Monday December 9, 2019

Change is constant

The newest crop of NCAD fashion graduates display a heady mix of influences in their graduate collections, from an opera-singer grandmother to the Repeal movement

2nd June, 2019
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Ciara Allen

While the future of fashion may be uncertain, the NCAD Class of 2019 Fashion Design students are determined to play their part in shaping it. Monday last saw the reveal of their final year collections at an event in Dublin’s Westbury Hotel, with 20 students displaying wares of unprecedented diversity.

Lucan student Ciara Kelly used her dad’s motorbiking gear as inspiration for her project, ZZR; Drogheda’s Holly McPhail was inspired by her grandmother, a professional...

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