Pick, Mix and Match: Sophie Cobb at the London Design Festival...

This year, as part of the London Design Festival 2013, nine Central Saint Martins design graduates joined arms to showcase under the group-name, CSM...

Sharon Wauchob’s Garden of Edun

Irish designer Sharon Wauchob is the creative director behind ethical fashion label, Edun alongside her own namesake label. Having graduated from Saint Martins in...

Surviving fashion school? It’s only the first step

A week passed since LC:M ended and Pitti Uomo has been wrapped up -- Eugene Rabkin argued that it reflects the current state of...

Holly Fowler

London-based graduate Holly Fowler has gone from strength to strength following her graduation from Central Saint Martins in 2012. Having worked for renowned companies...

Breakfast with 1 Granary: Stephen Jones

If Stephen Jones sees people, does he imagine hats on them? The answer is yes, ‘but not a metal Greek Orthodox one on you!’ he says as he pulls up a can of water and pictures it balancing on my head. It is not often that one is being watched meticulously by one of the greatest milliners of our time, over breakfast in Dishoom. Stephen hardly needs an introduction -- he was awarded an OBE for his services to fashion, shared a house with Boy George and Grayson Perry, designed for pretty much any (pop)star and fashion design house that matters; his work can be seen in movies, museums, and even commercials... He just came back from Paris where he’s working with Raf Simons at Dior and we sit down for a conversation and an omelette. When we get talking about publishing, the topic of our second issue comes up and he mentions, “Everybody you ask will have a different perception of digital versus print.”

Elisa Palomino

Illustration by Elisa's friend Gladys Perint Palmer  Elisa Palomino has led a long and varied career in the fashion industry. After graduating from MA Fashion...

Palmer//Harding

While we were browsing through the exhibition space at Sommerset House, luckily, we met Matthew Harding and Levi Palmer, the souls behind Palmer//Harding. Both...

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...

Dilys Williams: a voice for radical change in the fashion industry

The Centre for Sustainable Fashion established in 2008 by Dilys Williams, is an interdisciplinary research centre whose main focus is to use fashion as...

Trager Delaney: “Paris Lacks Rebellion”

Kim Trager and Lowell Delaney met each other at Central Saint Martins' BA Knitwear program in 2007, and they started their label Trager Delaney together in 2012, which strives to serve a refreshing commentary on the modern woman. Armed with a joined sense of aesthetic humour and attention to detail, as well as a collectively impressive CV which includes Lowell Delaney's place at Celine under Phoebe Philo and Kim Trager's noteworthy experience Haider Ackermann, the duo creates collections that are instantly translatable in an industry filled and fuelled by excess.

Flowers for the Contemporary – New Waves: Vivi Raila

From the tragic and the romantic, and 17th century Vanitas to 1-pound Tesco bouquets, Vivi Raila, a graduate of Royal College of Art’s Womenswear...

Getting to grips with the business of fashion. An interview with...

Set up by Imran Amed just over five years ago, The Business of Fashion has carved a niche for itself in the international fashion...