The New MA Graduates: Samuel Yang

The idea that fashion is an art form is nothing new, since art is anything that can be considered a self-expression; Samuel Yang takes it a step further with his plan to collaborate with local creatives in different parts of the world, after graduating from the MA Fashion in Womenswear. Dream big they say, and Yang definitely does.

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...

Loose Shirting Against Wet Skin- Palmer//Harding’s Quintessential British Spring 2014

Since launching their label in 2011, Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding have taken their label, palmer//harding from strength to strength. With the help of...

White Show 2013

As we've been covering the white show for the past three years, we've decided to spice things up just a little bit for 2013....

White Show: 8.12.2011

This Thursday sees the annual student led White Show, produced by Fashion Communication and Promotion students. It showcases all fashion design pathway's work, whose...

THE NEW MA GRADUATES: JAMES THESEUS BUCK

James Theseus Buck’s final collection started from a series of objects. Here, he tells us how a sock became a rubber band penis; why...

The Fashion Graduate Diplomas: Ree Liu

There are several advantage for people who do not have perfect vision: they can experience and see a world in which blemishes are blurred...

The New MA Graduates: Maia Bergman

With a steady hand, abnormal patience and a heavy fistful of beads, Maia Bergman takes the mundane wardrobe of everyday uniform, and gives it...

Seun Ade-Onojobi

What does fashion personally mean to you? I think fashion ultimately comes back to people and society and the way in which they choose to...

WAYWARD FASHION – New Waves: Une Yea

Une Yea’s approach to fashion is nothing like we’ve ever encountered before. Through her practice, she questions and criticises the excessiveness of fashion, its rooting in blatant consumerism and its inherent manipulative nature. Yet the Chinese RCA graduate sticks to the medium of design as a way to discuss the way we consider fashion today – and transcend it all with her radical vision.

The New MA Graduates: Matty Bovan

Opening this year’s Central Saint Martins MA graduate show at London Fashion Week, Matty Bovan’s 12-piece strong collection was a daringly personal dip into...