After the closure of Mercedes- Benz Fashion Week Madrid, new fashion talents and designers in Spain, students of the Centre of Fashion Design Madrid, students of the Polytechnic University, presented a unique parade, held at the Centro Cultural Conde Duque and directed by Ana Locking.
In Conde Duque, final year students showed their innovative proposals. Each of the students presented a collection of five models made by themselves in combining fabrics and leathers, a total of over fifty new pieces that show the value of these young talented designers.
The catwalk was overseen by a six meter Tyrannosaurus Rex, created for the occasion by the students of Industrial Design and Product Development at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and made with recycled cardboard.
About the Superior School of Fashion Design in Madrid
The Superior School of Fashion Design in Madrid, part of the Polytechnic University, offers a University Degree in Fashion Design. This university degree is accredited by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA). Top designers such as Ana Locking and Daniel Rabaneda form part of the program, which offers a practical approach oriented to the progressive integration of its students in the professional world.
The course prioritizes projects in fashion design and workshops that emphasize new techniques, and the students have their own catwalks at the end of each of the four courses, including at graduation. The degree also includes the Masterclass by some members of ACME, the Association of Fashion Designers of Spain, with whom the CSDMM has maintained a close relationship since its inception and whose members form part of its advisory board.