August 3, 2020

While knockoffs are illegal in the eyes of the Guatemalan government, they are fully accepted by the locals. They are inferior in quality and pricing to the originals. Everyone knows they’re knockoffs. It’s clearly visible. This, however, doesn’t matter in Guatemala be...

July 8, 2020

The British Fashion Council has transformed the iconic London Fashion Week into a digital platform. Hill & Friends – a British luxury accessories brand by Emma Hill and Georgia Fendley – has adapted by showcasing their AW20 collection as a virtual presentation called ‘...

June 3, 2020

A self-proclaimed 'Syrian spice'—fashion designer Lorin Mai—doesn't only have good taste in metaphors but also has an understanding of how influential a sense of national belonging can be. Being half Russian, half Syrian Kurdish, she is a child of two cultu...

November 11, 2019

On a wet, chilly night in Kew Gardens, listeners eagerly attended Kingston University professor Jane Pavitt’s talk on fashion and design in the Cold War.

November 2, 2019

If you've noticed an abundance of shirring and over-sized puffed sleeves crowding your Instagram feed, you've likely come across Olivia Rose The Label.

October 11, 2019

Kultrab, a Russian oppositional brand, carries a burden of merging fashion and politics. It transformed ordinary clothes release into a political statement in the summer of political climate as Putin's coldness changed to the opposition's heat.

June 27, 2019

Become acquainted with the three new names in the global fashion arena – Amari Carter, Katya Zelentsova, and Kitty Shukman.

June 14, 2019

6th April 2019 - 16th February 2020

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Students: £10

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Mary Quant is undeniably one of the most high-profile British fashion designers of the 1960s. Although Quant was not the first one to raise hemlines, she popularised miniskirts epitomising...

May 8, 2019

Designer Annaïss Yucra Mancilla reflects Peru’s social issues through clothes. Her new collection focuses on the issue of femicides. Fluffy textures, layered stylisation of illustration, piercing audio, interaction with body and space, bright colours and natural lines...

March 23, 2019

With the audience’s funky flares and baggy tees and free Red Stripes readily being handed around, Camberwell College of Arts’ fashion show had an undeniably cool atmosphere before it even commenced. The show, defined as ‘Graphics meets fashion’, effortlessly described...

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