Graduate Collection Highlights ADHD Through fashion
Charlotte Stevens’ Consistently Inconsistent collection tells the story of her own personal journey with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
Speaking about her designs she says: “They reflect the cycle of stages I went through while trying to deal with ADHD. I focused on my ‘colour story’ to express these emotions; by using warm hues with shy greys I hope to communicate the inconsistency I feel within myself. The gun mettle chains are a representation of having to constantly pull myself down and tie myself up.”
In addition to Charlotte’s designs, a further 14 eye-catching collections were showcased on the University runway; each inspired by an eclectic range of themes – from the beauty of Venice architecture to the bold, bright colours of the 90s rave culture.