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
Award-winning fashion label PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi challenged 30 Central Saint Martins Foundation Fashion Communication students to design multi-platform campaigns in response to their 2016 Spring/Summer collection. Continue reading
In 2016, Italian paper manufacturer Fabriano challenged Central Saint Martins Foundation students studying Graphic Communication Design to create illustrations responding to the theme of ‘Made In Italy’. Continue reading
Congratulations to Chloe Jiang, the CSM winner of the London/Paris: Inhabit project, an annual collaborative project between Central Saint Martins and The Paris College of Art Foundation programmes resulting in dual international exhibitions showcasing the work created.
Five students from Foundation Diploma in Art and Design were recently commissioned to help create a series of paintings for the Roksanda AW16 fashion show.
A Central Saint Martins alumnus, Roksanda Ilincic graduated with a masters degree in Womenswear in 1999. Two years later she launched her eponymous label, and has been showing her collections on the London Fashion Week schedule since 2005.
Two celebrated arts institutions in two international cities brought together by a point of departure, their respective Eurostar stations. Students studying Foundation in Art and Design at both Central Saint Martins in London and The Paris College of Art collaborated to answer the question:
What defines who I am, where I am right now? Continue reading
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…
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