The Rosen Touch

It’s Market Week and the clean, light-filled headquarters of Theory are abuzz with staff and buyers. Andrew Rosen sits in his office, where the...

Ahead of our times: Floriane de Saint Pierre

A black leather shrink’s chair stands in the corner of Floriane de Saint Pierre’s Paris office. Its presence in the room where marriages are...

Fashion Law 101, as explained by Hugh Devlin

*This interview first appeared in the third issue of 1 Granary. Think of a fashion news story. Whether it’s conglomerates like LVMH or Kering investing...

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...

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...

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,...

Sandy Powell: Behind the Silver Screen

*This feature originally appears in 1 Granary Issue 3: Dazzling in an age of austerity Sandy Powell avoids clichés. “I grew up in Brixton and Clapham...

Richard Malone: Fuck the Cuts

*This interview originally appeared in 1 Granary Issue 3 The current fashion system often puts pressure on students to think about their ‘future careers’ at...

Thomas Tait: from LVMH Prize to the British Fashion Awards

On Monday, the fashion industry celebrated the latest British Fashion Awards, which saw recent Central Saint Martins BA Fashion graduate Grace Wales Bonner win the Emerging...

How Thomas Persson made Acne Paper ‘museum quality’

In a sea of publications that have come to prominence since the 2000’s, Acne Paper stands head and shoulders above any other post-millennial fashion periodical. Why? Simply because of the fact that it didn’t really cover fashion, or Acne for that matter, and instead dedicated luxuriously long features and editorials to 'museum quality' content – doing so by digging past the pretty surface and delving deep into the history of culture.

This business-savvy menswear designer might soon take London by storm

I was asked to interview Nicomede Talavera because of my history as one of his devoted helpers on his MA collection. It was as interesting for me as anyone else to hear what Nic has been up to in the last two years since he graduated – a Google search was showing pretty exciting results. In latest news, after two seasons with Fashion East and one as an official London Collections: Men designer, when we met Nic had just won a two-year mentoring scheme by CFE (Centre for Fashion Enterprise) that provided him with a studio space and valuable business advice.

Hockin: revealing the beauty of construction

Hockin is a name you’ll soon be hearing a lot more often. It’s the surname of CSM alumni Charlotte, who has been quietly working...