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Above: Amy Konig (Winchester School of Art), Veronica Peduzzi Davies (University of East London), Sarah Kilkenny (Edinburgh College of Art)

The 17 finalists for the 2014 FAD Competition have been selected and the winner will be announced during a catwalk show held during London Fashion Week this February.

Hailing from 11 universities across the UK, this year’s finalists will be presenting cutting edge designs that engage the senses in new and inspiring ways. Check out the 17 finalists below. We can’t wait to see what these sensory garments look like on the runway!

Sing Yu Chan & Tian Yuan (London College of Fashion), Alexandra Baldwin (Kingston University), Alexandra Olivier (Middlesex University)

 

Sing Yu Chan & Tian Yuan (London College of Fashion), Alexandra Baldwin (Kingston University), Alexandra Olivier (Middlesex University)

Lucia Graham (De Monfort University), Johanna Wahlman (UCA Rochester), Annie Oakes (Manchester School of Art)

 

Lucia Graham (De Monfort University), Johanna Wahlman (UCA Rochester), Annie Oakes (Manchester School of Art)

Amy Crofts (De Montfort University), Cat Potter (Manchester School of Art), Rhiannon Wakefield (Middlesex University)

 

Amy Crofts (De Montfort University), Cat Potter (Manchester School of Art), Rhiannon Wakefield (Middlesex University)

Hattie Buckwell (University of the West of England), Bryony Strange (Edinburgh College of Art), Benjamin Callery (Bath Spa)

 

Hattie Buckwell (University of the West of England), Bryony Strange (Edinburgh College of Art), Benjamin Callery (Bath Spa)

Petulia Galvin (Bath Spa), Nobuyuki Matsui & Moe Takahashi (London College of Fashion)

 

Petulia Galvin (Bath Spa), Nobuyuki Matsui & Moe Takahashi (London College of Fashion)

Amy Konig (Winchester School of Art), Veronica Peduzzi Davies (University of East London), Sarah Kilkenny (Edinburgh College of Art)

 

Amy Konig (Winchester School of Art), Veronica Peduzzi Davies (University of East London), Sarah Kilkenny (Edinburgh College of Art)

The finalists will showcase their final designs during London Fashion Week.

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Above: Amy Konig (Winchester School of Art), Veronica Peduzzi Davies (University of East London), Sarah Kilkenny (Edinburgh College of Art)

The 17 finalists for the 2014 FAD Competition have been selected and the winner will be announced during a catwalk show held during London Fashion Week this February.

Hailing from 11 universities across the UK, this year’s finalists will be presenting cutting edge designs that engage the senses in new and inspiring ways. Check out the 17 finalists below. We can’t wait to see what these sensory garments look like on the runway!

Sing Yu Chan & Tian Yuan (London College of Fashion), Alexandra Baldwin (Kingston University), Alexandra Olivier (Middlesex University)

 

Sing Yu Chan & Tian Yuan (London College of Fashion), Alexandra Baldwin (Kingston University), Alexandra Olivier (Middlesex University)

Lucia Graham (De Monfort University), Johanna Wahlman (UCA Rochester), Annie Oakes (Manchester School of Art)

 

Lucia Graham (De Monfort University), Johanna Wahlman (UCA Rochester), Annie Oakes (Manchester School of Art)

Amy Crofts (De Montfort University), Cat Potter (Manchester School of Art), Rhiannon Wakefield (Middlesex University)

 

Amy Crofts (De Montfort University), Cat Potter (Manchester School of Art), Rhiannon Wakefield (Middlesex University)

Hattie Buckwell (University of the West of England), Bryony Strange (Edinburgh College of Art), Benjamin Callery (Bath Spa)

 

Hattie Buckwell (University of the West of England), Bryony Strange (Edinburgh College of Art), Benjamin Callery (Bath Spa)

Petulia Galvin (Bath Spa), Nobuyuki Matsui & Moe Takahashi (London College of Fashion)

 

Petulia Galvin (Bath Spa), Nobuyuki Matsui & Moe Takahashi (London College of Fashion)

Amy Konig (Winchester School of Art), Veronica Peduzzi Davies (University of East London), Sarah Kilkenny (Edinburgh College of Art)

 

Amy Konig (Winchester School of Art), Veronica Peduzzi Davies (University of East London), Sarah Kilkenny (Edinburgh College of Art)

The finalists will showcase their final designs during London Fashion Week.

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