Queenie Cao: Translating Playtime Delight to Jewellery

The lyrical world of Queenie Cao reminds us that, in periods of political and social uncertainties, fashion can still be about delicate and oneiric...

A wardrobe like a family: Roni Ilan

The older we are, the more important the concept of family becomes. While as teenagers most of us tried to distinguish ourselves from our...

The Masters: Li Gong

From his minimalistic black uniform and round rimmed glasses to the illustrations drawn in the bald patch on the back of his head, Li...

Friend, and collaborator: Julian DuFour and Céline Schubert

“Whenever there is a slight opportunity or a loophole in an assignment, I’m working with Céline,” says Julian DuFour, a 1st year FCP student...

She twists, pinches and ties-up: Snow Xue Gao

Snow Xue Gao’s story, member of the hyper select class of Parsons’ alumni, starts like this: she presented her AW17 collection on VFiles’ runway...

Words of wisdom from Tigran Avetisyan

Tigran Avetisyan’s clothes shout loud so that he can stay quiet. A recent expansion into womenswear has given him double the opportunity to express...

Celia Pym is mending the human heart through knit

The human experience carries a vulnerable weight. Sometimes it is easier to speak through an object, and Celia Pym is making art that heals...

The Masters: Laura Lowena and Emma Chopova

Meeting Laura Lowena and Emma Chopova for the first time is a remarkably calming experience. There is a striking balance between the two -...

Draping for social unity: Anne Karine Thorbjørnsen

Since graduating from MA Womenswear at Central Saint Martins in 2012, Anne Karine Thorbjørnsen has struggled with the concept of sitting still. When she’s not...

Deciphering the poetry of Kozaburo Akasaka

In times when individuality is equally celebrated as banned, young talents such as Kozaburo Akasaka emerge to embrace authenticity and differentiation. The young Japanese designer graduated last...

Ryohei Kawanishi: turning research into business with LANDLORD

Ryohei Kawanishi is not conventional but he is pragmatic. The New York-based Japanese designer graduated from the Fashion Knitwear BA at Central Saint Martins...

Meet me in the bathroom: Sirloin by Mao Usami and Alve...

Time spent as a student is not regularly considered to be the most romantic. With little money in our pockets and a workload that...