Norwich University of Arts student designs dress for Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon
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A Norwich fashion student has been shortlisted to have her dress worn Alesha Dixon on the red carpet,
Year Two BA Fashion student, Dianne Kwok, has been shortlisted in the Graduate Fashion Week Little Black Dress competition to design a dress for the TV star.
The Britain's Got Talent judge will announce the winner live at Graduate Fashion Week and wear the dress at a high profile red carpet or TV event.
The brief was to encapsulate Alesha's style in a high fashion. Entrants were asked to showcase their skills by showing the creative process, technical specifications, pattern cutting, prototyping and a marketing plan around their finished product.
Dianne Kwok said: 'I am so delighted to reach the final stage of the competition. I really enjoy creating real garments from the research and design development I'm doing on my course. Presenting my design to Alesha Dixon was nerve racking but so exciting.'
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Sue Chowles, Course Leader for BA Fashion at NUA, said: 'We are incredibly proud that one of our second year students has been shortlisted in this national competition, competing alongside students from fashion courses from across the UK. This is such great news for Dianne.'
Graduate Fashion Week (June 4 till 7) celebrates the creativity of the best students and graduates within fashion from around the world, and features 22 catwalk shows from over 40 universities, attracting in excess of 30,000 guests. Students that are chosen today will present their graduating collections of garments on the GFW catwalk at the Truman Brewery in East London on Tuesday 6 June.
Fashion lovers in Norwich can view all of the work by NUA BA Fashion students at the Degree Shows on June 27 till July 5. For more information about the Degree Shows click here.
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