Breakfast on Pluto with Henrik Vibskov

Henrik Vibskov should be the product of the Central Saint Martins dream - a fashion designer who does more than just design, who works...

1 Granary Magazine: the second issue is out!

They say making a magazine feels like being in labour, and hell that's true, but Louise Wilson helped us to give birth to our...

surreal Digital Collage in Print: Heidi Andreasen’s cross-media artworks

We speak with Heidi Andreasen, whose digital collages grace the pages of our printed magazine. The Berlin-based artists talks about Interview magazine, digital manipulation...

The new issue of 1 Granary is out and it’s bigger,...

1 Granary was started as a small online platform by students of Central Saint Martins - a bunch of excited designers who were making...

Amanda Sharp on founding Frieze, art’s foremost critical publication

you don’t need to dumb complicated ideas down - you just have to explain them clearly. Beginning as two young graduates in the late...

Lotta Volkova: CSM, Vetements, Balenciaga

Lotta Volkova is everywhere. Be it her face printed on the pages of Vogue's March edition, shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin,...

Cecilia Dean: The woman behind art’s unrivalled publication, Visionaire

From a set of five 12-inch double-sided vinyl and a package of plastic toy figures to a crate of conceptual perfumes, artist-created breath strips...

AI WEI WEI: BEHIND THE WALL

There is a building complex in Beijing that looks like a fortress – or, perhaps, a prison. Either way, it’s not a place that looks conducive to creativity. Yet, behind its concrete walls sits the equally controversial and celebrated artist, Ai Weiwei, with his team, and his roving family of cats. It’s also where Tom Wu, a former Central Saint Martins design student, completed a four-week internship last year. On top of the valuable technical skills he learned from Ai during his stint, the famed provocateur also gave Wu, of all things, a haircut.

Sarah Mower: On a mission to support emerging designers

This article originally appeared in 1 Granary Issue 3 Whether she likes it or not, Sarah Mower is someone that has become intertwined in the...

Dries van Noten: how to pull off creating 100 shows

“Please get out of that system: I have to do a fashion show, Anna Wintour has to be on the first row, Tim Blanks...

Issue 3 — First Step: The CSM BA Fashion graduates of...

London Fashion Week’s schedule may be ‘murderous’ because of its amount of shows, presentations, and events, but never before has there been a time where so much young talent got together to show their work to press and buyers. While taking a break from LFW and gearing up for Paris, have a look at the talents whose names might be on the future show invites: this year’s BA graduates.

Help save the Meadham Kirchhoff archive

Since the closure of their brand last year, a variety of developments surrounding MK have made fashion headlines -- most of them centered around...