CSM designers come together for Zaha Hadid’s final exhibition

Zaha Hadid once said: “If I wanted to do clothes or if I wanted to make a building or design a choreography, I would...

Noa Raviv: Humanising computer-led fashion design

Noa Raviv’s designs, which incorporate 3D-printing to create otherworldly beauty, have earned her numerous accolades - including Fashion Designer of The Year Award at...

Halloween’s hottest CSM set designers

After assisting Gary Card for over a year, I have gained a new respect for the powerful but modest role of set design. It...

A guide to getting your collection into boutiques

L’Eclaireur sure is a shop with a history and longevity in the Paris retail scene. Started by Armand Hadida 36 years ago, the boutique...

Première Vision’s Pascaline Wilhelm on what young textiles designers should master

Want to know what the next Céline collection might look like? Stalk Phoebe Philo at Première Vision -- the most renowned textiles and fabric...

Predicting the Future of Fearless Fashion

The Savage Beauty exhibition was held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2015 to celebrate the creativity and innovativity of Lee Alexander McQueen....

How to create art in a gentrified world?

How important is going to art school in 2016, where young creatives are pushed out of London with the regime of £9k tuition fees...

The Gvasalia Effect

Demna Gvasalia may have become a household name overnight, but his younger brother, Guram, is the lesser-known half of Vetements, the world’s most buzzed-about...

How to Pattern Cut Creatively, a seminar

The Anne Tyrrell Creative Pattern Cutting Seminar is an annual event held by the British Fashion Council to raise awareness of the importance of...

Investigating the KTZ/Inuit ‘rip-off’ case with fashion lawyer Hugh Devlin

Late 18th century English writer and collector Charles Caleb Colton once famously declared that “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” but today, imitation isn’t...

Damselfrau’s masks explore the potential and personality of textiles craft

It’s a typically grim Friday morning in November as Jackson and I head to Dalston. Splutters of rain and gusts of wind contribute to...

Supermodels and Scarecrows: Welcome to Axel Hoedt’s photographic underworld

“I wonder if he’s as curious as his pictures…” I thought whilst waiting for Axel Hoedt, the German photographer who has spent the last 7 years capturing Europe’s traditional carnival goers in their spectacular and somewhat terrifying glory. His most recent book titled ‘Dusk’ catalogues the carnival people of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, starkly shot moments away from the festivities. The images are unnerving to say the least. It was thus a surprise when a man to whom the adjective ‘jolly’ would most definitely apply arrived in an east London coffee shop (with stupidly loud music) to be interviewed.