Inside the minds of Fashion and Textiles Foundation students at Central...

Foundation students at Central Saint Martins open up about their backgrounds and sources of inspiration. They explain to us what they think is important...

The Grayson Perry Project photo shoot for i-D online

1Granary gleefully presents Grayson Perry Project, especially shot for I-D Online. Central Saint Martins’ 2nd year Fashion Print students, for the eighth consecutive year, had the...

FCP x Cubitts project

A few weeks earlier, eyewear label Cubitts approached the Fashion Communication & Promotion (FCP) class at Central St Martins, asking students to create a...

Behind the Central Saint Martins Céline project: Jiale An

Bag projects have kind of become a 'thing' at Central Saint Martins. We can guess that it is because in reality accessories have been booming in sales for the...

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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...

CSM In-depth: Second year BA Womenswear Tailoring

During a four-week long period, the second year BA Womenswear students had to answer the question, "What is the contemporary definition of tailoring?” by...

BULGARI X CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS: MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN

Though Bulgari started as a jewellery company, and Central Saint Martins as an art college, they’ve found a middle way: a bag design collaboration. Surprisingly, it’s not a handful of highly praised alumni (the list is long) who were approached to participate, but a select crop of three recent fashion graduates: Icelandic Anita Hirlekar (MA Fashion 2014), British Natasha Somerville (BA Womenswear 2013) and American Connie Lim (Fashion Design with Marketing 2013). Why? To get a fresh approach on Bulgari’s existing codes: Monete, Serpenti and Bvlgari Bvlgari, by the means of ‘disrupting’ these. How? A six week competition style project, going from briefing to designing, visiting Bulgari’s Atelier, making prototypes, and giving presentations during endless Skype conversations. And so, ‘redefined luxury bags’ have come into existence.

The White Series: Juan Lea Palomino and River Wang

Juan Lea Palomino Meet the Peruvian student from Fashion Design Womenswear whose inspiration comes from observing the sky through his telescope. “I do consider myself a...

Pia Jacqueline Chandra

Pia is a second year FDM (Fashion Design with Marketing) student, who chose PRADA as her dream brand for a Creative Styling Project. The brief said...

The White Series. Part 4: Scott Park

1G: Tell us about your White Project. Scott Park: The starting point for this project was based on stories from occult societies, superstitions, and the collections of...