The New MA Graduates: Beth Postle

The first thing I said to Beth when we sat down at the school cafeteria was that her BA collection was one of my favourites that year. “Thank you!” she replied modestly with a slight embarrassment in her tone. As every one who watched the 2013 Press show would remember, Beth opened the show with her charmingly hand-printed Picasso-like collection; it was a perfect showcase of youth and artistry for a CSM show. Beth’s MA collection was an upgrade from her BA, with a few pleasant surprises. As we carried on with the interview, she explained to me how she managed to hold on to the technique, but at the same time pushing it towards a different direction. “I am not saying I would have done it differently with my BA collection, but you know that feeling when you look back at your work, it makes you cringe a little bit.”

The Masters: Gabriella Sardeña

Only once you’ve experienced the energetic personality of Gabriella Sardeña can you fully understand the method behind her work. Bubbling with enthusiasm, the British...

The Masters: Robert Wallace

“I had never used a sewing machine before coming to Saint Martins,” Wallace confesses unabashedly. As an ambitious eighteen-year-old, he applied to Central Saint...

mighty ma fashion graduates advices from the stars

Five MA Fashion graduates, five questions. Let the graduation games begin. What should you actually do straight after graduation? What are the best and worst...

The New MA Graduates: Xinyuan Xu

Xinyuan Xu’s designs are something that stem out of her own understanding. For her MA graduate show during London Fashion Week, she chose to...

Fan-tastic, Graham’s 50s twist on metal Boiler Suits

What's MA graduate Graham Fan about? Fishwire-mixed dresses and investment banking as a failure-to-launch plan. We speak to the designer who, quite literally, twisted...

Four Seasons: An Interview with MA Fashion Graduate Assaf Reeb

Showing complete disregard for the seasonal strictures of the fashion system, Assaf Reeb created a final MA collection that was at once all thing...

The Masters: Michael Halpern

“A return to glamour – That’s my whole ethos,” 28-year-old New York state born Michael Halpern explains of his collection and design aesthetic. “Everything...

Anne Karine Thorbjørnsen

What does fashion personally mean to you? What I am interested in is working creatively in a process expressing a point of view or a...

A revolution of dignity – Ukrainian MA Fashion student Masha Reva,...

"I know it sounds a bit romantic, but we all created this revolution, first of all a revolution of dignity." Masha Reva is on...

The Masters: Alexandre Arsenault

"I’m grateful for my technical background: if I want to start a business, I know how to deal with cash flow, and how to...

The New MA Graduates: Krystyna Kozhoma

Krystyna Kozhoma knows that studying at Central Saint Martins opens doors, especially if you have had the opportunity to show your collection at London...