Royal College of Art

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Katie Roberts-Wood: 3D Printing & Technological Innovation – the Future of...

In an age of  technological singularity where we see innovations in global industry on a mass scale every single day -- including fashion -- it's...

Amit Baruch: The Art of Storytelling through Textiles

Amit Baruch’s desk is a messy mix of colours and patterns. A fluffy teddy bear catches my eyes as she starts talking about her...

The transformative designs of RCA grad Camilla Damkjaer

Just like King Midas, MA Womenswear graduate Camilla Damkjaer has got the magic touch. Her brightly-hued collection is self transformative. Giving agency back to...

Modernising traditional Turkish craftsmanship: RCA graduate Tuğcan Dökmen

Tuğcan Dökmen felt as if beads were exploding out of her as she began researching the traditional embroidery techniques of her native Turkey. Originally...

The Royal 20: Shinhwan Kim

Shinhwan Kim talks with us about the necessity of communication through fashion, as he believes that interaction between designer and wearer becomes essential in...

Per Götesson: towards a functional MA graduate collection

A bit like how Picasso had his blue period and then his rose one, in middle school Per dressed in colour phases. One month...

The Royal 20: Marco Baitella

After years of wild experimentation, shoe designer and recent ITS competition winner Marco Baitella came to realise the importance of simplifying design. Throughout his...

Janni Vepsalainen: Putting fantasy in reality

Photography by Sasa Stucin Janni Vepsalainen knows how to combine all things pretty, frilly and girly and still make it look utterly cool. Her recent...

Edén Barrena, the politics of pleasure in art

A year ago, Edén Barrena was studying the Printmaking MA at the Royal College of Art. Today, her landscape has changed in a quite...

RCA grad Kira Goodey on mastering the art of spontaneity

Tokyo. Like many of the mega-cities today, it is full to the brim with infinite opportunity and remains an incredible source of artistic inspiration....

Flowers for the Contemporary – New Waves: Vivi Raila

From the tragic and the romantic, and 17th century Vanitas to 1-pound Tesco bouquets, Vivi Raila, a graduate of Royal College of Art’s Womenswear...

The Royal 20: Hyun Oh

Somewhere in between light pastel and bright neon yellow, Hyun Oh engages us in past conversations that have led to her graduate collection, and...