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Erin Barton

 ‘Decades’

Statement 

I have been exploring the evolution of women’s fashion and how cultural and political changes have affected and influenced the way women are represented. By looking at influences from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s I have explored and celebrated women’s style and created a narrative behind the image. Using colour and texture, I have aimed to personify the character of the clothes and celebrated the slow but important move towards equality.

Emily Joseph-Wylie

 ‘The Power of Myths’

Statement 

The theme behind my images is Greek Goddesses and the myths and stories surrounding them. I have chosen to explore this theme pictorially by taking images of women in the role of goddesses such as: Athena, Artemis, Circe, Persephone and Hera. I have played around with the sentiment of the old gods by putting a, modern day twist on each myth. By celebrating female empowerment and the power of the female gods I have attempted to embody their spirit and formidable qualities.

Gimma Tunbridge

 ‘Walking with Pride’

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My images explore fashion in the LGBTQ+ community and embrace individuality. The aesthetic is inspired by 90’s magazines such as ID and celebrate challenging stereotypes. People in the LGBTQ+ community sometimes indicate their sexuality through self expression in ones sense of style of fashion, as a way of showing who they are to other members. Through facial expression, body language and clothes I have aimed to explore identity and create an androgynous look.

Jane Doe

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