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Influential Fashion Educators: RCA’s Zowie Broach

Zowie Broach and I are standing in one of the Royal College of Art's big, empty white spaces. Her blonde hair is slightly flustered...

Paulina Thillman: Communication, Criticism & Curation student at Central Saint Martins

Photography by 1st year BA Graphic Design student Phillip Koll for 1 Granary

Maria’s take on CSM students’ recognizability

After wednesday's introductory interview, Maria takes over today as guest illustrator, writing about- and illustrating Central Saint Martins students. Yesterday morning I was leaving my...

Inside the minds of Fashion and Textiles Foundation students at Central...

Foundation students at Central Saint Martins open up about their backgrounds and sources of inspiration. They explain to us what they think is important...

The White Series: Mikyoung Ko, Edward Mendoza, Shunichiro Naka

Mikyoung Ko Get to know the Korean fashion print student who kept a close relationship with the moon to develop her white project. Mikyoung Ko is...

Leaving Her Stamp on London Fashion Week: Carrie-Ann Stein at the...

Imagine holding a postcard in your hand, vividly portraying a vibrant seaside town in the north of England. Now, magnify it immensely and visualise...

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TODAY: CSM WHITE SHOW 2013 AT 4PM

get your tits out to saint martins' most exciting show of the year, where all white everything bleaches your teeth and makes you...

Influential Fashion Educators: David Kappo

David Kappo is perhaps the ultimate embodiment of the spirit of St. Martins. He has frequented the halls of the institution since before its merging with Central School of Art and Design, and remains one of the most prominent tutors in the institution as he directs CSM’s Graduate Diploma while lecturing at the Royal College of Art’s MA course. We invited Kappo, dressed extravagantly in floral tunic and bejewelled en masse, for breakfast at Dishoom, to hear how Louise Wilson once saved him from a tranny shop in SoHo and why it’s important to have the courage to wear what you design.