1st, 2nd YEAR AND GRADUATES @LJFW 2017

Students of the first year of Textile and Fashion Design, Department of Textiles, Graphic Arts and Design at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, University of Ljubljana, opened a fashion show on Thursday, 30 March 2017 at 2.30 pm, called “MANUAL TECHNOLOGIES”. The fashion show took place during the Ljubljana Fashion Week at Ljubljana Castle. Outfits were designed following a common theme and representing two pieces of clothing, i.e. “SKIRT” and “LITTLE…DRESS”. 24 students participated at the event: Eva Jež, Albinca Podkrižnik, Neža Dobrovoljc, Zala Hrastar, Anita Miklavčič, Ines Čeperlin, Miha Žalec, Špela Košir, Žan Matjaž Flogie, Eva Jež, Maša Brna, Albinca Podkrižnik, Metka Esenko, Milena Zemljič, Ela Mejač, Ines Čeperlin, Zala Hrastar, Ema Uršič, Lara Banovec, Anita Miklavčič, Vanja Peulič, Matic Bizjak, Jurij Fidel and Ula Pogorevčnik. Their mentors were associate professor Nataša Peršuh, assistant Petja Zorec, and technical colleagues Nataša Hrupič, Alenka More, Marjeta Čuk and Andrej Vilar.

Fashion show of the second year students of Textile and Fashion Design followed, they each presented one, two or three pieces which summed up 46 outfits on the runway. 24 students participated, i.e. Gašper Gajšek, Uroš Topič, Katrin Večerina, Dominika Rozina, Nina Žnidaršič, Sara Grižon, Jana Mohar, Neža Cigale, Tina Dovjak, Klara Rešetič, Pia Požek, Ajda Rep, Nina Šušmelj, Barbara Sušnik, Milka Marin, Kaja Bakan, Saša Dragaš, Ela Vehovec, Eva Jelenc, Irena Višnar, Mark Cvelbar, Karin Gosenca, Tina Crnkovič and Marjetka Lucija Prelog, under mentorship of professor Almira Sadar, assistant professor Katja Burger, assistant Petja Zorec, and technical colleagues Nataša Hrupič, Alenka More, Marjeta Čuk and Andrej Vilar.

The first part of the Ljubljana Fashion Week was concluded by the graduates of Textile and Fashion Design, i.e. Monika Colja with seven and Živa Červek, Marigone Gashi and Anja Božič with five silhouettes on the runway. Their collections were designed under mentorship of professor Almira Sadar and associate professor Elena Fajt, as well as technical colleagues Nataša Hrupič, Alenka More and Marjeta Čuk.

Photos: Klemen Razinger, archives of LJFW

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