Students from the University of Chester are getting the chance to showcase their work at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet.

The University and the Designer Outlet have partnered to display a selection of final year collections by Fashion Design students and up-and-coming graduates at the outlet.

The students will have their designs featured in a pop-up showroom.

Visitors have the opportunity to view pieces from six selected Fashion Design students’ final degree collections at the pop-up space this month.

The work will be displayed in a stand-alone retail unit, between the Converse and All Saints stores, from Tuesday, June 11 until Monday, June 17.

Jessica Rimmer's work will be at the pop-up space   (Image: University of Chester)

Louise Morgan, one of the featured designers said: "Having worked so hard to create my first collection, the pop-up collab with Cheshire Oaks is such an incredible opportunity to meet and share collections with the public and will be a great way to celebrate the achievements and hard work put in over the last year."

Jessica Rimmer, another final year Fashion Design student said: "The opportunity to be selected to showcase my Couverture, modesty-focused collection is an honour."

A launch event with a live DJ will take place on June 11, kicking off at 6pm and running until 8 pm.

The launch event is open to all, with guests including guests from top fashion brands and additional VIPs.

Sophie Pomfrey's work will be on display   (Image: University of Chester)

The pop-up space will be open to the public from 10am to 8pm each day.

Delphine Wilson, programme leader for BA (Hons) Fashion Design at the University of Chester said: "We're thrilled to have the opportunity to feature our students’ work at the UK's largest designer outlet.

"They have worked incredibly hard on their degree collections and this offers a great experience for both the students and visitors.

"We’d like to thank everyone at the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, who has helped to make it possible."

Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet general manager, Kenny Murray added: "We are delighted to be able to offer a space for the fashion students to showcase their work.

"It’s important to us to be able to give back to our local community and provide any expertise we can on retail and the fashion industry to the future talent."