Connie Lim

Connie Lim, aged 26 is from Los Angeles California. Originally, an illustrator, she attended Art Center Pasadena College of Art and Design. There she...

Masami Fujimaki and her Nina de York Illustrations

Masami is so nice. Is it due to her fair nature, her Japanese origin or her artistic spirituality, Im not sure but she is...

Lizzy Stewart

Lizzy Stewart, above all, is a sparkle of talent with a pencil in hand. She is a London based illustrator, who recently achieved Master’s...

Decked Out Kickstarter: Fashion Playing Cards by Constance Lim

Whilst going through all students' sketchbooks at the graduate show this summer, I noticed the beautiful illustrations by Connie Lim, who studied Fashion Design...

Roxanne Gatt

Inspired by childhood holidays in the UK, Malta-born illustrator Roxanne Gatt changed directions "abruptly" from studying A-level Maths and Physics to packing her suitcase...

All I $ee i$ $ign$

  If you've ever passed through the Foundation at CSM, you'll no doubt remember the infamous 'Alter Ego' project, in which you dig deep,  call...

Maria’s take on CSM students’ recognizability

After wednesday's introductory interview, Maria takes over today as guest illustrator, writing about- and illustrating Central Saint Martins students. Yesterday morning I was leaving my...

Arts and Asia: Wu Ling’s Eastern Promise

Wu Ling is a key figure in the Chinese Fashion Industry. She followed Angelica Cheung stepping into the world of Vogue China from Elle...

How does social media affect the way illustrators work?

How is social media changing the way that illustrators work? What does it take to turn it into a full-time profession when money in the...

FASHION CRITIC IAIN R. WEBB HAS BEEN COLLECTING FASHION INVITATIONS FOR...

From the loud to the minimal, the precious to the poor, the fashion show invitation remains as the highly fetishised golden ticket to the exclusive world of fashion shows. A new book, edited by award-winning fashion writer and Central Saint Martins professor Iain Webb, explores this colourful history, functioning as a disjointed but invaluable reflection of the development of fashion and its industry. As the book launches, we asked Webb a few questions about the making of the book and what it might mean when John Galliano sends you a rusty old key with a handwritten label attached.

Matt Johnstone

Matt Johnstone is an illustrator-maverick and Central Saint Martins Graphic Design graduate. His works are an explosion of details and illustration of his obvious...

Window dressing is permitted vandalism: Helen Bullock x Liberty London

We catch up with Helen Bullock, who dressed Liberty London's windows for a special Fashion Week edition. The illustrator and fashion designer, who has...