The D/ARK showroom founder discusses the importance of good behaviour, why young designers shouldn’t be given too much at once, and why greater importance should be placed on keeping things slow.
Another buzzword bites the dust
From avatars and AR changing rooms to e-sports couture and eco-conscious analytics, how could technology shape the future of fashion?
Parsons MFA graduate Aideen Gaynor discusses ‘Bugs Garson’, her alias-designed collection that brings her grandparents’ love letters to life.
Bibi Blangsted on why she makes shirts that are made to last and don't cost the earth.
Meet the RCA graduate making garments that document the beautiful imperfections of life in her homeland.
Anonymous Instagram accounts like Diet Prada have more followers than ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar, but none of the accountability. What does the rise of anonymous commentators mean for the fashion industry?
How well do creative courses prepare students for the reality of post-graduate life? The CSM BA Womenswear class of 2018 share their thoughts.
Extinction Rebellion’s call to cancel London Fashion Week was met with raucous resistance. But what would cancelling fashion week actually mean? And what other solutions are out there?
Professional commentators, fashion students and members of the public reflect on six defining shows from London Fashion Week
Recent graduates share their true thoughts on London Fashion Week. Is the system broken?
Higher Studio founder Sara Arnold discusses Extinction Rebellion, circular economies in fashion, and the key role fashion students have to play in the fight to save the planet.