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MA Fashion Design (Menswear)

Menswear will outperform the women’s clothing sector across the world by 2020, according to research by Euromonitor International. And not only is it growing, it’s rapidly transforming, in response to consumer demand and opportunities presented by new technologies. This is a fascinating time to be at the vanguard of men’s fashion, and this pathway will set you up to lead the way.

MA Fashion Design (Menswear) will produce designers who are able to inspire and develop products with a high level of integrity and commercial value, as well as with an appreciation of the complexity of gender identities. The pathway is suited to those who wish to further their individual design expertise in the context of new and established technological and responsible design dimensions, within a self-directed project or in collaboration with industrial partners.


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