Representing the creative future

Scarlett Yang envisions clothes as a circular living system

What does it mean to ditch usual fabrics and invent a new organic matter for clothes?

Fidan Novruzova: The argument for starting your brand back home

Fidan Novruzova: The argument for starting your brand back home

Speaking to us from Moldova, the CSM graduate spills the beans about working away from London

Apr 19, 2021

Thierry Rondenet wants fashion students to deconstruct clichés

The MA menswear director at IFM asks his students to rethink dogmas ‒ but makes sure they have fun in the process

Apr 15, 2021

Dominic Huckbody: “We all love a show, don’t we?”

What happens when a graduate show is abruptly cancelled?

Menswear designer Ben Osborn on following his own pace

The Royal College of Art graduate shares the organic process of starting his brand

Apr 14, 2021

Five Independent Jewellery Designers to Discover

A hand-picked selection of the most exciting jewellers to support

Apr 13, 2021

‘30 jeans 30 days’: Alexandra Armata unveils her quarantine project

‘Quaranjean’, the latest project of CSM graduate Alexandra Armata highlights the power of denim and its endless interpretations

Apr 12, 2021

The vicious cycle of creative perfectionism

Harmful self-doubt or critical acclaim? Creative perfectionism is a ridge walk between extremes

Apr 9, 2021

Goom Heo on preparing for the unknown as a young brand

The South-Korean designer talks authenticity and the challenges that emerge with a prolonged pandemic in the time of Brexit

Apr 7, 2021

Anne Isabella: Starting a brand with a clean conscience

Discover the inner workings behind the Berlin-based emerging label

Apr 6, 2021

Katya Zelentsova on excessive knitwear and two-week trainrides

Embarking on a proverbial train journey to self-discovery, the London-based designer revisits her native Russia

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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