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Laura Brown
Courtauld Institute Of Art (University of London)

Hello! I recently completed a postgraduate diploma at the London School of Journalism and I graduated from the Courtauld Institute of Art last year.

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‘Concrete Shadows’ encourages consumers to rethink their understanding of homelessness.

Leanne McFadyen: The graduate designer using fashion to raise awareness of hidden homelessness

‘Concrete Shadows’ encourages consumers to rethink their understanding of homelessness.

Missoni's iconic bright colours and bold stripes add life and energy to the inanimate mannequins and overall exhibition.

Review: Missoni Art Colour

Missoni's iconic bright colours and bold stripes add life and energy to the inanimate mannequins and overall exhibition.

There's a worrying lack of awareness in society regarding HIV - and that's exactly what Jacob Alexander and Danny Germain are out to address.

HIV in the UK: Meet the young people changing social perceptions

There's a worrying lack of awareness in society regarding HIV - and that's exactly what Jacob Alexander and Danny Germain are out to address.

All the winners from this year's Graduate Fashion Week

Graduate Fashion Week - award winners round-up

All the winners from this year's Graduate Fashion Week

Countless artists have latched on to the gentle beauty, movement and subtle symbolism in Botticelli's now-iconic works to inform their own art.

Art Review: Botticelli Reimagined @ The V&A

Countless artists have latched on to the gentle beauty, movement and subtle symbolism in Botticelli's now-iconic works to inform their own art.

Lee Paton brought his love of taxidermy to The Dorchester for his AW16 launch.

Illusion and wit at the Lee Paton AW16 launch

Lee Paton brought his love of taxidermy to The Dorchester for his AW16 launch.

The V&A describes its the history of underwear exhibition as brief, and they're right.

Art Review: Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear @ The V&A

The V&A describes its the history of underwear exhibition as brief, and they're right.

Categorising people as “plus-size” forces them into boxes that are unnecessary, unhelpful, and unhealthy.

Why do we still label people as "plus size"?

Categorising people as “plus-size” forces them into boxes that are unnecessary, unhelpful, and unhealthy.

Anarchism is not one of the British Library’s strengths.

Art Review: Punk 1976-78 @ The British Library

Anarchism is not one of the British Library’s strengths.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, this year’s Graduate Fashion Week will be held at the Old Truman Brewery in East London from 5th–8th June 2016.

Graduate Fashion Week gears up to celebrate fresh talent

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, this year’s Graduate Fashion Week will be held at the Old Truman Brewery in East London from 5th–8th June 2016.

Read the winning entry to our Young Journalist Competition, in association with The Clothes Show - Friend or Foe? An open letter from fashion to social media, by Laura Brown. 

Friend or Foe? An open letter from fashion to social media

Read the winning entry to our Young Journalist Competition, in association with The Clothes Show - Friend or Foe? An open letter from fashion to social media, by Laura Brown. 

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