Bethan Currie -Manchester School Of Art

My collection combines colours and textures of 1970s bathrooms with anti-nuclear imagery from Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp in the early 1980s. I have juxtaposed laser cut metallics with vivid faux fur and print to create a feminine, yet bold aesthetic.

The most exciting part of being a fashion student has been having the freedom to experiment extensively with many different textile techniques, such as screen printing and hand applique of faux fur.

My dream job would be working on the textile development team for a high end womenswear brand.