Read some of the comments on the 2014 Kingston University Graduate Fashion Show.
Helen Goodwin, Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport: "Kingston University offers world-class courses in fashion and design. Britain excels in the creative industries and universities such as Kingston are vital in nurturing new talent."
Paul Smith, Interview in The London Magazine: "I am energised by the creativity coming out of the Royal College, St Martin's and Kingston University...which are my recruiting grounds."
Creative Skillset: "Students at Kingston produce creative, mature and sophisticated designs; knitwear design and making is particularly well developed."
PAUSE: "Kingston University has been renowned for its high quality of work...and this year there was no disappointment, especially in womenswear, with Lauren Lake being featured heavily in the media..This isn't to say that menswear was lacking this year, quite the opposite. As one of the final catwalks this GFW, there has been much anticipation to see what the future of fashion designers may have."
Modeconnect: "Ranked fourth in the world, fashion design at Kingston is a particularly prestigious course, and its show at Graduate Fashion Week is always highly anticipated. Kingston University considers fashion intertwined with culture and encourages its fashion students to consider and appreciate the cultural, social, environmental, historical and political dynamic, which impact it…Kingston's graduate catwalk show was, overall a distinctly grown up affair."
World News: "Kingston didn't disappoint with their 2014 outing at Graduate Fashion Week, relocated to the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane. It was a predictably brilliant outing for Kingston on Monday at this year's Graduate Fashion Week."
Dauntless: "Kingston University was one of our favorite shows. It was mostly womenswear with a couple of stylish and creative menswear collections in between."
Amelia's Magazine: "It was a predictably brilliant outing for Kingston on Monday at this year's Graduate Fashion Week. Even if the show itself has been terrible, which it definitely wasn't, I wouldn't say a bad word about Kingston."