I have written for 1 Granary (a magazine supporting emerging designers and creatives) since early 2019, acting as junior editor from October 2019 to April 2020. As well as interviewing creatives and writing features during that time, I commissioned and edited all digital content, contributed social media content, and wrote press releases for designers affiliated with the 1 Granary showroom. For the sixth print issue, I interviewed Christopher Kane, Caroline Hu, Goom Heo, Pauline de Blonay, Stephanie Frig, Sergiy Grechyshkin and Eftychia.
Sarah Aphrodite is taking things slow, really slow
Taking her cues from centuries-old costumes, Sarah is trying to pin down the key to creating classics that stand the test of time.
Fumika Oshima: “Being limited makes you more creative”
The CSM graduate shares her thoughts on finding new aesthetics outside of your old routines.
There’s no pattern for a pandemic: fashion during coronavirus
We asked fashion creatives how the pandemic is affecting them, from cancelled jobs and calls for self-improvement to cries for help and compassion.
Clare Press: Wardrobe Crisis
Vogue Australia’s Sustainability Editor on climate-conscious fashion journalism.
JETPACK hom(m)e: Made in LA, marketed in Paris
Designer Ryan Morar on making an impact from the outskirts of fashion.
How Sydney Pimbley won the LVMH scholarship and started her own brand
The CSM graduate stitching stolen wool into her brand identity shares the process behind the prize.
Embodying universal bodies: Parsons MFA leaders Shelley Fox and JOFF are intent on training inclusive designers. Here’s how.
Libby Jane Page: “A signature DNA and a strong brand identity are the keys to success”
Net-a-Porter’s Senior Fashion Market Editor on the scouting process and why buying and editorial teams work best in tandem.
@skipdin’s fashion week survival guide
An exclusive glimpse inside the award-wanting fashion satirist’s debut print publication.
Roger Tredre: The great fashion designers
Who made the cut and why?
Studio sounds: Goom Heo
Korean designer Goom Heo shares her studio playlist in advance of her AW20 Fashion East debut.
Ice Ice Baby Spice: 3D fashion gets a meme-worthy makeover
Digital fashion filmmaker Agusta Yr on Iceland, Internet culture and her new collaboration with No Agency New York and 1 Granary Showroom.
“Fashion is a tool for hope”
In 2018, Moscow-based designer Tigran Avetisyan took six months out to reset and refresh. Since then, he’s swapped trends and negativity for timelessness and wonder.
Arnar Már Jónsson and Luke Stevens: Getting better every day
The designer duo are swapping seasonality and newness for continuity and refinement.
“She’s just a fashion journalist, what does she know?”
The New York Times journalist Elizabeth Paton makes a compelling case for critical fashion journalism in the era of Fake News and fast fashion.
Graeme Raeburn: “Nothing you make is ever completely sustainable”
Christopher Raeburn’s performance director (and brother) shares his guide to building a brand based on prosperity.
Polly Brown: “I work best when I’m bored”
Photographer Polly Brown explores the damaging role of airport security in her upcoming exhibition, Airportals.
Imagining a digital fashion week
From avatars and AR changing rooms to e-sports couture and eco-conscious analytics, how could technology shape the future of fashion?
Fashion finstas or worthwhile watchdogs?
Anonymous Instagram accounts like Diet Prada have more followers than ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar, but none of the accountability. What does the rise of anonymous commentators mean for the fashion industry?
One year out
How well do creative courses prepare students for the reality of post-graduate life? The CSM BA Womenswear class of 2018 share their thoughts.
No fashion (week) on a dead planet
Extinction Rebellion’s call to cancel London Fashion Week was met with raucous resistance. But what would cancelling fashion week actually mean? And what other solutions are out there?
The State of London Fashion Week
Recent graduates share their true thoughts on London Fashion Week. Is the system broken?
Ahead of the Parsons MFA show, 10 alumni share their advice for the graduating class of 2019.
Fabian Kis-Juhasz and her devilish damsels
The former RCA student talks femininity, fashion week and the fickle reality of success.
Simone Rocha: Family and femininity
A decade after graduating from CSM, the Irish designer shares a few pearls of wisdom at the Sarabande Foundation.
Steve Salter: Always a fan, never a critic
i-D’s fashion features director discusses how social media has changed fashion journalism, navigating mental health as a writer, and just what he’s looking for in a pitch.
Photographer Heather Glazzard’s series explores queer identity, visibility and community.
Fran Burns and The Sustainable Angle share their tips for sustainably minded stylists.