nowhere Creativity Workshop: Find Your Uniqueness

Since the nineties, nowhere’s been working behind the scenes, and at the highest levels, with corporations all over the world. Their creative and diverse team help companies catalyse and animate vision, develop new and exciting strategies and build innovative new brands. They love designing workshops that encourage co-creativity – they helped WSA Fashion Design students exploreContinue reading “nowhere Creativity Workshop: Find Your Uniqueness”

Featuring the Work of Year 2 Menswear Design Student Walter Wu

Walter Wu is a Year 2 menswear designer who likes to investigate the function and construction of historical and modern garments.  Deconstruction plays a large part within his design process, he questions garment structures and function and finds new ways to reconstruct. Even the way a garment is folded will inspire his design details.  WalterContinue reading “Featuring the Work of Year 2 Menswear Design Student Walter Wu”

F-Troupe Live Project

During a time when the whole of the UK and other parts of the world were in an unprecedented lockdown WSA’s Year 2 Fashion Design students took up the challenge to design a clothing and accessory line for designer accessory label F-Troupe. F-Troupe, best known for its original and off-beat designs, were able to offer WSAContinue reading “F-Troupe Live Project”

Scrub hubs and mask makers

Across University of Southampton staff and students have been working with the global effort to address the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from creating innovative support technology to developing potential vaccines. Fashion Design staff and students at WSA are also doing their bit by working with local organisations, hospitals and care homes making useful fabric items forContinue reading “Scrub hubs and mask makers”

Final Year Fashion Design Work in Progress

In a fully student-led show Fashion Design and Knitwear students collaborated to present their final year and second year work in progress to an audience at Winchester School of Art in it’s 150th year. This year saw themes of politics, reusing – reducing, up cycling, handmade, diversity and discrimination being held close to the studentsContinue reading “Final Year Fashion Design Work in Progress”

Year 2 Fashion Design Live Project With Penguin Ventures

In collaboration with Penguin Ventures, Year 2 Fashion Design students were tasked with creating an ethically considered garment and four scarves inspired by Cicely Mary Barker’s exquisite Flower Fairy illustrations. The students delivered a variety of looks that went beyond the expected.  In this live industry project students presented their ideas to representatives from PenguinContinue reading “Year 2 Fashion Design Live Project With Penguin Ventures”

The Emma Greenhill Talk

The next ‘KNOWLEDGE IS POWER’ guest speaker is Fashion Textiles Designer Emma Greenhill. After the talk and Q&A we will also have the opportunity to examine wonderful examples of her work. Emma Greenhill has worked for the past twenty years for designers such a Karl Lagerfeld, John Galliano, Hussein Chalayan, Luella and Julien MacDonald. As a In-House PR she was knownContinue reading “The Emma Greenhill Talk”

Rottingdean Bazaar Talk

We welcome @rottingdeanbazaar for our next ‘KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!’ talk on Thursday 10th October 5-6pm in Lecture Theatre A at Winchester School of Art. @rottingdeanbazaar are an independent anti-fashion label working with conceptual fashion and projects. Very funny and inspiring for any Art & Design Student. ‘KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!’ is a series of exciting and informative Fashion andContinue reading “Rottingdean Bazaar Talk”