Sarah Aphrodite is taking things slow, really slow

Taking her cues from centuries-old costumes, Sarah is trying to pin down the key to creating classics that stand the test of time

Fumika Oshima: “Being limited makes you more creative”

The CSM graduate shares her thoughts on finding new aesthetics outside of your old routines

Jude Ferrari: “Planning a show is like doing a bar mitzvah, sweet sixteen and wedding at the same time”

Having lost her job and relocated to her parents’ house because of coronavirus, CSM graduate Jude Ferrari is pinning her hopes on building her own brand

Josephine Sidhu: Post-graduation growing pains

The CSM menswear graduate on childhood memories, see-through swimming costumes and adjusting to life outside the art school bubble while under lockdown.

There’s no pattern for a pandemic: fashion during coronavirus

We asked fashion creatives how the pandemic is affecting them, from cancelled jobs and calls for self-improvement to cries for help and compassion.

Rory Parnell Mooney: “Hopefully we can learn to slow down”

In the midst of a pandemic, Rory shares his tips for working in isolation, adapting to a slower pace, and how he is helping fashion students during quarantine

Timothée Gleize: Fashion + technology = sustainability

This RCA graduate designer is making technology humane with his virtual reality creations

Studio sounds: Goom Heo

Korean designer Goom Heo shares her studio playlist in advance of her AW20 Fashion East debut

Arnar Már Jónsson and Luke Stevens: Getting better every day

The designer duo are swapping seasonality and newness for continuity and refinement

Sustainability is a mindset

Bibi Blangsted on why she makes shirts that are made to last and don't cost the earth.

Edwin Mohney: Buffalo's Master of Many Ceremonies

18 months on from his bold MA presentation, the CSM graduate discusses his NYFW debut, his post-graduation experience in costume design, and life back in upstate New York.

Heikki Salonen: Fashion as a service to fabric

The RCA alum talks Fashion East, letting your materials drive your process, and why today’s designers need to be more than just that.