Meet eight students from the RCA’s MA Fashion Class of 2020
With the London art and design school’s digital graduate platform opening today, these are some of the bright fashion talents who brought their ideas to life in the middle of a pandemic.
How London’s fashion students are reacting to the coronavirus crisis
With schools shutting down and graduate shows cancelled, we spoke to final year students across the city’s schools to hear how they’re coping.
This designer is bringing Puerto Rico to life on the catwalk
Krystal Paniagua is on a mission to celebrate her homeland and change the way Puerto Ricans think of fashion.
Meet the young designer dismantling Brazilian body standards
Royal College of Art graduate Karoline Vitto celebrates the curves and rolls we typically try to hide.
The designer making Halloween-inspired clothing all year round
Fabian Kis-Juhasz’s takes a slow, artisanal approach to her spooky, self-aware feminine designs.
designer sinéad o’dwyer is critiquing of the homogeneity of model bodies
The next in a series of pieces profiling the young design talent presented in 1 Granary’s second VOID exhibition, we meet Sinéad O’Dwyer, a young designer queering fashion’s formal boundaries.
this pioneering bio-tech designer is turning sweat into fashion
As recent RCA graduate Alice Potts begins her one-year residency at the Athens-based Onassis Foundation, prepare to rethink body fluids.
what makes a good student?
From Walter van Beirendonck to Fabio Piras, course leaders from 10 of the world’s top fashion courses answer the question.
this designer questions what 'measurements' really mean
Sinead O'Dwyer's fiberglass shell moulds are inspired by the female form.
space cowboys, sweat crystals and everything we loved about the RCA fashion show
Buckle up: the next gen of RCA grads are making some of the strangest and smartest fashions you’ll ever find.
bianca saunders explores black male identity and stereotypes of masculinity
Meet London’s next great menswear talent.
5 of the world’s most exciting fashion graduates launch their first commercial collections
As MACHINE-A and VOID present The Graduate Project, its bright young design talents share their tips for the next generation of fashion students.