COLLABORATIONS

Supporting university collaborations and education is one of the most exciting areas of our business where we get to see creativity shine. Contact us with your project idea.

Here are three super beautiful and imaginative projects; Goyol National Mongolian Fashion Week, Keeley Stone from Leeds Arts University and Joel Yip from London School of Fashion.

Goyol, Mongolian Fashion Show

Goyol, the National Mongolian Fashion Week is a bi-annual event and draws fashion designers from all around Mongolia to show their collections on the catwalk.

We had a Cambridge Mask dedicated show in Partnership with MongolTV and had to decide between over 100 entries that were whittled down to 15 of the best to put on the catwalk.

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Keeley Stone from Leeds Arts University

Keleey Stone was studying on the MA in Creative Practice Course at Leeds Arts University when she approached Cambridge Mask to see if they would be interested in collaborating with her on one of her projects. Keeley was exploring the use of industrial masks in a fashion concept, experimenting with different ideas to change the identity of the mask and the way it is viewed.

“I feel very fortunate and immensely grateful to have collaborated with Cambridge Mask whilst studying for my master’s degree. Higher education is an expensive experience so any support from companies is welcomed with open arms. Both student and companies can benefit from collaborating, the company can see a different approach to their products while the student can produce a more professional look to their project, in my view a win-win situation I would also acknowledge and thank the people I commissioned and collaborated with on my project. Without them, it would not have been possible.”

Model: Evangeline Stone
Makeup Artist: India Stone
Designer: Ingrid Bale
Designer: Jackie Douglas

Visit Keeley’s Instagram here and here for her page!

Joel Yip from London School of Fashion

Since fashion ecology, building a sustainable future and improving the way we live is at the core of his studies, Joel, a final year undergraduate student of London School of Fashion reached out to Cambridge Mask Company with a request for sponsored pollution masks he could incorporate in his final project.

Visit Joel’s Instagram here!

Joel’s idea was conceptualised by thinking about fashion in the future landscape, so he decided to combine style and functionality into clothing by reaching out sponsors from Cambridge Mask Co.

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