Graduate Fashion Week invades East London’s fashion central Brick Lane. While the West London continues with it’s high street-status-quo, East London has become the hub for the eccentric, the dome for individualism and street swag. In other words, anything that is risk-taking but yet cool is welcomed. Now that’s what I call ‘street-fashion swag’.
No wonder it created a buzz. After all, Graduate Fashion Week is the only hub where the stars of tomorrow are spotted by PR agencies, stylists and celebrities. In addition to the workshops, seminars and classes for guidance for start-up businesses. The strategy of making it now D.I.Y style has changed since the arrival of social media. Since I didn’t go to it this year, it’s best for me to do another style breeze.
The talent at Graduate Fashion Week are fresh, innovative and full of life. Whilst in full of regrets of a) not having a camera and b) not going, I feel that’s its best that next year, I should attend.