The fashion department at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp is undoubtedly among the most renowned fashion design programs in the world. With a name in ingraining forefront keenness and elevated expectations of inventive virtue, the establishment has an unusual graduated class to coordinate. Their curriculum provides a perfect mixture between fine arts and fashion design
Towards the end of September, when schools and colleges in Belgium resumed their activities with safety measures set up. But, a month later, the whole nation went into another lockdown. Here, the students share their experiences of far off coursework and virtual instructional practices, to show how they genuinely felt about this glorious moment of coming back to their university.
The students ideally wore their art in class. From vintage to chic, every outfit holds a firm proof of their dedication and hard work. Some of them combined different styles while some altered the outfits with great layering. Top to bottom, they were all set to prove the power of creativity and how it can make a difference.
The students described their looks with a comprehensive point of view. Students are of the view that presenting your work in person gives a different type of satisfaction. With digital presentations, people can’t feel that sensation of any fabric, as fashion requires physical contact.