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Inside the melting pot at CSM: student collaboration ‘Boys Club’

Collaborative projects are at the heart of the creative industries. We’ve all experienced the ups and plentiful downs of group projects and troubling power...

Fashion Folio’s Alter Egos

For their second week back in college, Patrick Lee Yow’s Fashion Folio students were set an exciting and challenging project: following in the footsteps...

Dido Liu

Tell us about your background and how did you get into Central Saint Martins? Before going to CSM, I studied fashion design in Beijing for...

Fashioning Spaces: Curating Contemporary Fashion outside the Institution

Why are alternative fashion displays often better at showcasing fashion than the traditional fashion museum? Jihane Dyer, a graduate of Central Saint Martins’ Fashion...

Monday Mixtape: Groovy Patterncutting

Dedicated to Imogen, groovy dancing queen at all our parties. Groovy Patterncutting by 1granary on Mixcloud This Mixtape Monday: Groovy patterncutting for those who, like...

Interview Magazine June/July 2012: Recycling

Remember the “Wierdos” photo shoot by Kirill Kuletsky, which was, by the way, published by Volt, of Reclaim to Wear project collection by CSM...

6,000 stitches – New Waves: Rebecca Jeffs

Central Saint Martins graduate Rebecca Jeffs interned at Dior and Margiela before presenting a collection that explored how fashion distorts the human shape. Savile Row...

Raffaele Ascione

   Raffaele Ascione, who had successfully graduated from the MA fashion course at Central Saint Martins in 2011, has presented his new collection at the...

NUDE: CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS MA FASHION EXHIBITION AT LETHABY GALLERY

The exhibition was decidedly curated in collaboration with Alistair O'Neill, a name you may recognise for recently bringing Guy Bourdin's oeuvre to the heart of Somerset House this winter. Being the first exhibition of its kind to showcase recent Central Saint Martins MA Fashion graduate work, for free and to the public, it’s a new era of direction for the course, which since last year has been lead by Fabio Piras; who also oversaw the 'Nude’ exhibit through from its early beginnings. "It's an opportunity to look at the garments closely and understand the process which you don't get from the catwalk show nor from a flattened image" emphasises Piras. O’Neill, the Fashion History and Theory course leader at Central Saint martins, muses "The title and the concept came out of a particular colour that Fabio and I had been drawn to throughout the collections... The term "Nude" has a much more meaning in terms of art history, but when talked about in fashion, it's just a colour...”

Liz Eungee Jung

FDM 2nd year student Liz Eungee Jung's aim was to do a creative photo shoot and produce clothes for her favourite fashion brand, which turns out...

In the Street

Installation by Giorgina Germanou, a 3rd year Performance Design student.

On The Bridge