Photography: Sammy Baxter

Garments: Rebecca Kellett

Front Cover of BlueJam Magazine

Model wears all Rebecca Kellett

Photography: Mark Kelly 

Stylist: Priscilla Aroean 

MUA and Model: Diana Donna 

Hair: Gabriella Christina Thomson

Harper and Blake 

Phone case designs for the Accessories company Harper and Blake. 

Interview for SomethingTONIC Magazine 



Rebecca Kellett


Article published 


  GFW 2015 Highlights- 2nd June 2015   

Author- Devin Howell 


British Vogue      

 Images below of Looks 1-6 from my final collection Y-L at Graduate Fashion Week.

Photography by Simon Armstrong  

Article From Fenwicks Online

Where to see the future of fashion... Graduate Fashion Week 2015

On Saturday, May 30, a former Victorian brewery in London’s East End will become the focus of world attention. The reason? The opening day of Graduate Fashion Week 2015, the biggest single event on the planet for the country’s newest, youngest and most exciting fashion talents.

More than 1,100 final year BA fashion students, from around 40 colleges and universities up and down the country will present their collections to an audience of influential press, buyers, global head-hunters, an impressive cast of judges – and their eager families. Nineteen universities are staging their own catwalk shows, including Kingston, Central Lancashire, Birmingham, Ravensbourne, Edinburgh, Northumbria, Manchester, and Nottingham Trent. And it is from these final-year creations that the awards for Best Womenswear, Best Menswear, Textiles, Creative Catwalk and the top prize, the Gold Award for best overall collection, worth £10,000, will be selected.    

Designs by Rebecca Kellett, UCA Rochester

Written by Hilary Alexander

DZ Magazine

20th May 2015

Illustration by 2015 Fashion Graduates    

Print design from final collection y-l           

Image from GettyImages.co.uk.

Graduate fashion Week 2015    

International Design Success at UCA Rochester


A live project, created by course leader for BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles: Print Neil Bottle and Eyefix Director David Eaton saw 160 print designs by students, produced and sent to market. Second year students of Print at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) Rochester, created 400 textile designs based on the trend forecasts. 160 textile designs were selected a sold in the USA, Australia and Europe. 

Student Rebecca Kellett’s designs have been sold to the Australian Menswear designer brand ZANEROBE, which is available in 300 stores worldwide, including Urban Outfitters, Saks and Bloomingdales. She chose the trend titled Ethereal, which features natural muted tones and translucent patterns taken from nature. Inspired by 1920s feminism and nostalgia, the trend infuses the technology of digital photography, 3D printing and holograms.     

  “I chose the trend due to its numerous intriguing elements, from the ideology of holograms and blurred imagery to the aspect of 3D printing, which I am hoping to experiment with in my final year,” explained Rebecca.
“I experimented with various mark making in the initial drawing process, from salt resist designs, using Indian ink to get the depth and shading within the drawings. This abstract painterly feel and strong focus on texture is what is portrayed with my final print designs.”
“[The project] has been a significant eye-opener into designing commercially for an accomplished textile firm, allowing us to build upon our professional experience before we graduate, giving us an invaluable insight into the industry.”         

Speaking on behalf of the Eyefix Design team, Design Manager Claudia said:
“Through sharing our knowledge and insight of the textile market we've found that student/professional collaborations can create very innovative results, enabling students to gain professional experience whilst developing their individual handwriting, design skills and financially beneficial results when our clients purchased their designs". 



 In order for something to grow it needs to have new ideas thrown at it constantly, and collaboration between people and concepts is an amazing way to change how something is perceived. Collaboration within fashion has grown dramatically over the last few years. Fashion used to be seen as a very excessive thing – people would buy their clothes without really thinking about it and the fashion industry was looked upon as something unachievable and over the top. However in this day and age fashion is everywhere; from shops to magazines to people on the street, and the collaboration between fashion and art, technology, music etc. is all around us.

The collaboration between fashion and art is something that has really interested us at Juicebox TV and this summer we will be exploring how collaboration within fashion has potentially changed the industry for the better in our Collaboration TV show for channel SE10..
As part of the Collaboration episode of Juicebox TV, we wanted to explore a fast-paced and eccentric world where fashion and art work together as one entity. To do this we created a short fashion film with designer Rebecca Kellett, who’s bold, textured and beautifully printed pieces are a perfect example of how fashion can be perceived as art, as well as the other way round.   
Garments by Rebecca Kellett
Model – Cornelia Hoanb
MUA – Charlotte Bull
Creative Director – Dominique Wall
Filmed by – Jack Mooney
Written by Annie Locker    

Online Article: 07/05/2015

GFW 2015 Student Highlights      

In just three weeks we will be opening our doors for the 24th season of Graduate Fashion Week. 

Everything is in full swing in the lead up to the event, and this week we’ve seen a lot:  University selections for catwalk shows, students making finishing touches to their collections and exciting lookbook shoots!

STUDENTS keep sharing your work online using our hashtag #GFW2015, and let us see what you’re up to!

Here are some of our favourite bits from the week.    

Post by Emily Reid

 DeFUZE Magazine      

photography TIAN CHEN
stylist DARA UDOM
photography assistant HANLIN WANG


University For The Creative Arts Website 


Print design sold to ZANEROBE for a limited edition collection Project A. 

For more information see the Collaboration section on the home page underneath the section ZANEROBE. 

A selection of Prints Rebecca has sold to the London based Textile house Eyefix International. 

Stella CaraKasi 

Repeat print design 

Using Format