The White Series. Part 6: Hyunjung Joo

1G: Tell us about your White Project. Hyunjung Joo: I started with eroticism: the particular side of eroticism that speaks to oppression of human in...

Sarah: day 2

Anything but sustainable fashion: Harro! Do you know who made your...

I have a confession to make: I find Abercrombie & Fitch quite fascinating. The long queue of girls and boys going crazy for the hunky shirtless male models during the opening of their Hong Kong flagship store back in 2012, is a picture that is truly hard to forget. As a design student, I find it bizarre how much my peers are willing to pay for these crappy clothes (I apologize for my bluntness); as a marketing student however, I have a certain respect for their (once) effective marketing strategies. I remember what my tutor said to us at the beginning of our second year: “When you graduate from this course, you should be able to sell your work, even if it’s just a collection of white t-shirts.” For Abercrombie & Fitch, it is the good old all-American sex sells trick, but sadly it still works!

Visual Questionnaire: Wilson PK

Wilson PK certainly got on a high of press attention when Lady Gaga posted a picture of herself lounging on a couch last year,...

Who Will Make The Cut? Exploring a CSM Womenswear project.

After three weeks of intense pattern making, draping and sewing, the Cutting Project came to an end and it was time for the crit....

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‘The Graduates’ with Nick Knight and Simon Foxton

Psssssst... Better set your alarms tomorrow, because we have something super exciting in store, and it's kicking off early. Remember the MA Fashion class...

Lucy in the sky with diamonds – err… Swarovski crystals

If I told you that the starting point of Lucy Frances Offen’s Fashion Print graduation collection was the protocol of royal dress, you’d probably...

Game Changers: Post-Couture invents downloadable clothes

Download a file, buy the fabric, cut the pattern, assemble the piece. Is this what shopping will look like in the future? It will...