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Visionaries or collaborators - The fabric of fashion
with Seun Ade-Onojobi & Teodora Mitrovska from Middlesex University London

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Join Teodora Mitrovska & Seun Ade-Onojobi as they ask the question: "Is Great Fashion the Product of a Great Team or an Individual?" in a series of episodes that culminate in an interactive and absorbing Subject Spotlight focussed on fashion.

Seun Ade-OnojobiMiddlesex University LondonFashion, Textiles, Jewellery

All episodes
1.1 What is collaboration?
1.2 Collaboration at university
1.3 Collaboration in the fashion industry
2.1 Teodora: hat design
2.2 Seun: textile design and draping
2.3 Collaboration
3.1 How did each department contribute?
3.2 The show
3.3 Reflection on the collaborative project
4.1 Ava: Tank Girl
4.2 Carmela: sculpting
4.3 Ashley: still life
Bonus: Bridging the gap

About the university

Middlesex University London
Middlesex University London
Middlesex University London

Ranked as a Top 2 University in the UK for its outstanding reputation (Times Higher Young University, 2022), Middlesex prides itself on providing career-focused courses that connect you to the world with global opportunities for study and work. With sister campuses in Dubai and Mauritius and links in over 55 countries, they provide unique opportunities for work and study. Based in North London, the safe, leafy campus offers world-class facilities with over £200m recently spent and the opportunity to study in the world's best student city.

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Meet the academic
Seun Ade-Onojobi

Seun Ade-Onojobi is a fashion and textile designer, Lecturer in Fashion Communication and Styling at Middlesex University London and co-creator of fashion brand Typical Freaks. He is a graduate of MA Fashion from Central Saint Martins and finds inspiration in the cultural diversity of London, traditional techniques and anything punk. Typical Freaks were awarded the 'One's To Watch' award by Fashion Scout for their Spring/Summer 2016 collection, where they presented a series of looks exploring issues of sustainability, British holidays and hand made, colourful textiles. Seun also regularly works with Unitas Youth Zone, giving young people with SEN the chance to experience the world of fashion and develop projects that help engage with the local community.

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