Exciting industry-linked live project briefs, placements and work-based learning have allowed our fashion students to develop and gain strong creative skills. We have invested in advanced facilities that nurture and enhance the student learning experience, which has played a role in the huge success in regular top prizes won by our students.
Explore the full breadth of the fashion industry through the work of more than 100 graduating students from our fashion and textiles courses with ground-breaking conceptual collections, industry-standard digital designs, handmade craft textiles, professional image, innovative brand concepts and colourful interior textiles. Fashion students also showcase their designs at Graduate Fashion Week and New Designers in London, with UCLan being one of the most successful UK universities at Graduate Fashion Week. BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion with Styling graduate Mia Edie Roberts was successful at Graduate Fashion Week in 2016 winning the Fashion Styling and Creative Direction Award.