GSA Sustainability Degree Show Prize

GSA Sustainability Degree Show Prize

My final year work focuses on ethics, sustainability and its intersections. I use fashion as a vehicle to discuss colonisation’s consistent legacy applied to aspirational fashion within the present day. In my final year I aim to be explicit about how we can change our consumer identity and the way we value our clothes as all...

Postcolonial Theory

Postcolonial Theory

Your personal ensemble of garments to an extent demonstrates an expression of individual identity; however, I am inquiring into how our clothed performances of identity present our aspirations and furthermore the source of such fantasies. My research epistemology asks these questions in relation to my practice as a fashion designer specialising in concept design....

About

About

Melody Uyanga Ramsay is a Scottish-Mongolian fashion designer whose work focuses on heritage, ethics, sustainability and its intersections using fashion.  Born in the dust of horses in Mongolia, raised in a Scottish seaside town, Ramsay currently studies Fashion Design at the Glasgow School of Art  where she is Lead Representative for the School of Design....