Cardonald College end-of-year fashion show

by Cardonald College Glasgow

Support the School of Fashion, Textiles and Jewellery's end-of-year catwalk show!

Education Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • About
  • Backers (17)
  • Comments (2)
  • Updates

We'd love you to be a part of  the Cardonald College end-of-year fashion and textiles show - Metamorphosis - being held at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum on Saturday 1 June at 7.30pm.

On display at the catwalk show will be stunning bespoke garments designed by 2nd year students from the College’s prestigious School of Fashion, Textiles and Jewellery.

Your support enables us to host this amazing show so our students can showcase their final-year collections in front of fashion insiders, the press, art schools and universities and their proud friends and family.

The event prepares the students for Graduate Fashion Week as it provides them with the invaluable experience of being part of a live fashion show.
Previous students have even gained employment as a result of their garment being spotted at the show. A student, who showcased her work last year, has since been appointed as junior designer with Global clothing company Innocent Clothing.

We are offering a limited number of VIP packages for our special crowdfunders that will ensure you have the best seats in the house to see the work of tomorrow’s fashion stars. You can choose a hand made garment and a visit to the college to see it being made, or a backstage tour at the show to see the garments up close, or even choose to have your hair done at the Alan Edwards Salon in Glasgow.

Thank you in advance for your support!


The School of Fashion, Textiles and Jewellery

Over the last 30 years the School has provided quality training for new design talent and professional development for individuals working in the fashion industry.

The School’s team of dedicated staff have helped shape the careers of many of the country’s leading fashion talents. Our celebrated alumni are incredibly supportive of the work done at the College, and we're proud to have taught such well-known designers as Louise Gray, Derek Walker, Gillian Kyle and Rebecca Torres.

Visit project website