Communication and Promotion

Communication and Promotion

What do feminine creative spaces have in common?

With the Foundation Show opening today and Degree Show One being barely two weeks away, it somehow feels apt to already feel a bit nostalgic for...

The hottest CSM BA Fashion Print grads on the block

Although CSM's Granary Square building is open-plan and intends to promote cross-course collaboration, it's not often that one follows the creative trajectory of pals on different pathways....

Jeremy Scott, Tumblr and Unicorns at H&M: Dora Moutot on Internet...

We spoke with Dora Moutot, Fashion Communication and Promotion graduate, fashion journalist, trend forecaster and 'part-time unicorn', who has made it her business to...

What’s behind Hanna Moon’s new magazine? Ugly clothes and Japanese lesbian...

This article first appeared on Dazed Digital as part of our collaborative series Is it difficult to make a nice magazine in 2015? Ask Hanna Moon and she’ll...

Why doing something completely different than your course is OK

Going into her placement year, Central Saint Martins Fashion Communication and Promotion student Lydia Chan shows us that her journey at Central Saint Martins is...

Exploring the Internet with Dominik Pollin

For Dominik Pollin, fashion is about images. Images in the sense that to him, fashion is consumed visually, and thus immaterially, rather than through...

Defining Youth, (Un)representing sexuality: The eroticism of Leonard Arceo’s Romeo Magazine

When Leonard Arceo graduated with his masterly skilled cohort from Central Saint Martin’s cross-disciplinary course Fashion Communication and Promotion, he presented Romeo Magazine, an...

Meet Becky Baik, founder of The Profile Magazine

Students on the Fashion Communication and Promotion (FCP) course at Central Saint Martins are a lucky bunch, aren’t they? They’re able to experiment with everything on Planet Fashion, whether it’s styling, photography, fashion writing, film-making or graphics and branding. There are several FCP magazines that get produced each year, but one that caught our eye was The Profile Magazine, full of fantastic stories and imagery, all wrapped up in a tidy, nominal layout. One of the creative minds behind all the magic is no-one else other than FCP graduate Becky Baik, who hails from Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, and has worked for the likes of ELLE Korea and AnOther magazine.

New Perspectives with Adam Murray at the head of MA FCP

When it comes to fashion, it’s all about access and excess in our increasingly oversaturated times. The ‘Insta-age’, how can we break through the...

Sexy time at Central Saint Martins

During her placement year, our good friend and long-time 1 Granary family member Julia van IJken has been travelling the globe. Having assisted Vestoj’s Anja...

Re-presenting the Japanese creative scene with TONE

Born in Tokyo and raised in Beijing, 24-year-old Kaori Oyama had quite a unique perspective when she arrived in London five years ago for...

The fight on girl hate

“What is a five year old girl supposed to think when she watches Cinderella, seeing girls tearing apart her sister’s dress?” If you think of any...