Following on from the success of last year’s Bradford School of Art annual Fashion competition which set the concept influenced by the pandemic and been restricted to home, this year the concept of the impact of the pandemic continues, but this time focusing
upon how lock down and restrictions allowed the environment to breathe.
With less planes in the sky, cars on the roads and movement of shoppers, for this years competition you are asked to think about sustainability to design a women’s, men’s or kidswear outfit using only recycled denim and carrier bags as the fabrics.
We are waiting to confirm a workshop day, where you can come into the College to get tips and help for ideas with your design – keep an eye out for the date!
Sustainability within fashion is vital and as potential future fashion influencers it’s time to put this into practice!
Your entry can be a physical or digital design, producing an item of clothing for adults or children using recycled denim or carrier bags as the fabrics of your design. Consider how you could use these materials to form a fabric and a design (weaving, padding,
To enter, you must be aged 14 and over (from Year 10 through to adults). Your final design must be a physical copy displayed on A3, if you have created a design digitally – please make sure you are able to print this out. When complete, your entry can be
dropped off or posted to the College.
The deadline to enter is the 2nd of September 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact BA (Hons) Fashion Programme Leader, Angela Loftus at A.firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to Fashion