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Womens Graduate Fashion Week Collection for Tu Clothing

About

The Collection

This season, Laura has designed a city chic collection, inspired by the bold colours of the 1980s with hints of 1960s Mod Styling. Focusing on knitwear and luxe fabrics, her pieces can take you from day to night. Inspired by the biggest trends this season such as head-to-toe dressing, represented by the knitted and striped co-ords that will help you make a statement this season. The collection aspires to make you feel confident, comfortable and beautiful with its powerful styling and beautiful fabrications.

fabric interest

vinyl

Womens Graduate Fashion Week Collection for Tu Clothing

Add a luxe feel to your outfit even when you’re on a budget with our impressive details. It’s all about the unforgettable 1960’s look this season with an equally memorable PVC coat and skirt set. Finish off your outfits with satin shirts for a luxurious and glamorous feel. For a more androgynous look, opt for boyfriend fits.

matching

co-ords

Womens Graduate Fashion Week Collection for Tu Clothing

Colour block in style with our sporty co-ord sets, the perfect fashionable items you will need to spruce up your wardrobe! Get a piece of the sports-luxe action with lurex stripes and bold brights. Dress your co-ord up with up with heeled sandals for an elegant look with a modern twist.

colour block

stripes

Womens Graduate Fashion Week Collection for Tu Clothing

Embrace your stripe obsession with our chunky knits. Mix and match your shapes with our variegated stripes, and give your outfit masculine-meets-feminine vibes with our oversized fits. For a more feminine look, our knit dress is the perfect layering piece for AW18 – definitely not one to miss!

About

The Designer

First showcased at Graduate Fashion Week in 2017, Laura Gillings has since been developing her 1960s inspired collection at Tu, before creating her more Mod-influenced collection for this season. With a feminine mix of asymmetric stripes, and touches of hot pink, it’s the collection you just have to be seen in this Autumn/Winter.

Laura Gillings Womens Graduate Fashion Week Collection for Tu Clothing