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ITC stages MA in Fashion & Textile Design Fashion Show 2021

Design by Vince Leung

Design by Kimmy Law

Design by Judy Soo

(from left) Mr Ryan Houltan, Prof. Jintu Fan, Ms Karen Chan, Mr Anthony Keung, Ms Vivienne Tam, Dr Raymond Chu, Mr Bosco Law, Ms Janet Cheung, Ms Lu Lu Cheung, Ms Janice Wang and Dr Tracy Mok


ITC held its dynamic MA Graduation Fashion Show "Vessels" on 5 August at The Mills. Over 200 guests, including renowned figures in the design and fashion industry, family, friends and supporters were in the audience.

24 outstanding talents from the programme of Master of Arts (MA) in Fashion and Textile Design under ITC presented their design projects in the Show.

The design collections showcased the unusual ingenuity in today’s fashion of the graduating students and disclosed their vision and foresight for the future fashion trend. Their masterpieces not only enhanced the vibrancy of the event that the audience waited with anticipation, but also served as a testament to the distinctive quality of PolyU’s MA Programme in Fashion and Textile Design in nurturing talents for the fashion industry in Hong Kong and beyond.

Under the new leadership of Ryan Scott Houlton, programme leader of MA in Fashion & Textile Design, the Programme is rapidly gaining in reputation as a flagship for innovative design training in the region. Talented and ambitious young creatives are guaranteed a year of challenging practice and coaching to produce extraordinary results. This year students have embarked on some amazing industry collaborations with renowned brands, designing footwear for Spanish shoe brand, Camper. And eyewear for international eyewear company, Bbase. With exciting projects in place for the years ahead.

For Fashion Show review, please visit ITC YouTube Channel or click here.

“The Programme is designed to create and nurture future industry mavericks, who are innovative, free thinking practitioners. All graduates from the MA in Fashion & Textile Design, enter the industry as high caliber candidates with desirable skill sets, ready for the best jobs. Collectively, we bring a positive and dynamic vision of the future, for the Hong Kong fashion industry.”

Mr Ryan Houlton

Programme leader of MA in Fashion & Textile Design


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