Leading fabric brand Condura has launched the ‘Decades of Denim’ project exclusively with Milton Keynes College’s fashion students.
MK shares its 50th year with Condura and students have been asked to design a garnment using the brand’s denim.
Hilary Hutchinson, Fashion and Clothing Lecturer at Milton Keynes College explained: “The students are thrilled to have completed the Decades of Denim project using CORDURA fabrics.
“Designs will be shown as part of their end of year fashion shows.
“These shows are an end of year celebration, where Milton Keynes College showcases the fantastic and creative work of the Art and Design students in Middleton Hall in CMK.
“This gives the second year students the opportunity to exhibit their Final Major Project work, as well as giving all fashion students the chance to see their garments in a number of fashion shows on a professional catwalk.
“The first year students have worked incredibly hard, using the CORDURA brand fabrics, to design and make garments as part of their ‘Decades of Denim’ project, and are already planning the models, styling and music for this exciting event happening this June.
“Performance Denim is a growing fashion trend, this educational project has been specially designed to equip students for success in today’s fast paced fashion world.”