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Great Student Work: Fashion

May 9, 2016


In this blog post we at LaserCut WORKS want to share with you some fashion students’ work from recent graduate shows that we think are great. At LaserCut WORKS we work with many students from different London Universities using our laser cutting machines to help realise students’ visions in their work.

We offer our services to a range of students including: engineering students, architecture students, design students, technology students and many more. Most of our team are alumni in architecture and design from London universities. We love students so much that we offer our professional service to students at a 50% discount and can mostly offer our laser cutting service in London within a quick 24hr turn around to meet your tight deadlines ready for your final Summer degree shows. With one of our laser cutting machines we can offer many different services from architectural models to portfolio cover engraving.

We were inspired by this student’s work, Birce Ozkan from Parsons The New School for Design in New York. This piece, titled The Fall dress, is made up of many autumnal coloured pieces of fabric that gradually fall off the dress to mimic trees losing their leaves seasonally by using a hidden mechanism.

 

These “Excessively Long Shoes” were the creation of graduate, Paulina Lenoir, as part of Central St Martin’s graduate show 2015. The idea of the shoes is to slow the wearers pace down and consider space around them.

 

This psychedelic skirt comes from designer Lianne Polinder, a recent graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, who has developed a fabric that’s based on LCD screen pixels as part of her graduation project. The designer took inspiration from the fact that technology now consumes us and is part of the fabric of our everyday lives.

 

Marlies Schets, another recent graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, has created some accessories for cyclists that reflect light at night time which was exhibited in the University’s graduate show. Reflective material has been woven into garments such as scarves, backpacks and jackets to overcome the problem of people not wanting to wear unflattering high-visibility jackets during night time bike rides or walks.

 

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We at LaserCut WORKS are particularly impressed with the work of University of East London graduate Yuri Pardi’s fashion collection that is inspired by minimalism. Large geometric shapes protrude from the silhouette. The designer’s works entitled “Monument” were showcased during Graduate Fashion Week at London’s Old Truman Brewery.

 

If you’re currently a student at a London University and are looking to incorporate laser cutting, engraving, CNC router machining or 3D printing into your fashion or design project then give us a call on 020 3441 3374 today! Alternatively email us with your requirements on studio@lasercutworks.com and one of our team will call you back. Have a look at our specific student services for more info.

 



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