Wednesday, 26 March 2014

L.S.A.D. KNITWEAR EXHIBITING IN GERMANY

2nd year students from the Fashion Dept. and 1st year students from the new Fashion Knitwear & Textiles BA course have joined forces to design and make a collection of garments  for  the  German yarn  company ‘Schoeller Sussen GmbH’. The full collection of ten pieces were on exhibit on the ‘Schoeller, Austermann’ stand at the Handarbeit fair in Cologne, Germany on March 22/23/24th 2014.

In addition to this element, Austermann have introduced ‘LANDLUST’ (publishers of hand knitting patterns in Germany) to the project and four students have designed and produced hand knitting instructions for this company.

The pieces were made with a combination of hand knitting & machine knitting techniques, using a selection of yarns from the ‘Austermann’ hand knitting range.

The subsequent photo shoot was student led, with the students choosing models, styling hair and makeup.

Photography by Robert Corrigan. LSAD (thank you Bob)
 
                                        Elizabeth Emery, Siobhan O’Dea                       

 Ailbhe Conboy

Aoife Eustace, Kim Fulton, Anne Nolan               

Gillian Lee, Deirbhil Nic Giolla, Louise Buckley

Mara Kuvika

Meagan Harley, Ailbhe Conboy                         

Kate Spillane

 Marie Jones


Helen McCormack

Helen McCormack, Sarah Fanning, Eva Haran         
 

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Danielle Romeril featured in Image Magazine


LSAD  Graduate  Danielle  Romeril  is  featured  as  the  Designer  in  Focus  in  the  March  issue  of  Image  Magazine. Danielle  who  is  based  in  Dublin  has  recently  been  awarded  the  Topshop  sponsored  NEWGEN  prize  which  enabled  her  to  show  her  latest  collection  at  London  Fashion  Week.  Previous  recipients  of  NEWGEN  sponsorship  include  JW  Anderson, Simone  Rocha, Peter  Pilotto  and  Mary  Katrantzou. The  Danielle  Romeril  label  is  now  stocked  in  10  countries  including  Japan, China, Bahrain, the  UK  and  USA. Danielle  previously  worked  with Sharon  Wachob  in  Paris, who  will  be  a  guest  judge  at   the  Graduate  Fashion  Show  in  May.





Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Ruth Doyle Wins 'One to Watch' at Kerry Fashion Week


Congratulations  to  LSAD  4th  Year  Fashion Student  Ruth  Doyle  who  has  won  the  KFW One to Watch, sponsored by Lancome Paris. Ruth  is  currently  working  on  her  final  year  collection  which  will  be  part  of  the   LSAD  Graduate  Fashion  Show  which  will  be  taking  place  in  the  Milk  Market  in May.


The  Winning  Collection









http://kerryfashionweek.com/?p=1892

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Soldiers and Chiefs Exhibition - Collins Barracks Dublin

2nd  Year  LSAD  Fashion  students  are  embarking  on  a  new  and  exciting  project  with  The  National  Museum - Collins  Barracks. The  brief  is  to  design  and  manufacture  piece  of  clothing  in  response  the  the  Soldiers  and  Chiefs  exhibition  which  is  ongoing  at  the  Museum. A  selection  of   finished  pieces  will  be  then  exhibited  as  part  of  the  exhibition  in  Dublin  over  the  Summer  months.As  an extension  of  this, the students  work  will  then  be  shown  in  the  Hunt  Museum  as  part  of  Design  Week  in  November.

The  project  kick-started  with  a  visit  to  Collins  Barracks  last  week, where  the  students  and  staff   were  guided  through  the  exhibition  by  the  curator, Lar  Joye  and  by  military  expert  Glenn  Thompson. This  was  followed  by  a  handling  session  where  students  had  the  opportunity  to  see  garments  up  close, which  was  led  by  Edith  Andrees. A  huge  thank  you  to  everyone  at  the  museum, particularily  Helen  Beaumont  and  Mary  Greene  from  the  Education and Outreach Department  for  making  the  day  so  informative  and  inspiring. 


Curator  of  Soldiers  and  Chiefs  Lar  Joye  presenting  to  students




Military  Uniform  expert  Glenn  Thompson 


Students  getting  to  grips  with  the  Handling  Collection



Students  had  time  to  focus  and  record  specific  areas  of  interest


Some  more  of  the  exhibition....