Central Saint Martins Foundation students studying Fashion and Textiles collaborated recently with Alexander McQueen to address issues around sustainability in the fashion industry. Continue reading
If you have to wear it, wear it well.
CSM Foundation Fashion and Textiles students were challenged to redesign the lanyard, an inherently undesirable and function led object, into something enjoyable to wear, or not.
We caught up with James Sutherland to talk Victoria photography, McQueen and his future plans. Continue reading
Last Sunday Granary Square was host to ‘Draw the World’, a day of illustration as part of The Big Draw, the world’s largest drawing festival.
Visitors gathered to take part in events ranging from an impressive attempt to draw the world using mobile phones and a drone to an illustration seance, designing emojis and drawing classes in the Crossing.
Last year Fred Perry teamed up with 150 Foundation Fashion & Textiles students at Central Saint Martins and the Amy Winehouse Foundation for a subculture-themed design project and the winning designs are now available worldwide…
Students on our Foundation Fashion Communication course took part in a ten-day live project with award-winning womenswear designer Phoebe English. An alumna from Central Saint Martins’ MA Fashion course, Phoebe had already won the L’Oreal Professional Creative Award, the Ungaro Bursary and the Chloe Award by the time she graduated.Known for her precise and uncompromising garments, Phoebe is now supported by the Centre for Fashion Enterprise and is stocked across the UK, Asia and the USA. In January, she was included in the Forbes’30 under 30’ art and style category.
Fred Perry teamed up with the Central Saint Martins Foundation Course and the Amy Winehouse Foundation for a subculture-themed design project, run over two weeks.
150 students on the fashion and textiles pathway were invited to create their versions of both the classic Fred Perry polo shirt and the Amy Winehouse Foundation Collection Bowling Shirt. The final designs will sit alongside a capsule collection of pieces designed in-house to complement the shirts. Continue reading