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Holly Fulton

MA work

My work focuses on the concept of reinventing traditional couture techniques with contemporary materials whilst embracing a love of jewellery, hand-craft and embellishment. Simple shapes act as a foil for hand-cut designs, layered perspex collages and pieces encrusted with wires, plastics and metals. The use of textiles and decorative elements is key to my work and I combine this with my pursuit of individuality and quality to create unique womenswear.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Fashion Womenswear, 2007

  • My work focuses on the concept of reinventing traditional couture techniques with contemporary materials whilst embracing a love of jewellery, hand-craft and embellishment. Simple shapes act as a foil for hand-cut designs, layered perspex collages and pieces encrusted with wires, plastics and metals. The use of textiles and decorative elements is key to my work and I combine this with my pursuit of individuality and quality to create unique womenswear.

  • Experience

  • Design Assistant, Queene and Belle, Borders, 2004-5; Freelance production of own label womenswear and accessories collection, Edinburgh, 2000-5; Teacher, Edinburgh College of Art, 1999-2000
  • Awards

  • Finalist, International Flavours and Fragrances competition, 2007; Finalist, United Arrows, 2007; Second Place (collaborative project with Alice Palmer), Missoni, 2007