Fashion is too often limited, conventional and controlled.
But sometimes it is unlimited, creative and in a state of rapture. I wish it always were like that.
Please tell us about your collection.
How did you end up at CSM’s MA course?
I did my BA at Central Saint Martins and applied to the MA straight after. I have always admired the work from the MA and wanted to push my ideas further and see what I could achieve.
Did you always wanted to do fashion design?
Tell us about your time on MA. What was the most fun and what was the most difficult?
I loved the challenges, to push it further. It’s never good enough. You can always do it better. And I suppose that is the most difficult as well.
In your opinion, what skills you need to be fit for MA: technical, pattern cutting, organizational, thick skin or easy attitude?
It’s a benefit if you are good at pattern cutting of course. It’s always good to be organized but in the end it’s all about your ideas and how to realize them. Even if you have a lot of skills you will be turned upside down and inside out anyway. But that’s what’s interesting and what you’ll learn from.
What is the most valuable lesson you learnt from Louise Wilson?
Don’t be afraid to fail. Have fun. Do what you are good at. Never stop working, push it further.
What would you recommend to BA students who wants to apply for MA course?
Did you do any internships or work in the industry before?
Yes, I did internships at Ann-Sofie Back and Marios Schwab.
Would you like to start up your own label or would you prefer to work for another company ?
At some point I would like to start up my own label but wouldn’t mind working for another company at the moment.
What’s for the future?
Continue with what I do and do it more.
Do visit Sabina’s website http://sabinabryntesson.com/ and check her BA graduate collection, it is worth to look at.