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Don’t grow up too fast – The LVMH Prize

One champagne-drenched evening during Paris Fashion Week, 21 young designers were placed in little white boxes and asked to present their big ideas to...

The Radical North: John Alexander Skelton brings heritage back home

When it comes to high fashion, the clothes themselves are often no longer the main selling point. Instead, one of the most hyped pieces...

Amanda Sharp on founding Frieze, art’s foremost critical publication

you don’t need to dumb complicated ideas down - you just have to explain them clearly. Beginning as two young graduates in the late...

A wardrobe like a family: Roni Ilan

The older we are, the more important the concept of family becomes. While as teenagers most of us tried to distinguish ourselves from our...

The Masters: Li Gong

From his minimalistic black uniform and round rimmed glasses to the illustrations drawn in the bald patch on the back of his head, Li...

Friend, and collaborator: Julian DuFour and Céline Schubert

“Whenever there is a slight opportunity or a loophole in an assignment, I’m working with Céline,” says Julian DuFour, a 1st year FCP student...

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Is the air you breathe affecting the art you make?

lLiving in any big capital - London, New York, Paris, Beijing - doesn’t come without repercussions. What it does come with, is a whole...

She twists, pinches and ties-up: Snow Xue Gao

Snow Xue Gao’s story, member of the hyper select class of Parsons’ alumni, starts like this: she presented her AW17 collection on VFiles’ runway...

Steven Tai: I be not up all night

Staying up all night to finish a piece of work is never someone’s Plan A. If you’re down to 2am in the early hours...

Words of wisdom from Tigran Avetisyan

Tigran Avetisyan’s clothes shout loud so that he can stay quiet. A recent expansion into womenswear has given him double the opportunity to express...

Celia Pym is mending the human heart through knit

The human experience carries a vulnerable weight. Sometimes it is easier to speak through an object, and Celia Pym is making art that heals...

Charlie Fegan and his Device to Sort Everything Out Once and...

Sometime between completing his BA at Goldsmiths, and starting his second year at the Royal Academy, Charlie Fegan was struck by the sad truth...