The Aalto graduate on her love of Finnish painter Helene Schjerfbeck, showing her collection at London’s Royal Academy of Arts, and why she thinks there’s room in the industry for everyone.
SSAW magazine Editor-in-Chief Chris Vidal discusses why biannuals are the future of fashion print, the relevance of fashion education, and why he still finds Instagram a little bit scary.
Meet the Spanish designer hopping between London, Paris and Madrid a year on from graduating from CSM
The former RCA student talks femininity, Fashion Week and the fickle reality of success.
WWD’s London/China Market Editor discusses the virtues of learning on the job rather than the classroom, the cultural ignorance around China in fashion, and why you need to be able to tell WeChat from Weibo.
The RCA alum talks Fashion East, letting your materials drive your process, and why today’s designers need to be more than just that.
Meet the RCA graduate exploring the marriage of slick formality and cushioned comfort.
"There should be less design, but better design."
OTB Prize winner and Parsons graduate Annaliese Griffith-Jones discusses designing with an imagined past in mind, why she doesn’t toile, and her approach to the sustainability issue.
A decade after graduating from CSM, the Irish designer shares a few pearls of wisdom at The Sarabande Foundation
i-D's Fashion Features Editor discusses how social media has changed fashion journalism, navigating mental health as a writer, and just what he's looking for in a pitch.
Photographer Heather Glazzard's series explores queer identity, visibility and community.