Thursday, 10 June 2010


MULBERRY ACCESSORIES AWARD!!! omg i dont think i've ever been as shocked or excited in my life! unreal!! i cant wait to start at Mulberry!


Saturday, 29 May 2010


The Telegraph has also published my outfit, i'm waiting to see if it will be only online or in the sunday paper, but its so exciting to think Hilary Alexander has seen and commented on my work! the quote from Rankin was amazing...

'British student, Kitty Keay, from the Colchester School of Art and Design, was inspired by Marie Antoinnette's frivolious and fun attitude to fashion and admires the same quality in her favourite designer, Ashish. Rankin said, "It was incredibly easy to shoot the clothes - each piece was so beautiful and full of character. I'm sure among the 2010 graduates, we will see a designer that will capture the fashion world's imagination!'.'


I was ridiculously excited to see my outfit in The Mail and on their online site. The feature was exhibiting four students work and mine was included!!! The Rankin image is amazing and exactly what i had hoped for...

Wednesday, 12 May 2010


I just found out that i have a 6 week work placement with Lulu Guinness i am really excited, it is a manic time for me but i think it will be well worth it, i will be able to make new contacts and gain knowledge and understanding.


On Monday I had to deliver a professional presentation to a group of my peers and tutors. In the past I haven't suffered too badly with nerves however i felt myself turning red in my presentation which resulted in talking too fast and fumbling over a few specific words. However i think the positive to my presentation was my passion and drive, i think i expressed my excitement for the future whilst showing my logical and realistic plan in accomplishing all my aspirations. In hindsight, i could have mentioned more however i hope my passion, drive and excitement made my presentation enjoyable and inspiring to the year below.

Saturday, 8 May 2010


As a year we've decided to be apart of a website called Arts thread is an online portfolio for graduates, it aims to promote students for the first year after we graduate, it is used by the industry to find employees or interns. It is a really good site for us, we can upload 4 pages with work on i've been spending the last few weeks really trying to finalise my pages and get them the best they possibly can be.

Sunday, 2 May 2010


Looking on I found this article mentioning the Rankin Photo Shoot for the GFW Campaign!