Tuesday 21 October 2014

NCAD's new graduates show off their artistic class

Published 24/05/2014 | 02:30

Grace Connell in a Rachel Duke Creation, Avice Maughan in a creation by Lily Spain and L'Or Mayo in an Alice Doherty Creation at the annual NCAD Fashion Show
Grace Connell in a Rachel Duke Creation, Avice Maughan in a creation by Lily Spain and L'Or Mayo in an Alice Doherty Creation at the annual NCAD Fashion Show
Amodel on the runway in an Elain Cawley creation at the annual NCAD Fashion Show
Amodel on the runway in an Elain Cawley creation at the annual NCAD Fashion Show
The work featured in the show has been produced by current students from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD)
The work featured in the show has been produced by current students from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD)

IT'S the college that gave the international fashion world Irish talents like Philip Treacy and Simone Rocha.

And yesterday, NCAD's class of 2014 unveiled their firepower with two catwalk shows which were attended by industry leaders looking for new talent.

Last night's venue was St Catherine's on Thomas Street, Dublin, which became the epicentre of all things stylish, modern and fashionable.

The 15 graduates explored everything from the relationship between women and their handbags, children's proportions and posture to climate change and the consumerism of the Celtic Tiger.

Pictured above are Grace Connell, left, in a Rachel Duke creation; Avice Maughan in a Lily Spain design; and L'Or Mayo in an Alice Doherty collection piece.

Irish Independent

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