The School of Fashion & Design launch will showcase the latest student work.
Regent’s University London is set to launch its new School of Fashion & Design on Tuesday 2 December 2014 with an electric showcase of student work and catwalk performances.
Guests will be hosted at the University’s newly refurbished Paddington Street building and Marylebone Theatre, a former 19th Century Church which has been transformed as part of a wider investment in high-specification design studios and teaching space for the creative arts.
The evening will feature exhibitions of interior design, graphics, illustration, fashion, digital media and foundation work, with Regent’s students, staff, graduates, media and other industry VIPs from around the world in attendance.
Gill Stark, Head of the School of Fashion & Design at Regent’s University London, comments:
“Our new Paddington Street design studios and refurbished Marylebone Theatre offer the perfect setting to highlight our School’s achievements. We are very excited to share our exhibitions and catwalk shows, which will give an excellent insight into the talent of future fashion and design professionals.”
Highlights at the occasion include a Fashion Show with the theme of ‘FOLK,’ while the ‘Design Hub’ studio will open its doors for visitors to view BA Communication Design students’ work-in- progress, which includes a simulated ad campaign for Pritt Stick set by M&C Saatchi creatives, and developmental work for the Royal Society of the Arts international design competition. Interior Design students will also be showing a range of work that includes proposals for a temporary ‘Pop-Up’ Pavilion in Regent’s Park and a Hair Salon & Styling Lounge in Soho.
The recently established Regent’s School of Fashion & Design is a new School, but has its origins in 1970s Switzerland. The School complements the existing portfolio of degree programmes at Regent’s University London by offering degrees in the very heart of the world’s fashion and design capital.
The School offers undergraduate degrees in Fashion Design, Interior Design, Fashion Marketing and Communication Design, which incorporates Graphics, Digital Media, Photography and Illustration.
Programmes are taught in specialist facilities at heritage buildings in the heart of London and the School’s international graduates work in these industries all over the world.
The School has strong links with the fashion, interior design, architecture, advertising, branding and creative industries in central London and is fast developing international partnerships while also developing a portfolio of postgraduate programmes.