Presented By Grace Woodward in THE SPACE at Graduate Fashion Week June 4th, Diversity and Individuality was key with everyone agreeing it’s cool to consider the impact of your work and acknowledge your power to influence the self-esteem of others.

We all say, the consumer is diverse and the market place is diverse! Thank you to all the students who entered the All Walks Diversity NOW! competition. You are all body image activists and carriers of a more inclusive and accepting message about personal identity so thanks for being part of the change.

Winners at GFW. Photography by Annabel Staff.

And here are the Results. Judges, Documentary Maker and Body Image Activist, Stephanie Heart and Film Maker and Curator of the Birds Eye Film Festival Kathryn Feguson said…

“A clever film that explores the theme of Diversity in an unexpected way to challenge stereotypes about age.”  See this student’s work here

“A film that exposes how our perceptions have become warped capturing some beautiful moments.” See this student’s work here

 Judges Award winning photographer and collaborator for the first All Walks Campaign, Kayt Jones, and the All Walks co-founders said…

“A dramatic, and thought-provoking series of images.” See this student’s work here

“A great location story of a country squire and a contemporary, vision of upper crust Englishness – Ralph Lauren eat your heart out.” See this student’s work here

 

“A light touch to create a fun fashion shoot. The set, casting and styling deliver a diverse shoot of high production values.” See this student’s work here

Judge Nuno Da Costa said….

“A piece of work that uses humour to highlight why individuality could be the first step in attaining more diversity within the fashion and modelling industries.”

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“Took the brief in an unexpected direction by asking the viewer to confront their initial reaction to the deceptively simple drawing.” See this student’s work here

Judges Disney Roller Girl Blogger Navaz Batiwalla and i-D Online commissioning editor Sarah Raphael said…

“An honest and informal protest piece which quickly establishes a strong connection between writer and reader.” See this student’s work here

“For Powerful statements, and a rallying cry against the dangers of homogenised beauty.” See this student’s work here

Judges blogger and creator of Garmsville and brand consultant Jason Jules together with i-D Magazine Art Director Graham Rounthwaite, said…

“An elegant example of why Zines offer so much versatility. Funny and light, yet weighty and serious with as great call to action.” See this student’s work here

“For typography and use of image to a high standard, thoughtful combinations of elements and content in a beautifully designed package.” See this student’s work here

The co founders loved the simplicity of this idea. Good design can transform and embolden everybody and everything even the humble hearing aid. See this student’s work here

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Own-Label are also partnered with All Walks. Their innovative website profiles and sells young designers. And they’ll be giving all our finalists – A One Day workshop in London  on what it takes to start your own business. The winner who received the most online votes and receives £250 from OWN LABEL and the opportunity to see his or her design in production and available for sale.

Judges William Tempest and couturier Deborah Milner who is commissioned by top houses, amongst Alexander McQueen said…

“This design crosses so many boundaries you do not need to be slim, tall  or young  and combining Eastern and Western – Masculine and Feminine sensibilities.” See this student’s work here

“Using great design to embolden a deliciously curvaceous body.” See this student’s work here

“Displaying what fashion is all about, vision, desirability, fun and fearlessness as well as breaking down boundaries. Celebrating individuality as well as experimentation with shape and technique.” See this student’s work here

Co-founders choice Caryn, Debra and Erin chose this person because short message perfectly sums up the energy of All Walks Beyond the Catwalk. See this student’s work here

Judges awarded of £500 for the Judges Choice Winner. “For passion, fun, and over-turning gender and racial sterotypes.” Congratulations Brogan Toyn London College of Fashion.