Fashion industry stars of tomorrow show off their work to industry insiders

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Ravensbourne University London Fashion students showcase their final-year work to industry leaders.

On Thursday 6 June, a group of students who are set to become the fashion industry stars of the future showcased their work to industry leaders, hoping for their big break.

At an industry breakfast held at the stylish 180 Studios in central London, students from Ravensbourne University London showcased their highly creative work.

This event was also an opportunity for the students to network with industry professionals in the fields that they are aiming to enter, and for staff to strengthen their pre-existing relationships with our industry contacts. Brands in attendance included Ralph Lauren, All Saints, Alexander McQueen, LVMH, and more.

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People network at event and look at students' work

Speaking about the RUL Fashion Industry Breakfast, Evangeline Duck, Talent Acquisition Specialist at LVMH, said: "At LVMH we are always looking to bring fresh new talent into the organisation.

"It was great to get the opportunity to be connected with talented graduates from Ravensbourne University London today, who, with support from brands like ours, may become the fashion stars of tomorrow."

The students were from three courses, BA (Hons) Fashion, BA (Hons) Fashion Buying and Brand Management, and BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion and Communication, housed in Ravensbourne’s iconic fashion department.

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Previous alumni from such courses have included Clare Waight Keller, designer and former artistic director for Chloe and Givenchy; Mathilde Mader, artistic director of Everlane; Ifeanye Okwuadi who has designed outfits for Bridgerton; and Clio Peppiat whose clothes have attracted attention from high-profile figures such as Lady Gaga and Kylie Jenner.