Fashion Weeks are done and dusted, and in case you haven’t heard (-and why haven’t you?), we’re looking back at our season favourites- with a Central Saint Martins bias- through the eyes of CSM graduate and illustrator, Yingqi Wang.


We’ve also plucked at the sentiments of the season’s most engaging reviews, and featured them with Yingqi’s art. Today, it’s can’t-put-a-foot-wrong-Philo through the eyes of critic, Jo-Ann Furniss (she’s ace. Just read her Comme des Garçon reviews).
“The feeling was bold, bold as Brassaï”, or at least spoke “lots and lots of feelings” in the Language of the Wall, a vernacular we guess you could credit to the Hungarian photographer.

Speaking of walls and feelings, don’t make us feel like we’re bashing our head against one, and let us know what you think in the comments.

Also, keep an eye out for more of Yingqi’s post-Fashion Week illustrations, and check out her other work here.

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