Amy Wilton wins Graduate Fashion Foundation 30th Anniversary Competition
Amy’s work was selected as one of four winning entries to the competition.
For the competition, Amy came up with two ideas around promotion and experience.
Amy created designs in Adobe Dimension for use on GFF’s website and social channels, billboards and posters. In addition, she designed a digital AR filter for social media, so guests who couldn’t attend the event were able to bring the event experience to them.
“My designs incorporate my love for branding, visual merchandising and events/experiences” said Amy.
"As a team, we loved the thoughtful consideration in Amy’s submission of the guest experience, both physically and digitally"
Graduate Fashion Foundation
“The aim of my designs is to encapsulate the three main things I believe Graduate Fashion Week excels at: bridging the gap between education and industry, creating a platform for emerging creatives and inspiring students around the world” said Amy.
You can explore more of Amy’s work on her Instagram.