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Fashion Students selected to be part of The Origins Creative Arts Festival


Students at Kensington and Chelsea College have been selected from over 340 entries to be a part of an exhibition for their work in Fashion at The Origins Creative Arts Festival.

Two students that have had their work selected are Anibal Hernandez-Palacios Caro and Emili Nyari. They are studying Extended Diploma Level 3 Fashion and in their first year. The vast amount of work that will be exhibited in the Extended Diploma category will mostly be second year students, so this is an amazing achievement.

Furthermore, two Level 1 Fashion students, Arizone Phoenix and Sandrine Ruohonen have been selected to showcase their work. Last year, a student from Kensington and Chelsea College, Kacey Amoo, won an award in the Level 1 category.

This is the 3rd year running that the Fashion Department at the College have been selected to display their work at the exhibition. This year’s exhibition will be at the OXO Tower Wharf in Central London, which boasts stunning views over London.

The festival celebrates the very best of exceptional work by students taking University of Arts (UAL) Awarding Body qualifications.

There were over 340 entries and Elliott Burns, a professional curator, selected the best examples to include in the exhibition.

The exhibition will be at The BargeHouse, OXO Tower Wharf from 2 – 5 August:

  • Friday 3 August, 11am–6pm
  • Saturday 4 August, 11am–6pm
  • Sunday 5 July, 11am–5pm

About Origins Creative Arts Festival: A creative arts festival that celebrates the best work of UAL Awarding Body students have produced at their Further Education institutions.

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