Talking Points: Alice Fox

A collection of sources and imagery to explore the work of fashion graduate Alice Fox.

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Alice Fox

Alice Fox is a Fashion Graduate from Norwich University of the Arts.

Her final year collection is inspired by 1960 seaside resorts. Alice’s garments are influenced by old family photos, deckchairs and fairground rides. These items informed the shapes and fabrics used within the collection.

Questions to Ask Children

How does this collection make you feel?

How would you describe the colour palette?

What do you like/dislike about the garments?

Which materials do you think Alice used to make her collection?  How/why do you think she made these choices?

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