Posts Tagged: Central St Martin’s

Leading fashion educators speak out on remote education Part 2

Following on from Part 1 which covered the chaos of shutting down their schools, faculty mobilization, and the challenges of teaching student scattered across the globe via Zoom, these three educators from top fashion schools discuss in this second part juicy

Leading fashion educators speak out on remote education Part 2

Following on from Part 1 which covered the chaos of shutting down their schools, faculty mobilization, and the challenges of teaching student scattered across the globe via Zoom, these three educators from top fashion schools discuss in this second part juicy

Leading fashion educators speak out on remote teaching Part 1

It was the semester to end all semesters. But the dust has finally settled and now the fashion professors are opening up for an in-depth report on the experience of remote teaching, the glitches, and high jinx, what teaching in

Leading fashion educators speak out on remote teaching Part 1

It was the semester to end all semesters. But the dust has finally settled and now the fashion professors are opening up for an in-depth report on the experience of remote teaching, the glitches, and high jinx, what teaching in

Calling All Fashion Students; How to Make it as a Designer

Fashion United is dedicating the month of August to spotlighting people who work within the fashion industry. In this article I address those who hope to work within it. I’ve squeezed my drain dry of what I consider the best advice

Calling All Fashion Students; How to Make it as a Designer

Fashion United is dedicating the month of August to spotlighting people who work within the fashion industry. In this article I address those who hope to work within it. I’ve squeezed my drain dry of what I consider the best advice

London on a Whim

I was missing it severely. So while home for New Year, I hopped on a cheapo Ryanair flight and reacquainted myself with some old haunts and favorite spots. Some things stay the same (my favorite vintage store is still there,

London on a Whim

I was missing it severely. So while home for New Year, I hopped on a cheapo Ryanair flight and reacquainted myself with some old haunts and favorite spots. Some things stay the same (my favorite vintage store is still there,

The Fashion Designer’s Portfolio

My latest article for Fashion United talks about that book of dreams all fashion students agonize over. After 15+ years and counting, mine can still pose me some challenges in this ever-changing industry…The all-important fashion portfolio… The Graduate Portfolio as

The Fashion Designer’s Portfolio

My latest article for Fashion United talks about that book of dreams all fashion students agonize over. After 15+ years and counting, mine can still pose me some challenges in this ever-changing industry…The all-important fashion portfolio… The Graduate Portfolio as

Degrees of Separation

My latest article for FashionUnited.com: If over the past three decades car prices had gone up as fast as tuition, the average new car would cost more than 80,000 dollars, reported The New York Times this week. More than 70

Degrees of Separation

My latest article for FashionUnited.com: If over the past three decades car prices had gone up as fast as tuition, the average new car would cost more than 80,000 dollars, reported The New York Times this week. More than 70

With a Rebel Yell, She Cries “More, More, More!”

I was moved to write about my ongoing relationship with Louise Wilson from beyond the grave for my latest article on FashionUnited… On the tail end of Louise Wilson’s Memorial I find myself reflecting on those years in the late

With a Rebel Yell, She Cries “More, More, More!”

I was moved to write about my ongoing relationship with Louise Wilson from beyond the grave for my latest article on FashionUnited… On the tail end of Louise Wilson’s Memorial I find myself reflecting on those years in the late