Fashion Students selected to be part of The Origins Creative Arts Festival

Fashion Students selected to be part of The Origins Creative Arts Festival

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Fashion students at Kensington and Chelsea College have been selected from over 340 entries to be a part of an exhibition for their work in at The Origins of Creative Arts Festival.

The Festival celebrates the very best of the work of students taking University of Arts (UAL) Awarding Body qualifications, and those selected to exhibit their work were chosen by Elliot Burns, a professional curator.

Two students, Anibal Hernandez-Palacios Caro and Emili Nyari, are in their first year studying Level 2 Fashion and have competed with mostly second year students to get their place.

Additionally, two Level 1 students, Arizone Phoenix and Sandrine Ruohonen, have also been selected to showcase their work.

This is an excellent demonstration of the Fashion Department at the College, who have had students selected to showcase their work three years running. Impressively, last year Kensington and Chelsea College student Kasey Amoo won an award for the Level one category.

The exhibition will be at the OXO Tower Wharf from the 2nd– 5thAugust.

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