Yesterday saw the first ever International Show take place at Graduate Fashion Week. Held at Earls Court, the International Show saw 20 graduate designers from the following schools take the stage. 
Academy of Art, San Francisco
BUNKA (Japan)
Shenkar (Israel)
Shih Chien (Taiwan)
FIT (Italy)
Istituto Marangoni Milan
IED (Institito Europeo di Design - Italy)
Accademia di Costume e Moda (Italy)
IUVA (Italy)
Kolding (Denmark)
Istituto Marangoni Paris
ESMOD Berlin
ESMOD Oslo
Parsons New York
Pakistan Institute of Fashion Design (Pakistan)
Mimar Sinan Fine Arts (Turkey)

An eclectic mix of cultures and styles were showcased through a series of accomplished and astounding designs - the very best of graduate collections globally. 

Aside from the showcase itself, the International Show was also being judged by an esteemed panel including Hilary Alexander (read her article for The Telegraph on the show here), blogger Susie Bubble, Royal College of Art's Professor Wendy Dagworthy and chaired by Vogue Italia's Sara Maino. After deliberation, the winner, Angus Chiang from Shih Chien Taiwan was announced. See full post of the winner here. 

By Editor Cass Gowing, Follow her on Twitter @CassGowing
Photographs by Tram Nguyen, Follow her on Twitter @TramNguyenP.

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