Central Saint Martins

Central Saint Martins

We’re hiring!

Though we aren't looking for 'data churnalists' or 'fat shamers', we are on the hunt for brilliant contributors and interns to work alongside the 1 Granary team We are looking...

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,...

Beautiful Ana

Ana Gilca wears the designs of the Central Saint Martins graduates and students in a photoshoot for the 1 Granary blog. Photographed by Nikolay...

Ethan O’Connor’s healthy obsession with Ophelia Finke

Now that the world has yet again become obsessed with Calvin Klein's Obsession and Kate Moss' sister, Lottie, has become the star of the...

Sci-fi meets Céline: Minki Cheng presents his AW14 collection

In February, we spoke with Minki Cheng about his past- and upcoming collections. This season’s garments are made of a mix of natural fibers...

Louise’s Final Seminar: Monday night’s “What’s Next for Fashion?” Talk at...

I had the rare privilege of being able to hear Professor Louise Wilson OBE speak at last Monday night’s Design Museum’s talk: “What’s Next...

AN EXERCISE IN TOILING – NEW WAVES: Robert Wallace

Robert Wallace has a straight-to-the-point approach to his fashion design without too much focus on concept, concentrating instead on the precision and cleanliness of...

Nayuko Yamamoto

Nayuko Yamamoto is the 2012 Central Saint Martins graduate. She is from Japan and has come a long way, not only in geographical terms,...

Arts and Asia: Wu Ling’s Eastern Promise

Wu Ling is a key figure in the Chinese Fashion Industry. She followed Angelica Cheung stepping into the world of Vogue China from Elle...

The New MA Graduates: Paul Thomson

From his early exposure to utility and workwear, to the incorporation of Shetland wool into his final MA collection, Scotland has played a central...

From Kirchhoff to Galliano: CSM Fashion graduate Harry Evans romantically revives...

Harry Evans gloriously revived ol' England's knitwear, and has done so with a storm of references from Elizabethan imagery to camp Mugler glamour. We can...