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06 Jun 2013

All Walks Beyond the Catwalk Awards (1)


Congratulations to Clara Rose and Rebecca Chambers for catching the eye of  All Walks Beyond the Catwalk founders Erin O’ConnorDebra Bourne and Caryn Franklin with their cheeky and stylistic short videos.

Both BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion students entered the Fashion Film Category in the Diversity Now Competition and secured a poistion among the winners.

It's been an incredible year for all Ravensbourne's Fashion and Fashion Promotion students - Iain Bromley, Subject Leader, BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion

Clara Rose earned a Highly Commended position for her video revealing two ‘unconventional’ models (click on above image to watch the video). Judges Stephanie Heart (Documentary Maker and Body Image Activist) and  Kathryn Feguson (Film Maker and Curator of the Birds Eye Film Festival) described it as “A clever film that explores the theme of diversity in an unexpected way to challenge stereotypes about age.”

Hand-picked by Caryn, Debra and Erin, Ravensbourne’s Rebecca Chambers received the Co-Founders Award. Her ‘short message perfectly sums up the energy of All Walks Beyond the Catwalk‘.

Iain Bromley, Subject Leader for BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion is impressed with all the students involved in this year’s competition, he says, ‘This campaign is important as it not only challenges and questions the ‘norm’ around body image but is also testament that runway is not the only end goal of fashion – what is is getting the public to buy into your brand and buy your clothes.”

This is the second year Ravensbourne has been engaged with The All Walks Campaign, which is in itself an industry-awarded campaign and supported by industry heavies such as Nick Knight / Show StudioRankin and Mark Fast.

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