In January 2012, fashion student Ruth Parker was named second runner up for a national style writing competition – but as well as this, Ruth has been working alongside Topshop to produce her very own spring wardrobe essential.
Matalan’s recruitment co-ordinator, Victoria Kermode, came to the University of Lincoln on Wednesday 22nd February to talk to final year students about tailoring their CV for fashion specific jobs. Lauren Grey found out more.
Since graduating from the University of Lincoln in 2011, Michael Palmer began working on his own unique clothing label creating ‘simple but attractive designs’; Jemma Page caught up with him to find out more.
Finding the right balance between assignments and work experience can be tricky, but Puja Ram says she’s found the ideal job working for luxury jewellery range Stella and Dot.
Breaking into the fashion industry isn’t easy, but online fashion retailer Freemans are offering one lucky student a foot in the door.
Exciting new changes have been made to one of Lincoln’s largest independant boutiques, to find out more, Gemma Farquharson went along to Agatha.
Popular fashion boutique Birdy’s has been revamped, refurbished and re-located, Kanchan Tooray spoke to owner Michelle Rudd about the move.
After studying law for three years Chantelle Clough turned her attention to fashion, creating a clutch bag collection using one-of-a-kind vintage brooches.
University of Lincoln graduate, Lewis Healey, launched his own clothing label this month and gave The Linc some useful tips on becoming successful in the fashion industry.