Cyril Bourez is a 3rd year Bachelor student at La Cambre (Brussels). His menswear collection titled “Je retiens un”presents a boy who chose sensuality to overcome the cold and mathematical world he lives in.
Clement Grangier is a 3rd year Bachelor student at La Cambre (Brussels). His menswear collection is about reconstruction in clothes, about that moment when you don’t know if the garment is in construction or deconstruction.
Alix Brandenbourger is a Master student at La Cambre (Brussels). Her collection takes inspiration from American cheerleaders and the universe of punks/skinheads photographed by Derek Ridgers, all mixed with his own memories of adolescence.
Acknowledged as one of the top fashion schools in the world, Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts, whose fashion department is led by charismatic Walter Van Beirendonck, lived up to its reputation last weekend, putting on an energetic, bold and inspiring show, full of directional ideas and strong points of view.
Nufferton is a pyjama label – the first in its category that hasn’t been designed specifically to make you look ridiculous – and was launched in June 2016.
Pawfan Phuangthep, an student from IED Barcelona, surprises us today with his own label “Pafan”, which is also his Graduation collection. Fucking Young! Online presents an editorial captured by Javier Castán feat. Nikita and Marti M. at View Management.
Emma Brie, student at the Kingston University, presents her Graduate collection titled “UNIVERSAL SOLDIER“.
The University of Westminster’s class of 2016 kicked off the graduate fashion show season with a vibrant and eclectic runway show held at P3 in Central London.
MinSu Kim recently graduated from Parsons the New School for Design majoring in menswear.
With Letschin Two the Berlin-based label Case Studies resumes where their first collection left off, and enriches the immersive gradients with new spherical shapes and an advanced range of colours.
Madison Li recently graduated BFA Fashion Design at Parsons the New School for Design as a Designer of the Year 2016 Menswear finalist.
Natasha Nadya is currently working on her Diploma in Fashion Design at NAFA (Singapore). For her latest collection the designer was inspired by the different types of sushi, one of her favourite foods.
With his graduate collection titled “NO PAY? NO INTERN! NO FASHION!”, the designer wants to speak up against the social injustice of unpaid internships.
Archivio is a multidisciplinary creative team. The brand represents a unique intersection between art and fashion.
For this collection, Emilie Thirion was inspired by a big child who’s totally rejecting his adulthood.
Using singers and mobile stage trucks as the creative inspiration, this collection by ANGUS CHIANG combines the characteristics in stage truck’s setting, lighting, sound, and singers’ costumes.
LCF graduate designer Kexin Zhang unveiled the lookbook of his Fall/Winter 2016 “SKIN” collection, photographed by Eliška Kyselková.
Central Saint Martins’ student Alexandre Arsenault unveiled the lookbook for his Graduate Collection, featuring Andrew Saunders, Sebastian Hardy, Ellen Rose and Lachlan Mackie photographed by Stephanie Wilson.
DAN&SHAN is a London based menswear design studio. Shan and Dan discovered that they shared the same aesthetic whilst studying fashion together at Central Saint Martins.