Central Saint Martins
The emerging designer making subversive menswear for life in London
From five-to-a-bathroom flatshares to finding yourself and falling in love, Aaron Esh offers a wardrobe for coming of age in the British capital.
3 new fashion magazines and films to know
George Johnson, Yelena Grelet and Sophia Ford-Palmer are all graduates of Central Saint Martin's BA Fashion Journalism course in 2022.
The 10 CSM graduate designers you need to know
With collections exploring everything from techwear to gender expression to QR codes, discover CSM BA Fashion 2022's standout talents.
These CSM graduates are some of tomorrow's brightest fashion creatives
Broaching themes as varied as gay 00s nostalgia, Otherness and what it means to be Latinx, meet the BA Fashion Communication Class of 2021.
Meet ten students from the CSM MA Fashion Class of 2021
These are some of the names to know from the first-ever online exhibition by the London school’s flagship course.
Birkenstocks like you’ve never seen them before
The ubiquitous lockdown sandal gets a radical makeover, courtesy of Central Saint Martins graduates.
The CSM grads shaping the future of fashion image
Exploring themes from decolonialism to grappling with your own mother tongue, discover the pertinent work of CSM's MA Fashion Image Class of 2020.
The creative duo bringing 'lot lizard' culture to East London
Designer Gui Rosa and creative director-photographer Harry Freegard draw inspiration from the sordid underbelly of JT Leroy’s Middle America.
The graduate designer dismantling the stereotypes of knitwear
CSM grad Cecile Tulkens subverts the gendered associations of both tailoring and knitting.
The young designer giving new meaning to ‘trash fashion’
Deadstock McQueen, rocks and Sarah Mower’s repurposed Manolos all form part of Matthew Needham’s CSM MA collection.
Alexander McQueen are donating old fabric to young designers
And you’ll see it on the runway tonight.
The new free beauty newspaper from CSM students
Fashion Journalism students from Central Saint Martins have launched a beauty newspaper that costs nothing and is cliché-free.