Rebecca Wilson's graduate collection for the University of Bournemouth
"For me, the most enjoyable part was trying to recreate worn looking garments with new textiles techniques, and become able to develop and sample techniques to create my own unique look.
My main influences were two photographers. The first being August Sander, looking particularly at the way he captured working class people in early 20th century life, and the second being Horace Warner and the Spitalfields Nippers, a collection of rare photographs of London’s street kids in the 1901’s." Rebecca Wilson