Tag: dmu fashion

Back To Uni Essentials – Women

Being comfortable AND fashionable at Uni can sometimes be a struggle, especially with a smaller budget and the ‘glorious’ English weather. I picked out five fashion staples that could become a helping hand at the beginning of October, as they...

/ 12th August 2015

Fashion Design students hosting catwalk for Graduate Fashion Week

On 27 February, final year Fashion Design students will take to the LCB Depot to raise more money for Graduate Fashion Week. Having done several fundraisers so far, including selling their designs at the Clothes Show Live and opening a...

/ 24th February 2015

Graduate’s winning designs on sale with leading lingerie label

A new collection of bridal lingerie, created by a De Montfort University (DMU) graduate, has gone on sale with lingerie giants Triumph. The limited edition “Ecliptic Renewal” range − featuring a lace, vanilla-coloured bra, thong and suspender belt − was...

/ 2nd May 2014

Beyoncè wears DMU graduate’s design

This year’s Grammy Awards Ceremony opened in spectacular fashion when Beyoncè took to the stage wearing a bodysuit designed by De Montfort University (DMU) Contour Fashion graduate Nichole de Carle. Wearing the Onyx Tuxedo in Black from Nichole’s latest collection,...

/ 28th January 2014

How to Dress: Christmas Day for the girls

Whether your Christmas is a big get together, or a small intimate family day, what you wear should remain practical and comfortable (because, let’s face it, there is always a lot of food at Christmas) yet highly on trend! Follow...

/ 20th December 2013

Five ways to wear: A Pinafore dress

5 ways to wear the dreaded ‘pinafore’ dress The pinafore dress is a must have in your winter wardrobe this year. To many people it can be seen as quite scary, nevertheless if you wear them right they can look...

/ 15th November 2013

Fashion for Cancer: DMU fashion designs on the catwalk

Perhaps the highlight of ‘Fashion for Cancer’ last Sunday was seeing fellow DMU students have their work featured on  the catwalk. When interviewing the designers, they said how their work is rarely seen out of the classroom, so the opportunity...

/ 9th November 2013

Fashion for Cancer: DMU designer Amy Crofts

Lastly I caught up with 3rd year fashion design student Amy crofts, who as well as the other designers have some of her designs featured on the catwalk today. So Amy how are you feeling today? I’m really excited …

/ 8th November 2013

Fashion for Cancer: DMU designers Yasmin,India & Shamin

After interviewing Nathan Bishop, I then caught up with three womenswear designers; Yasmin Jemal Chin, India Bianchard & Shamin Begu. Hello Ladies, how are you feeling about your designs being showcased today? Yasmin: A little bit nervous, our stuff …

/ 8th November 2013

Fashion for Cancer: DMU designer Nathan Bishop

During the Fashion for cancer event last Sunday I managed to interview the DMU designers, whose work featured on the catwalk. The first designer I interviewed was 3rd year fashion design student, Nathan Bishop who designs menswear. What inspired you...

/ 8th November 2013