Madison Weight
Menswear Designer
Caught in the Web
(2018)
Metamorphosis
(2017)
Re-Make, Re-Design
(2017)

Original Copy
(2016)
Last Updated (09/05/18)
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‘Caught in the Web’ is a Pre-Collection project that delves into technology and reflects upon the impact that the Internet and technological boom has had upon the fashion industry. Visuals compare the similarity of trends from before the Internet was born with those of today. Leading to the question, how much has really changed?
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Kate Moore
Model
Harry Bennett
Owen Boyd
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Inspired by the beaches and eroding textures that surround my hometown of Bournemouth (UK), I designed a collection that reflected the ever-changing natural environment of the British seaside; with elements of traditional fisherman’s work wear incorporated into the fit and style of garments.
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Oda Beide
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Toby Michael
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Re-Make, Re-Design was a duplicative project, challenging me to recreate the ‘Biker jacket juxtaposed with dress shirt’ created by Mason Jung (2013), and the ‘Denim trousers juxtaposed with classic trousers’, also created by Jung (2013), from images alone. This process dramatically improved my understanding of measurements, pattern cutting and emphasised the importance of fit within menswear.

Re-Make, Re-Design allowed me to take inspiration from the combinatorial and minimalistic style of Mason Jung, then design and produce my own outfit that would conform as a piece within in his collections. For my design research I investigated the infamous Mod’s and Rocker’s of the 1960’s, and combined elements from their opposing fashion trends, to design and create an outfit that reflected both of the widely contrasting, revolutionary fashion styles of the era.

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Oda Beide
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James Aspey
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The Original Copy project explored the tailored fit of menswear garments, in the form of re-creating a unique bespoke shirt. With a wide use of constructive techniques that had to be completed in likeness, it expanded my knowledge and understanding of the manufacturing processes and finishes of mens apparel.
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Oda Beide
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James Aspey