Marusia Shines at ‘Young Talent of Tomorrow’ Fashion Competition

Marusia Shines at ‘Young Talent of Tomorrow’ Fashion Competition

Our Art Scholars have been competing nationally in a ‘Young Talent of Tomorrow’ fashion competition organised through Graduate Fashion Week, to design a set of fashion designs which reflect students Self Identity. They were asked to complete a huge amount of work, filling two A1 sheets with research photos, fabric and colour samples, test designs and three final designs with annotations and a mini essay about their heritage, religion, nationality, physical and online communities, or created identities.

Marusia E in Fourth year fought off a myriad of entries to come third in her age category and has won her designs professionally printed and displayed at Graduate Fashion Week in London, a framed print of her work and tickets for her family and teacher to attend GFW24 to watch a catwalk show in June, where her work will also be digitally showcased.

Many congratulations to Marusia on her outstanding effort and achievement. This is the first time Caterham School has entered this competition, and the scholars all worked incredibly hard to produce some beautiful work. A selection of the best pieces will be exhibited in September 2024 alongside the GCSE and A Level Art Exhibition.

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