Representing the creative future

HODAKOVA: The suit deconstructor that makes upcycling wearable

Ellen Hodakova Larsson persists on looking at the fun part of fashion

Feb 10, 2021

The Prada FW 21 Livestream through the eyes of the students

How was interviewing Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons and what did we learn from the Prada student Livestream?

Jan 18, 2021

Chopova Lowena and the reality of owning a brand

Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena sit with their former intern Alexandra Armata and talk frankly about the realities of owning a business

Dec 13, 2020

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ELLISS: Running an emerging sustainable business in 2020

Elliss Solomon talks about making a collection about the outdoors when everyone is indoors, and how it is to run a brand with a strict environmental ethic

Sep 17, 2020

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Duran Lantink shoplifts H&M and Zara to create political clothes

The Dutch designer speaks out on the flaws of the fashion industry and actively works towards creating a more moral system

Jun 23, 2020

Lutz Huelle: The punk nature of less

The Parisian designer thinks that making fashion simpler is the only rational response to the pandemic

May 8, 2020

Milka Seppänen: “The capacity to adapt is this generation’s biggest asset”

The Aalto graduate on making fashion that is personal, punk and proud to be sustainable

Apr 20, 2020

Zille-e-huma Maqbool presents Pakistani embellishments on Americana silhouettes

The Parsons MFA graduate on learning about Vogue and balancing two cultures

Apr 9, 2020

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

Apr 3, 2020

Fumika Oshima: “Being limited makes you more creative”

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

Apr 1, 2020

1 Granary

Magazine Issue 6

With unprecedented honesty and depth, 1 Granary Issue 6 dives into the work and lives of fashion designers today. As a response to the construction of desire and personality cults that govern our industry, the magazine steps away from the conventional profiles and editorials, focussing instead on raw work and anonymous, unfiltered testimonies. For the first time ever, readers are given a truthful insight into the process, dreams, fears, hardships, and struggles of today’s creatives.

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