Saturday August 8, 2020

Fashion flash forward

Where lies the future of Irish fashion? Amid fantastical feather creations, coats without sleeves and an awful lot of green, Lisa Brady catches up with some of NCADs new graduates to find out.

7th June, 2015
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Adam Henderson: NCAD Brown Thomas Bursary Runner Up, winner of River Island Bursary 2015

NCAD Brown Thomas Bursary Runner Up, winner of River Island Bursary 2015

Collection title: Made in the Irish Free State A/W 2016

“My Degree collection is inspired by the women of the Easter rising of 1916, concentrating on a group known as the Cumann na Mban. I am interested in the juxtaposition between the masculine and the feminine, and using traditional menswear as a starting point for womenswear. I used fabrics such as Irish wools, laser-cut...

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