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This year, we're finding Graduate Fashion Week almost (I use this term loosely) as hectic as our seasonal week-long-mental-busy-periods during London Fashion Week, especially with the launch of our new Student Space. There is just quite literally too much to see. Yesterday, after a good mooch around the innovative exhibition on show at London's Earl Court, team Catwalk Queen sat down amongst the crowd to check out what the 27 students showing in Kingston University show had to offer.

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The designs on show couldn't have had more variety if they'd tried; with a real mix of both men's and women's wear, each collection created by the new young graduates was different from the last and never failed to give us an equal fashion fix to those seen at Fashion Weeks around the world.

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From Charli Cohen's super cool and practical sportswear, to Lotte Willis' sixties inspired knit dresses under-layed with voluminous tulle, Caitlin Charles-Jones' super luxe knits featuring acid brights, sporty stripes and metallic elements to Alice Maughan's cat lady chic, the women's wear offering certainly did not fail to deliver. Top of our wish list was an all-black collection focusing on texture, with luxe furs in modern shapes and leather details by Lydia Stedman.

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Want to find out more or get involved in some of our student fashion content? Our new Student Space is a unique area for students to share their work and get advice and help on hunting down opportunities after graduation. You can check out the Student Space page here.