WELCOME!

So, it’s happening. Exeter University finally has a Fashion Society, and this is our official blog. Throughout the Academic year we will bring you socials, fashion events, workshops, photo shoots and much more. The Exeter Fashion Society is a place for everyone, be your passion designing, modelling, trend-spotting, writing, photography, or simply a love of good clothes. It doesn’t matter if your wardrobe reads like LFW or H&M; we’re thrilled to have you.

Be sure to follow us and check out our Twitter and Facebook pages for up to date information on society-related goings on. See you in September!

MEET THE CURATORS

Hello and welcome from Aggie Romeril and Mark Izatt. It’s our job, as curators, to manage the blog’s content and bring you the best that the fashion world has to offer. If you’d like to unleash your work onto the web and think you have what it takes to contribute, send us your articles and ideas via submissionsexeterfashion@gmail.com.

Aggie is a Third year English literature student from South East London. Her favourite designers are Christopher Bailey and Alber Elbaz. She describes her personal style as a tryst of texture and tailoring, hailing inspiration from anything from Gaultier to Gainsbourg. Contact her at alr211@ex.ac.uk or follow her @aggieromeril

Mark is an English Literature student from Surrey. His favourite designers are Meadham Kirchhoff, Christopher Kane, Alexander Mcqueen and Issey Miyake. He has a penchant for the Scandinavian aesthetic and his style idol is Patsy Stone. He also writes his own blog, The Zemblan. Contact him at mi247@exeter.ac.uk

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