Student-led winter fashion event at The Cass.
Date: 04 December 2019
Second-year Fashion BA students from The Cass present ‘White, Reveal the Colour’, an interactive and creative presentation on Friday 13 December at 2.30pm.
Guests are invited to join the students at 2.30pm at The Wash Houses at the University’s Aldgate campus, to watch a presentation of white outfits - and during this presentation, experience the revelation of the colour from within.
This student-led winter event will be followed next year by Project RED the first year Fashion Show on Friday 21 February 2020 in the Atrium and the Unplugged Graduate Show Fashion Salon on Thursday 4 June 2020 in The Wash Houses.
White, Reveal the Colour is free to attend but guests must book in advance here.
If you have questions about the event or require further information please contact Steph Aman, course leader for Fashion undergraduiate course at The Cass.
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