School of Fashion and Textiles launches its first undergraduate fashion show
Thirty-two graduating students of the School of Fashion and Textiles showcased their talent through their creative designs at the PolyU Fashion Show 2022 – marking the first undergraduate fashion show after the upgrade of the School and the return of the annual iconic institutional show after a two-year break due to the pandemic.
The Show presented exciting works by newly graduating students from the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Scheme in Fashion and Textiles, embracing the three majors of fashion design, knitwear design, and intimate apparel and activewear design. It provided an opportunity for the students to share their amazing designs on the catwalk.
Fourteen alumni designers who received awards in 2021 and 2022 but could not show their works due to the pandemic, were also invited to showcase their designs and share their success with the audience.
The Show attracted nearly 700 guests including influential figures from the industry, famous fashion designers, media friends and fashion bloggers, while an audience of over 7,000 watched the live show online.
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