Eight University of Portsmouth, CCI Fashion and Textile Design Students are currently in China, on an arts exchange programme, with Wuhan Textile University, which you can read about here.
The Faculty for Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth recently welcomed guests from multiple media agencies in Russia, including representatives Kristina Sulima from TASS, Ianina Zhiliaeva from ForbesLife, and Anna Sazonova from MEL website.
A group of UK and Chinese students have been finding out if fashion-factions can cross continents by looking at how clothing expresses who you are and which ‘tribe’ you belong to, after an exciting fashion exchange between the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and Wuhan Textiles University in China.
This year the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries Graduate Show 2017 took place on June 2nd, and saw Eldon host exhibitions and performances of work from students across courses.
As part of Fashion Revolution Week (24th – 28th April) at the University of Portsmouth, Innovolvement hosted FashionHack on Monday 24th April and Wednesday 26th April, which encouraged people to re-purpose old garments while incorporating an element of technology.
This year, the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is exhibiting at Graduate Fashion Week, the world’s largest showcase of BA fashion talent. University of Portsmouth students get free tickets to the event, which runs from Sunday 4th June – Weds 7th June in The Truman Brewery, Shoreditch, London.
Four 2016 graduates from University of Portsmouth BA (Hons) Fashion and Textile Design course showcased their collections to press and Industry as part of the RAW EDGE LONDON fashion event at the height of London Fashion Week at Wella World Studios at Trafalgar Square London.
A University of Portsmouth BA (Hons) Fashion and Textile Design student who did a placement with FatFace was over the moon to see her design in shop windows a year later. Lauren Chivers, 21, did a two-week placement with the major high street retailer’s design team last year – and this summer one of her motifs appeared on the store’s
During summer 2016, Professor Joan Farrer, Associate Dean Enterprise and Innovation, represented the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries of the University of Portsmouth at 3 international conferences, supporting workshops and institutional meetings in Vietnam, Australia and India.