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Alison Dunlop

MA work

Transformation and movement are the key themes in my work. Geometric patterns allow shapes and silhouettes to shift, creating multiple forms and functions in one piece. Strong architectural forms are a reference point, from where I develop new structures and ways of integrating materials, combining and contrasting hard and soft to create movement.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Fashion Womenswear, 2009

    Specialism

    Accessories

  • Transformation and movement are the key themes in my work. Geometric patterns allow shapes and silhouettes to shift, creating multiple forms and functions in one piece. Strong architectural forms are a reference point, from where I develop new structures and ways of integrating materials, combining and contrasting hard and soft to create movement.

  • Degrees

  • Diploma, Fashion Accessories, London College of Fashion, 2007; BA (Hons) Fine Art: Sculpture, Glasgow School of Art, 2004
  • Experience

  • Accessories Designer, Storksak, London, 2008; Studio Assistant, Paul Seville Accessories, London, 2008
  • Awards

  • Finalist, International Flavours & Fragrances (GB) Ltd Awards, 2009; First prize, Accessories, Bill Amberg Award, 2008; First prize, Accessories, Oasis Award, 2008