningham's 3 piece outfit is modelled by Natalie and is inspired by the rainforest. Recycled fabrics and threads were used in raw material sourcing.

 
Susannah, the gothic bride, reflects designer Lisa Buchanan's love of bed sheeting. The ruffled collar and cuffs are studded with seed pearls.
 
Many thanks to Paul Cranston Imagery and Fife College students of Hair and Make-up Artistry
 

Fife Environmental Partnership Conference Fashion Show 2016

 
Fashion students at Fife College recently showed a collection of garments that were inspired by recycling and fashion sustainability at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference in Dunfermline. Kelly, above, is modelling menswear from Nathan's Wastesavers in Denny, embellished with corsages created by the students from men's neckties.

 
 Millie is wearing an outfit designed by Kaye Springham, recent Fife College graduate, created from pre-loved garments and using textile waste as a fabric source.

 
Baiba is wearing a second outfit designed by Kaye Springham, embellished with recycled fabrics and leggings that had a previous life as a sweater.

 
 Ania Cunningham's 3 piece outfit is modelled by Natalie and is inspired by the rainforest. Recycled fabrics and threads were used in raw material sourcing.

 
Susannah, the gothic bride, reflects designer Lisa Buchanan's love of bed sheeting. The ruffled collar and cuffs are studded with seed pearls.
 
Many thanks to Paul Cranston Imagery and Fife College students of Hair and Make-up Artistry
 

Thursday, 25 August 2016

Still time to apply - Fife College Fashion Courses

 
Amy McDuffie is the student designer of this capsule collection all designed and manufactured at Fife College, Scotland. It's is not too late to study on NC Fashion Design and Manufacture and HND Fashion Design and Production with Retail here. There are fantastic opportunities to articulate to 6 fashion degree programmes at year 3 or straight into employment. Our reputation and track record is excellent.   Great courses, high quality delivery, outstanding resources and friendly staff.

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

VOGUE goes Pop

If you are looking for a relaxing way to unwind at the start of the holidays and enjoy the craze of adult colouring in, Vogue and Iain R Webb have launched a retro interactive book based on the Vogue archive from the 1960's.