To the small town kids looking to find their place in the world, let designer and Central Saint Martins student Edwin Mohney remind you of the possibilities that await in the capital.
You might not know their names now, but these graduates from the Central Saint Martins’ Fashion Communication course will change the fashion industry landscape.
After being diagnosed with a dissociative disorder last year, the CSM BA Fine Art student has creatively and academically explored mental health issues.
His anti-Brexit graduate collection turned heads last year. Now, with a general election looming, and a right-wing government ever likely, we need designers like Philip Ellis more than ever.
Join us as we delve into the wonderful world of one of the most exciting names on London Fashion Week’s roster.
Strange To Meet You is the debut book by Central Saint Martins grad Sam Khoury, an intimate investigation of the photographer's life.
Campbell Addy (photographer), Ibrahim Kamara (stylist), King James Owusu (illustrator) and Harry Evans (designer) are four of the brightest stars to spring from Saint Martins and the next in line to fashion’s throne.
While Japan has produced some of fashion’s most breathtaking designers, recently there have been few notable exports. To remedy this, a new school in Tokyo is tearing up the rulebook on traditional Japanese fashion education, with surprising results…
As London Fashion Week kicked off, the capital's bright young designers captured the spirit of the times.
Central Saint Martin's MA show kicked off London's women's shows on Friday night.
Expanding its borders to incorporate three more major art schools, 1 Granary’s latest issue sets its sights on unifying international creativity and supporting the next generation of artists and designers.
Shrimps, Marta Jakubowski, Faustine Steinmetz, Molly Goddard and more have sent a letter in collaboration with PETA urging fashion students to avoid the bribes of the fur industry and create cruelty-free collections.
For anyone anxiously preparing for their first class or daydreaming about a creative career change, these insights and pearls of wisdom could make all the difference in ensuring that your degree counts.