During a four-week long period, the second year BA Womenswear students had to answer the question, “What is the contemporary definition of tailoring?” by designing and creating a fully styled outfit. Through exploring alternative construction and different draping methods, the aim was to incorporate a creative, visual concept with traditional tailoring techniques. As the crit went on, the students shared their projects, which explored everything from Cambridge freshers rituals, to packaging designs and distorted Instagram selfies. We were there to see (and capture), why the sowing machines in the cramped fashion studios had been getting so hot for the last month. 

1granary-csm-1 Vy CuttingVy Cutting1granary-csm-2 Emma Louise PeerEmma Louise Peer1granary-csm-4 Alek LassementAlex Lassement
1granary-csm-8 Vy CuttingVy Cutting1granary-csm-18Yuky Ungjj
1granary-csm-19 Chi Wan Po
Chi Wan Po
1granary-csm-9 RenÇ Scheibenbauer

1granary-csm-3 Fabio FrascÖFabio Frasco1granary-csm-13 RenÇ ScheibenbauerRene Scheibenbauer
1granary-csm-12 Simon Valer DacsefSimon Valer Dacsef
1granary-csm-17 Horace PageHorace Page1granary-csm-14 Samson LeungSamson Leung1granary-csm-11 Patrick McDowellPatrick McDowell
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Words and photography by Matilda Söderberg

Featured image: Joel Quadri and Maarten Convens

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