Two former fashion students at Coulsdon Sixth Form College have recently been identified as leading figures in their fields.
BTEC Fashion graduate Josephine Miller (www.josephinemiller.art) was featured on Instagram page Metacurated by one of the leading extended reality (XR) creators, Don Allen Stevenson III as one the top five XR designers and educators who are also building the next creative communities of the metaverse.
Josephine, who went on to study Art Direction at Kingston University, was last year featured in the BIMA 100, which recognises the most influential people in Digital & Tech, for her community-based project Colouring in Kingston.
Linus Steuben, who studied BTEC Fashion and A Level Graphics at Coulsdon in 2018 as part of the exchange programme, has also received recognition. Now studying BA Fashion at Central Saint Martins (CSM), his garment for the annual CSM White Show was featured in Perfect Magazine, along with an interview.
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