2013 ➤ Buzzing, bonkers and bold – the CSM degree show in pictures

Nathaniel Lyles: a prism of enamelled copper wires in crazy colours

Nathaniel Lyles: a prism of enamelled copper wires in crazy colours


➢ On the college blog of Central Saint Martins Derek Cheng reports on this week’s fashion spectacle at the King’s Cross Campus
We saw a new wave of fashion hopefuls showcasing their graduation collections right at the entrance of Central Saint Martins’ new base. These students have experienced both the historic Charing Cross building and the current contemporary landmark in King’s Cross. From these collections, we saw promises, fresh ideas and of course blood and sweat. It’s clear that these students are still embracing the spirit and tradition of CSM: be rebellious, be different and be yourself!

40 carefully selected fashion design students from five different pathways — womenswear, menswear, knitwear, fashion design with marketing and print — provide us with a wide range of exciting and, for many, shocking concepts. As highlights from the show, we present 13 outstanding collections… / Full commentary and many more pix on the CSM blog

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➢ Grazia Daily – “Two things we learnt … 1, Clubbing is coming back. Like, proper clubbing … 2, Womenswear and menswear are increasingly interchangeable”

➢ Telegraph online – “A strong performance from fashion design’s latest hopefuls”

➢ Vogue online – “One of its key themes was hand-craftsmanship, ensembles that were underpinned by nostalgia, making do and mending”

➢ Dazed Digital – “Fish bags, plastic bottle shoes and plasterwork tiaras from the brave and the bold”

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