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 Graduates’ with Nick Knight and Simon Foxton

Psssssst... Better set your alarms tomorrow, because we have something super exciting in store, and it's kicking off early. Remember the MA Fashion class...

The White Series. Part 2: Sara Kiani

1G: Tell us about your White Project. Sara Kiani: My project is based on my family stories and relationships. It’s about how we’ve dealt with things, what...

Hyon Park. “I am so sorry.” 2nd Year Womenswear Sustiainablty Project

1G: Tell us about your project. Hyon Park: It was a "Sustainability project"; so obviously its about the environment and pollution. However, I thought that...

16:30 We are done!

We just finished with "The White" photoshoot featuring the few garments from the White Show. Thanks to all designers that took part in it...

The White Series. Part 6: Hyunjung Joo

1G: Tell us about your White Project. Hyunjung Joo: I started with eroticism: the particular side of eroticism that speaks to oppression of human in...

The White Series. Part 10: Edwin Mohney

1G: Tell us about your White Project. Edwin Mohney: My white project is very simple to describe: Its a massive, plastic white teeshirt that a...

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. Part 1: Liam Johnson

The White Project is a brief for all first year Central Saint Martins fashion design students, that asks students to create a garment using...

Liz Eungee Jung

FDM 2nd year student Liz Eungee Jung's aim was to do a creative photo shoot and produce clothes for her favourite fashion brand, which turns out...

TODAY: CSM WHITE SHOW 2013 AT 4PM

get your tits out to saint martins' most exciting show of the year, where all white everything bleaches your teeth and makes you...

white show 2013