Rebecca Stott

Fashion Design, BA (Hons)

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About me

During my time at UCLan my confidence has grown massively, I have developed into a much more conceptual designer and learnt how to be resourceful and think outside of the box. I have become literate in the Adobe software packages and have a keen eye for colour. I love working with textiles and turning them into fashion and this comes through in my final collection. I am always excited to take on new challenges and am eager to continue developing my knowledge within the fashion industry. I am confident in my pattern cutting and manufacture skills and thoroughly enjoy seeing my creations come to life in 3D. Being a student during the COVID-19 pandemic has brought lots of new challenges, having to work from home has made me significantly more resourceful and in future, I will continue to turn what could be seen as rubbish into riches!

Inside the Surface AW21/22 was initially inspired by some fungus I found growing on some decaying boats on the Lancaster Canal during the first COVID-19 lockdown. It got me thinking about how bacteria can be found anywhere and can be shown in different forms. I found it interesting that whist some fungi can be beautiful it can also be deadly. I wanted to create a collection with lots of textures that would make people want to touch it, to represent that during the pandemic physical contact has been forbidden as we cannot presume it is danger free as before.

Concept Board

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Colour Board

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Fabric & Textiles Board

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Silhouette Board

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Details Board

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Final Line Up

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Photoshoot

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Photoshoot

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Studio Shoot

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Studio Shoot

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Keywords: fashion design, conceptual, fungus, mould, textiles, frills, ruffles, flounces, sustainable, resourceful, experimental, digital print