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Ellie Woollard

ELLIE WOOLLARD

FASHION BA (HONS)

Viewers of Ellie Woollard’s collection will be transported to a faraway rugged mountain terrain, with her clothing being inspired by mountain climbing and the Scottish outdoors. Ellie, who is originally from Leeds in West Yorkshire, has researched into the world of the high peaks and women who wear skirts to climb, with her garments featuring striking oversized silhouettes.

Her background is in womenswear pattern cutting and during her time at University, has completed two industry placements; Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, and Danielle Romeril. During her time interning at Preen, Ellie was invited to the brand’s Paris showrooms for nine days, to help their sales team.

Her first look final year garments were also pre-selected for a Graduate Fashion Week photo shoot.

Graduate Fashion Week Ellie Woollard from Northumbria University on Vimeo.


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