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Louise Leconte at La Cambre Fashion Show 2011

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La Cambre Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Visuels in Brussels has an intensive fashion course comparable to its more famous country counterpart the Antwerp Royal Academy. The school's alumni includes the likes of Olivier Theyskens, Lea Peckre (winner of La Cambre Jury Prize 2010), and its graduates have gone to first assistant and studio director positions at Lanvin, Chanel and Maison Martin Margiela to name a few.

With a five year fashion course, the first two years are spent concentrating on volume, colors, fabrics and techniques which will then inform students and guide them to create their own collections in the last three years of the course.

This unique fashion show of La Cambre fashion school takes place each year at the Halles of Schaerbeek. On the catwalk, every student from each year got to show their work.

A look at this year's graduates from an esteemed fashion school in Brussels.
Louise Leconte's collection
Images courtesy Peter Schultz
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