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Stacie Clark


Stacie Clark graduated with a First Class Honors degree in Fashion Design from Plymouth College of Art in 2014. Her graduate collection, ‘The Act of Monroe’ received a  great response and gained her a handful of features, including an editorial in Bricks Magazine.
Stacie’s graduate collection was based on the concept of hyper-femininity as power. Taking inspiration from the 1950s and exploring the idea of women purposefully ‘acting up’ femininity and becoming characters of social ‘ideals’, in which the conscious willingness and unconscious mouldings juxtapose the theory of power and gender. The collection is entirely handcrafted consisting of soft oversized and figure hugging crochet made from 100% wool  and hand stitched suede panelled garments.
In the last year Stacie  has been doing some freelance knitting and working on designing her next collection  due to launch late 2015, which fuses together knitwear with traditional forms of dressmaking and craft, with a strong  focus on the use of organic and fairtrade yarns and fabrics.


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