Our practice-based approach to research and active engagement with professionals enables us to constantly develop our course in reflection of changes in the industry.
You'll learn practical skills from tutors who’ve styled shoots for major brands (Nike, Kurt Geiger, Alexander McQueen), dressed celebrities and run their own fashion labels.
You’ll collaborate with industry professionals and other creatives to work on real-life briefs and practical projects throughout your course, enabling you to build your networks and portfolio so you're prepared to take on the fashion industry when you graduate.
See the brilliant creations of our final year students on the runway at our 2018 Fashion Show.
This year's show took place at the Barbican Centre and was a 'silent disco' - the audience wore headphones throughout. In keeping with the concept we've left the video silent so you can choose your own soundtrack.
We were live at The Vinyl Factory for the 2017 Middlesex University Student Fashion Show!
The models are all wearing creations designed by our students and the audience includes fashion industry professionals.
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Three MDX fashion students helped to model and review Asda clothing in a feature television documentary about the retail giant.
Creative students at Middlesex are benefiting from tips and advice from industry experts through new LinkedIn mentoring groups set up during the COVID-19 lockdown. The project was launched to help students looking to break into the competitive creative industry, which has been effectively shutdown following the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent social distancing rules.
Middlesex University's 2019 Arts and Creative Industries degree show drew crowds to a buzzing Private View at the Old Truman Brewery, and there were further big attendances at a series of events over its four-day run.