Bethan Owen

A collection of work aiming to capture the joy and magic clothing and fashion can create. Inspiring a connection between garment and consumer to prolong the life of our clothes as they become items of value in our lives. The process behind the FMP takes inspiration from how the activity of 'dressing up' develops from when we are young to the current consumer practise of thrifting that is so popular. Designs are gender neutral and aim to be size and age inclusive. The aesthetic and morals as a fashion consumer projected through this work are inspired by my Nain, the collection is a reflection of this. Presenting a streetwear Grandma style in the modern age of vintage and charity shopping with clothing available for everyone to wear and enjoy while embodying the afforementioned values.