A cohort of graduates from the world’s only two-year MA Menswear course showcased their work in a runway show, which featured a mix of fashionable and functional eye-striking designs. 


On Sunday 9 June, collections from ten Westminster designers hit the runway on the final day of London Fashion Week Mens.

Throughout the course and under the direction of Course Leader Liliana Sanguino, these graduates have been taught by some of the most significant tutors in menswear education including Alex Mullins, Ben Reardon, Charles Jeffrey, Rottingdean Bazaar, Professor Andrew Groves, Richard Gray, and Anthony Campbell.

Last year’s graduates included Robyn Lynch, now in her second season, showing as part of Fashion East, and Priya Ahluwalia, winner of the 2019 H&M Design Award and recent recipient of the British Fashion Council’s NEWGEN support initiative.

Integral to the MA Menswear course is the Westminster Menswear Archive, which consists of over 1,800 garments from world-known menswear designers including Alexander McQueen, Massimo Osti, Craig Green, Stone Island, Carol Christian Poell, Jean Paul Gaultier, Kim Jones, Aitor Throup, Belstaff, Maison Margiela, and Vexed Generation. 

Westminster Menswear alumni have worked throughout the industry at world famous fashion companies including Alexander McQueen, Versace, Versus, Paul Smith, Tommy Hilfiger, Burberry, Adidas, Loewe, Norse Projects, JW Anderson, Acne, and Tom Ford. 

Westminster alumni include London Fashion Week Mens designers Liam Hodges, Robyn Lynch, and Priya Ahluwalia, as well as Ashley Williams, Roberta Einer, Christopher Bailey, Vivienne Westwood, and Stuart Vevers.

Read news story about the world’s first public Menswear archive in the University of Westminster.

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