The creative minds of Graduate Fashion Week

If there's one thing London really celebrates - its the diversity. The capital of the United Kingdom is full of young beautiful people who dream of reshaping the fashion world and encourage different way of thinking. So it is quite fortunate that London's GFW (Graduate Fashion Week) provides a great platform for young students of various fashion universities worldwide to demonstrate their latest graduate collections.

I always give credit when its due and trust me, this time the collections I saw were very impressive. It gets a bit boring from time to time in the fashion community. Some collections sell nicely at the expense of the creative output. These designers didn't care about the commercial success of their "final" creations. They cared about being true to themselves. This runway is where these people really thrived, they were going wild with a crazy range of bold colors, unusual fabrics and experimental shapes. 

I love supportive young talents and think it is important for us to give chances to people who are trying to make it big in the industry. I invite you to do the same, because who knows may be one of them is going to be the next Cristian Dior (sparkle emoji, rainbow emoji, star emo-- oh you know what I think you got it).