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Edinburgh College Of Art Show 2013: Fashion, Textiles, Performance Costume

15/07/2013 16:49 | Updated 22 May 2015

Structured knit, whimsical headwear and artful volume made Edinburgh College of Art's 2013 fashion show an event that skipped between modernised tradition (well, of course there was a splash of tartan), innovation and confident craftsmanship.

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Costume Design was danced down the catwalk - performed rather than modelled - and while Stacey Jansen's work was an energetic procession of drape and brights, Rafaella Buck's re-imagined tutus were both imaginative and striking and Olivia Rose Hulme's designs had a kooky brilliance that was pure cabaret.

Moving on to Fashion, shape was the stand out strength of the 2013 class - particularly in Eunji Chang and Claire Baird's work. Also exciting were Caroline Nadzanja's designs which combined utility and innocence in a way that was charming and assured

In Textiles, Jennifer Alexander's voluminous sleeves added were achingly wearable and Jessica Deacon knits showed promise of an interesting new talent. In short, a triumphant year for ECA.

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