02 Jul 2019

Fashion Journalism

Steve Salter: Always A Fan, Never a Critic

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.

24 Jun 2019

Fashion Educators

Priska Morger, Institute of Fashion Design Basel

"There should be less design, but better design."

05 Jun 2019


Learning to Live on a Sinking Ship

This is the story of being in fashion while battling serious depression.

13 Dec 2018

Fashion Educators

San Francisco's Simon Ungless

“Do you have a sex tape? Otherwise, I suggest you start designing.”

25 May 2018

How to

Build An Independent Fashion Brand

Ahead of tomorrow's festival, the Bridge Co. founder Katie Rose gives young designers advice on where to start.

29 Oct 2017

Fashion Educators

Fleet Bigwood

"Trends to me are things that other people make up."

03 Jul 2017

Business Insiders

Jenny Meirens

Business and creativity merged with Jenny Meirens

23 Feb 2016

Graduate Shows

Central Saint Martins MA Fashion 2016



14th July


We look for people who are happy to help us to manage the Graduate Showroom.

The work will be diverse, from everyday activities in the showroom, which includes physically managing garments and looks, involves a great deal of emailing, calling, scheduling, paperwork, as well as directly communicating with the designers and stylists and assisting the creative team with the production of shoots.

It is an amazing opportunity for someone who would like to experience how a PR company works from the inside, make essential industry contacts and grow your professional network, meet many exciting emerging designers, who can get you invaluable information about the realities of starting your own business, and give you skills for setting up a label.


We manage collections with one-off pieces that can be considered art, and this requires a huge deal of maturity and accuracy.We look for current students and graduates from CSM and RCA who are keen to get work experience in fashion, who are quick, smart and passionate, but are also meticulous and responsible.

1 Granary is primarily a team — we often stay until late and work on the weekends. This is the way we like it and we always enjoy a good laugh, drinks and dancing. (Disclosure: You will likely need to pass a dance test.) Therefore, we are looking for people who can become part of the family.


If the above sounds like your cattle of fish, please send us a short cover letter and your CV to showroom@1granary.com. It should include an introduction about yourself, stating what you would like to learn and why you want to join our team. We look forward to meeting you!