The awards were presented at a star-studded, exclusive gala event at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Lucy Gardener, a student at Falmouth University, used her love of cycling as the starting point for her unisex collection.
Inspired by the 1968 Beatles’ film ‘Yellow Submarine’, Gardener injected some fun into her designs that are sympathetic to both the female and male forms, offering shapes that fit a varying degree of shapes and sizes, with the idea being that active wear couples would buy garments together.
There is also an all-important ethical and environmental twist to the collection with all fabrics hoping to be sourced from within Europe.
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