LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION MA / MENSWEAR AW 2016 -

LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION MA / MENSWEAR AW 2016

by ARCSTREET.COM January 10 2016, 17:26 FASHION FASHION - YOUNG TALENT LFW

 

 

 

See below the London college of fashion MA / Menswear autumn-winter 2016 collections. The show, part of LCF’s MA16 graduate season, featured collections from ten graduates from the MA Fashion Design Technology Menswear course. The young designers showing their work are: Peng Chen, Ziqing Zhou, Pakholee, Grant James Povey, Alexis Housden, Bethany Williams, Jekeun Cho, Haili Jin, Victor Pao and Xiao Zhou Su. Discover the full collections of graduates here
 

Peng Chen: ‘My garments are one size. They fit smaller thin men and larger men, too. My methodology focused on pattern cutting on both size of men.’

Peng Chen: ‘My garments are one size. They fit smaller thin men and larger men, too. My methodology focused on pattern cutting on both size of men.’

 Ziqing Zhou: ‘My aim was to create an abnormal garment to represent the ‘new-normal’ in the fashion world.’

Ziqing Zhou: ‘My aim was to create an abnormal garment to represent the ‘new-normal’ in the fashion world.’

Pakholee: ‘My collection is my definition of minimal fashion, I eliminated parts of the jackets or garments that weren’t necessary for it to be worn and created a minimalistic collection with no unnecessary stitches, pockets etc.’

Pakholee: ‘My collection is my definition of minimal fashion, I eliminated parts of the jackets or garments that weren’t necessary for it to be worn and created a minimalistic collection with no unnecessary stitches, pockets etc.’

Alexis Housden: ‘It all began after a monumental break up which happened around the same time as me starting my MA. I started to look at veils in the way they are used in the west, so, for mourning and weddings.’

Alexis Housden: ‘It all began after a monumental break up which happened around the same time as me starting my MA. I started to look at veils in the way they are used in the west, so, for mourning and weddings.’

Grant James Povey: ‘I explored the appropriation of volume within a historical context – looking at how volume worked within historical costume and bringing it through to the modern day.’

Grant James Povey: ‘I explored the appropriation of volume within a historical context – looking at how volume worked within historical costume and bringing it through to the modern day.’

Bethany Williams: ‘My muse is Jacques Rancière. He is a philosopher who talks about political change through art and I find that really interesting.’

Bethany Williams: ‘My muse is Jacques Rancière. He is a philosopher who talks about political change through art and I find that really interesting.’

Jekeun Cho: ‘I was inspired by the suicide of Robin Williams and how internally he was very depressed but externally he was a very happy person.’

Jekeun Cho: ‘I was inspired by the suicide of Robin Williams and how internally he was very depressed but externally he was a very happy person.’

Haili Jin‘Most fashion designers design garments to fit the body and follow the line of the body. I want to make air and space between fabric and body.’

Haili Jin‘Most fashion designers design garments to fit the body and follow the line of the body. I want to make air and space between fabric and body.’

Victor Pao: ‘My collection is based on my fascination with the extraordinary transformations of birds of paradise and inspired by the three states of mind: conscious, unconscious and subconscious.’

Victor Pao: ‘My collection is based on my fascination with the extraordinary transformations of birds of paradise and inspired by the three states of mind: conscious, unconscious and subconscious.’

Xiao Zhou Su: ‘The main idea of this project is to create a vision of  a”new man” through the garments, primarily as a result of the application of a unique pattern that cuts and joins two colour panels on one outfit.’

Xiao Zhou Su: ‘The main idea of this project is to create a vision of a”new man” through the garments, primarily as a result of the application of a unique pattern that cuts and joins two colour panels on one outfit.’

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