Fashion took over the Houses of Parliament earlier this month – and there
wasn’t a kitten heel in sight.MPs and style kings and queens alike, including designer Henry Holland and fashion writer Susie Lau, rubbed shoulders at the annual Graduate
Fashion Week catwalk show launching the 2017 programme.Highlight of the night was a runway featuring the Best of Graduate Fashion Week 2016, with designs from award winners Hazel Symons, Qiwei Jiang, Genevieve Devine, Caoimhe Savage, Antonia Nae and George Hollins.
The charity, which this year celebrated its 25th anniversary, showcases the
work of more than 40 UK fashion schools and 20 international ones to
celebrate the future of style. Over the years, it has helped launch the
careers of Stella McCartney, Giles Deacon and Matthew Williamson.”Graduate Fashion Week is an invaluable platform for all fashion graduates,” says Holland, the founder and creative director of House of Holland.