Monday, February 20, 2017

1Granary

1Granary.

Jahnkoy: The Displaced, a collection seeping with political weight

Growing up in Siberia, Maria Kazakova was obsessed with sewing from her elementary school days onwards. The day she first saw John Galliano’s explosively...

Masters of NYC: Anna-Marie Grüber

"The clothes are there to feel good, to perform a task but also to celebrate a woman's body," says Anna-Marie Grüber of her Parsons...

New Waves: Susang Hwang

'Masculinity' is one of those slippery topics within the fashion industry: how to define it? One possible start could be by trying to not...

Masters of NYC: Mook Attakanwong

From traditional kimonos to beautiful and rare textiles, Mook Attakanwong would spend her early days surrounded by an eclectic collection of curios in her...

Masters of NYC: Jessie Shroyer

"On one hand I grew up with Mickey Mouse and McDonalds - on the other hand I know they trade on that familiarity for...

Masters of NYC: Xiang Gao

Born into a family that owns a clothing factory, it was quite natural for Xiang Gao to choose fashion as a creative endeavour. Having...

New Waves: Seulki Sue Lee

In the BA Fashion graduate collections, one can find such a breadth of ideas: from prison-born kids to baked skirts, tent-structures and buried garments,...

New Waves: Ruihong Harry Xu

Ruihong Harry Xu offers us a fresh take on life within prison: that of life having started right there. This is not Orange is the...

New Waves: Susang Hwang

'Masculinity' is one of those slippery topics within the fashion industry: how to define it? One possible start could be by trying to not...

New Waves: Carmen Chan

For many, studying in London means living away from home for the first time: crossing the ocean and setting foot in a country where...

New Waves: Adnan Salman Jalal

One of Central Saint Martins’ most funky graduate collections this year? Adnan Salman Jalal’s ‘love letter to Gandhi’ - a pre-celebration of India’s 70...

New Waves: Soyoung Park

What would we look like if we could watch each other from a bird’s eye view? That's what Soyoung Park wanted to explore through...