Mission: research an entire fashion design project, without the Internet

Research is and will always be a vital part of a designer's creative development. In this project, the second year Womenswear students were thus...

The Simon Denny Method

Why not exchange the artist studio for a co-working desk in New York? Simon Denny is over the romantic ideal of the artist-as-genius. He...

Enter the poetic and violent world of Parsons BFA Fashion student...

Solving the mystery behind the work of Parsons BFA junior-year student Andrew Curwen, and his persona, is not an easy task. The lines between...

Ryan Dunn

Ryan Dunn is a London based artist and designer, who studied MA Industrial Design at CSM and graduated in 2008. Dunn's work is extremely diverse and always pushing the boundaries...

Stefanie Tschirky: fashion’s new ‘Renaissance’ designer?

It is not often that you hear of creatives enjoying maths, science and logical subjects. Stefanie, now in her second year at the Royal...

The Rise and Rise of Andrea Jiapei Li 

* This article first appeared on i-D as part of our collaborative series “Everything happens so fast.” The upbeat voice of Andrea Jiapei Li falters for...

Tigran Avetisyan: Finding Your Own Way of Saying “NO”

CSM students and graduates are probably most well-known for their rebellious attitude towards fashion, or simply everything in life. After producing one of the...

Robin Givhan’s lessons in fashion criticism

American critic Robin Givhan is a seasoned fashion insider, but not one who caters to fashion devotees. Nor does she shy away from providing...

How to reach a global audience straight after graduating from MA...

As H&M will soon be announcing the semifinalists for the 2016 edition of their Design Award competition, we take a look at the work of...

Preview: Anne McCloy

Photo by Kirill Kuletski Anne McCloy is one of the fashion tutors at Central St. Martins, but like no other. She is one hell of...

palmer//harding and the art of shirting for the modern woman

Matthew Harding and Levi Palmer met at Central Saint Martins and founded their menswear and womenswear brand in 2011. Starting out with four collections a year was quite a bold move but an essential one at first, as Palmer is menswear-trained and didn’t want to abandon that part of designing. This fashion week, they will be launching a capsule collection of their best-selling shirts, which will be taking their business a step further.

FUCKYEAHCHARINGCROSSROAD!

One day before work, the marvellous writer, editor and consultant Dal Chodha set up the blog fuckyeahcharingcrossroad. This glorious photographic archive documents the past...