When viewing the work of the Saint Martin Fashion Students, it is quite evident that the Central Saint Martin College of Art and Design produces talented designers.
Runway fashion is usually eccentric when compared to the clothing people where on the street. Still, simply exaggerating the eccentricity of an outfit is not necessarily good design. The Saint Martin fashion students know this.
They have designed outfits that definitely stand out. The idiosyncrasy of the outfits is derived from coherent and natural personalities found within each piece rather than blatant attempts at eccentricity. The bizarre frills, strips of fabric and overall disproportional dimensions of the outfits flow from a cogent overall design rather than a crass attempt to gain attention. In short, their outfits stand out.
The Saint Martin fashion students appear to have successful careers ahead of them.
Eccentric Student Catwalks
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Quirky Color-Blocked Catwalks
Muted Pastel Catwalks
Contemporary Toga Catwalks
Extreme Cutout Catwalks
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