University showcases everlasting style
A stunning short film provides a visionary snapshot of the work of both staff and students from the popular media and fashion styling programmes at Southampton Solent University.
EVER AND ANON has been directed by the programme's Principal Lecturer, Jennifer Anyan and Course Leader for Makeup and Hair Design, Sharon Lloyd. The pair harnessed the talent of final-year students from BA (Hons) Fashion Styling, BA (Hons) Makeup and Hair Design, as well as the BA (Hons) Television and Video Production, BA (Hons) Digital Music and BA (Hons) Fashion Graphics for a collaborative production showcasing talent from across Solent's schools of art, fashion and media.
"EVER AND ANON, meaning now and then, or from time to time, underlines our pride in these students and our intention to remain in contact with them as they flourish in the creative industries," says Jennifer Anyan.
Set against the backdrop of Southampton's historic vaults, the film, depicting a vision of current and developing trends, gives final-year students the opportunity to collaborate on a farewell project, celebrating their achievements and providing the chance for them to work alongside the staff that have mentored them. The short film builds on the success of the current issue of the annual Media & Fashion Styling graduate publication, ANON.
The film can be viewed at https://youtu.be/3lYxvSOy5y0
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About Southampton Solent University
Southampton Solent University offers more than 19,000 students over 200 qualifications ranging from HND to PhD, in subjects such as maritime education and training, fashion and design, media and television, music, health, sport and leisure, business, IT and technology. The University was awarded the 2013 Quality Assurance kitemark for quality and standards of teaching and learning. Solent was voted one of the most creative universities in the UK in a Which? University 2014 poll of students. Solent Business School has been awarded the Small Business Charter Award, which is supported by the Association of Business Schools and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and ‘gold approval’ by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).