Fashion student awarded runner-up for Innovation Award at Graduate Fashion Week

    A Kingston University fashion designer has been highly commended for her metallic-themed womenswear collection which includes a glimmering dress made of 2,000 plumbing copper brackets.

    The shimmering dress was one of six looks created by 22 year old Sadie Clayton from Mirfield in West Yorkshire. Her voluminous metal sculptures, intricately detailed dresses and towering faux fur wing-shaped coat caught the attention of judges at Graduate Fashion Week and saw her named a runner-up in the London showcase’s award for innovation.

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