Biba is celebrating it’s second Birthday since its re launch at House of Fraser. To celebrate, we asked aspiring film makers and Illustrators at London College of Fashion to create a video about iconic House of Fraser Brand Biba . Here’s what they came up with…. Show which video is your favourite by voting or leaving a comment.
Originally from the Republic of Lithuania, Rasa Cekanaviciute is a self-taught Fashion Designer and student of Fashion Illustration at London College of Fashion.
Mini Bio: Tracer Ital & Jamilah Rose-Roberts
Mini Bio: Luke Paul Carney is a Fashion Illustration Student at London College of Fashion. Luke grew up in Liverpool; he attended Sacred Heart Catholic College where he was head boy before completing his Art Foundation at Liverpool Community College.
Mini Bio: After moving from London to Sotogrande in southern Spain when she was 10, Elizabeth Moore became increasingly interested in photography. She gained a coveted place at the London College of Fashion, and, during her study there, it became clear that she wanted to specialise in the ‘moving image’.
Elva Rodriguez is a London based creative from Barcelona who graduated from London College of Fashion in June 2012. Elva is a multi-skilled creative who has previously worked in graphic design, fashion illustration, motion graphics and now (fashion) film.
Mini Bio: Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Madeleine is a soon to be 2nd year student at LCF. She designed her first fashion line at only 18 before moving to Sydney for a year where she studied graphic design and worked for Australian brand Runaway Pony as a design assistant.
Mini Bio: 21 year old Iga moved to London from Poland 3 years ago to study Fashion Design but quickly abandoned this dream to pursue her passion in drawing. This year Iga will complete her final year at LCF in BA Fashion Illustration.
Mini Bio: Luke Craggs started his career with a foundation course at CSM and is now studying for a BA in Creative Direction for Fashion at LCF. His work experience and highlights over the last few years include working as the Creative Director for a Fashion show at the Pompidou in Paris, curating the annual ‘Late at TATE’ event garnering a turnout of 10,000, exhibiting his work at The Underground Gallery in Charing Cross twice and performing a live styling session/social commentary piece at Grayson Perry’s exhibition at the British Museum to an audience of 7000.
Mini Bio: Aida & Anup have been working as a team for about a year. Studying different aspects of fashion image means that their work regularly questions the day to day norms of fashion and causes them to question their own work as a benchmark for the next venture. They are staying in London to continue their careers.
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