Creative direction and strategies for programme promotion and showcases  for Fashion Communication & Styling at Middlesex University London.

A range of media from specific web designed content, exhibitions and publications, all exploring ways to connect development in student alignment to changes in industry and communication.

Graduate showcases

Everthing is different.  2021

A digital graduate showcase as an alternative to the traditional public exhibition for the Fashion Communication Department. We integrated a magazine feel into the site with interviews and features exploring working process and collaborations alongside the students final outcomes.

Art Director William Richardson, programmer Cobiella.

All I want is... 2020 VISION
FCS graduate showcase 2020. 

Working with Art Director William Richardson and programmer Rafa Cobiella to design a new multi experience site. Mixed frame scrolling extends user experience by allowing them to create their own visual combinations, utilise built in text and drawing tools while emphasising the dynamic mix of content and ideas produced by students.

2020 VISION events.

Alongside the launch of the site we organised three days of events with industry guest speakers, Q&A’s, and workshops. The events allowed direct access and interaction between industry, students, and the general public.
Voyeur Magazine

FCS graduate showcase Magazine 2017-2019.

A dual poster/magazine showcasing the students work and extracts from their dissertations. The result was a stand alone publication that worked beyond the generic  “Fashion Department” catalogues. The publication demonstrated the breadth of the students work, as well as serving as an introduction to the spectrum of ideas explored on the Fashion Communication degree programme. 

Art Director - Helen Delany

Art Director - Claude D’Avoine
Alongside the magazine we worked with Acierta Studio on a static exhibition at the Truman Brewery London. The concept was based around billboards, fly posters and guerilla marketing. The stand stood out against the typical degree showcase structures and reflected the dynamic inherent in Fashion Communication: impact, instinct, insight and message.

Windchester  School of Art graduate showcase stand.