Over the past week our first year and masters students have been working on their colour inspired mood boards. These are currently on display as an exhibition in the atrium of the School of Creative and Cultural Business.
The students produce these each year as part of their Fashion Design Concepts module. It’s really interesting to see how the students interpret the task differently each year, reflecting on changing trends and influences.
Our first years’ colour exhibition mood boards have brightened up the Aberdeen Business School atrium this past week. There are some very interesting visuals on display this year. Well done to everyone involved!
Red and yellow and pink and green…
We spotted this beautiful rainbow yesterday, lighting up the October sky!
Our annual colour exhibition has arrived and our first year students’ work is on display in the Aberdeen Business School atrium.
The exhibition looks great and it’s interesting to see the different ways in which our students interpret this project each year!
We love this photo of the Fashion Place, taken by Ray Smith this summer!
Our World of Colour window display really brightened up the campus while our students were away.
Here’s our October Annus Moris flashback. This time last year we were preparing for our first year students’ annual colour exhibition and welcoming Fiona Blunsdon to our team!
We also had our annual guest lecture from Aberdeen College’s fashion photographer Steve Smith. We’re looking forward to Steve’s lecture in a couple of weeks and look out for this year’s colour exhibition later this month! Lots more photos to follow…
Our World of Colour fashion show photos are available on the Fashion Place Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/fashplace.
Follow us to see behind the scenes photos from the show, fashion favourites from each walk and our fashion avenue retail experience.
Our photography is an assortment of images from Megan Robertson (Peg’s Pics), Martin Parker from the Gatehouse Print and Design team at RGU and of course our fabulous students and staff at the Fashion Place.