Flashmob Catwalk

Flashmob Catwalk Show was a brilliant spectacle and certainly got the streets of Aldgate Buzzing with curiosity.

Date: 01 May 2013

The TRIBAL TALK

Flashmob Catwalk Show was a brilliant spectacle and certainly got the streets of Aldgate Buzzing with curiosity.

The Jewellery worn by models and students brought to life, from the fine subtlety of Becky Quirks Dew-like neckpiece and Jess Noble's Sculpted body forms to Almudena's wild and dramatic expressions of movement and light.

The Catwalk strutted its stuff through Spitalfields and Brick Lane with the sound of drums and the beat of the traffic. The backdrop of Brick Lanes Graffitti riven walls served as a foil for the intensity of the jewels worn by all.

The Jewellery:

  • Sculptured Wire and textile Headpiece. Preanka Patel
  • Neckpiece in Cube dotted wire. Aniela Dublaszeska
  • Rainbow Neckpiece in Acrylic. Andrea Scibisz
  • Gems in Concrete. Maddie Gingell
  • Body forms in Crushed precious stone and brass. Jess Noble
  • Neckpiece in tangled resin and rubber. Maarit Liukonnen
  • Pendant in dark patinated Brass. Min Kim
  • Kinetic Rings and Ear piece. Jekaterina Atarinova
  • Destruction Bangles in Brass and Oasis. Wilian Gali
  • Natural Tree forms in Ceramic and String. Amelie Spitz
  • Recycled Sari Neckpieces. Frances Frew
  • Wild Rubber Boa. Clare Hannigan
  • Dew Neckpiece. Becky Quirk
  • Movement and light Neckpiece in Resin wire and textile. Almudena Munoz Romero

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Jewellery and Silversmithing BA (Hons)

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