New Waves: Abigail Ezimako

Since the start of her collection, Abigail Ezimako knew that she wanted to make it personal. Bringing her intimate and emotional experience into the...

The Masters: Jake Burt

Jake Burt is not afraid to bring up the familiar and practical (often overlooked) aspects of fashion design when he discusses his graduate collection....

New Waves: Yoonki Sander Yoo

Yoonki Sander Yoo does not hide her exhaustion with the hustle and bustle of London life while sitting across from me drinking an iced...

New Waves: Jordan Dalah

If anyone exemplifies the notion that the artist is separate from the art, it is Jordan Dalah. Sitting by the Granary Square fountains in...

New Waves: James Crewe

James Crewe’s journey to his graduate collection has been inspired by his lifelong love of Lee McQueen, an obsession with collecting vintage catwalk clothing,...

New Waves: Kitty Garratt

Biology, culture, and social coding no longer confine the expectations of the roles men and women occupy. Gender is not a new topic in...

New Waves: Kevin Germanier

When I first met Kevin at his home in Angel one sunny afternoon, I was delighted to see the perfectly placed boxes of beads...

New Waves: Nathan Korn

Sadness and heartbreak don’t always have to be dull and drab, according to CSM Fashion Print graduate Nathan Korn. His collection was inspired by...

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 Masters: Eftychia Karamolegkou

Greek designer Eftychia Karamolegkou’s final MA collection is a tailoring fan’s dream, and every woman’s answer to dressing elegantly and without a care. We...

New Waves: Thomas Sehne

Taking inspiration from classic tailoring techniques, Thomas Sehne considered his immediate surroundings in London to build a concept that challenges classic menswear in contemporary...

New Waves: Matt Dyer

Discourses about fashion education have been stirring the pot lately, some question its value, some critique its methods and many are concerned with life...