Department:Cambridge School of Art
Areas of Expertise: Fashion design
Courses taught: Fashion Design
Davina's work has been noted to have more emphasis on textiles, texture and print design. Her specialism in fashion and textile design incorporates recycled and hand-made detailing.
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Davina is interested in the narrative of print, textiles and materials and the way these three things can change our perceptions of textiles, fashion and objects. She aims to create work that looks into a no-waste ethos. Her recent work investigates the process of making and or repairing garments and textiles through deconstruction, drape, molding, cutting, stitching and manufacture.
'Continuum', Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, UK, November, 2017
'Green is the New Black', (British Embassy) at Villa Wolkonsky, June 2010
'La Rinascente', (department store), June 2010 and Alta Roma (haute couture week), July 2010
'London Fashion Week', (trade fair), Kings Road and Natural History Museum London, 2002 - 2008