Jackie J’s Lee a/w 2013

Designer Jackie Lee cited “nomads and weave” as a source of inspiration for her J. JS Lee label’s A/W 2013 collection, and her wearable,...

CSM MA BACKSTAGE

A show applauded by many in the industry, the MA 2014 graduates made Valentine's Day a very special day indeed. Before and after the...

Chalayan Comes Dancing

7pm on a Thursday evening, the foyer of dance’s preeminent venue in Clerkenwell looks and feels like a “cheaper version of Chelsea”, according to...

GREEN CULT

Craig Green is showing his FW15 collection today! To celebrate this, we wanted to share an extract from our second issue with you: a...

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.

Julie Verhoeven

A chat with the unstoppable artist on guinea pig haircuts, being Howard Tangye’s groupie and the beauty of failure. Julie Verhoeven needs no introduction. The...

Rory Parnell-Mooney AW15

During London Collections: Men, the support for recent Central Saint Martins graduates continued: just as Fashion East took on Grace Wales Bonner directly after her BA collection, so did their initiative 'MAN', with CSM's MA menswear graduate Rory Parnell-Mooney. For his first season after graduating, he showed alongside Nicomede Talavera and Liam Hodges, and continued to explore his past collection's point of view, but with a new outlook. Boys walked the runway with slick hair, wearing floating black- and navy garments, to the sound of Nirvana's 'Breed'.

Puzzle Pieces: An Interview with MA Fashion graduate Toma Stenko

MA fashion graduate Toma Stenko recalls how her “fashion adventure” began at the tender age of seven, working alongside her aunt in a tailoring...

Fashion’s Man On The Sidelines: Antonio Berardi

Photography Kirill Kuletski   “Grazie… si, grazie”… a kiss on the cheek; another; a tight hug. We slide past, not wanting to impinge on the moment,...

Looking Back on Fashion Week SS14: Alexander McQueen

Fashion Weeks are over, and you must've heard by now (this is our third post) that we've been looking back on our season favourites-...

Helen Bullock illustrates the ‘Look at Me’ people of Somerset House

"I guess in a way I am being a little mean, and it's hard not to sit there and laugh at people. I realise...

Putting On A Show: thoughts on Gareth Pugh’s ‘immersive performance’ for...

The catwalk used to be the way in which designers showcased their collections. Now it’s all about the performance. In a memoir in 1954, Vogue...