At times like this – where uncertainty has become the main theme in our daily lives – we wonder what the future of fashion would be.
Would trendy clothes still be relevant, especially when we’re spending more time indoors than ever? Is it finally time we as consumers pay more attention to sustainable practices in the fashion world? And how do we continue to use fashion as a way of expressing our individuality?
Lasalle College of Arts’ recent graduate fashion show perfectly explored and reflected on these topics and more. The collections consisted of pieces designed by 26 final-year students from the Arts’ BA(Hons) Fashion Design and Textiles course. And each collection is reflective of the graduates’ versions of fashion’s future.
“How fashion impacts the world is an ongoing and critical conversation we want our students to be a part of,” said Circe Henestrosa, head of School of Fashion at Lasalle.
“By seeding in them a sense of inquiry and equipping them with skills to respond to changing needs of the present whilst anticipating future demands, we hope they can contribute to a better fashion ecosystem for generations ahead.”
Ready to have a peek at what fashion could look like in the future? Keep scrolling to explore their collections, below.