FASHION AND TEXTILES BY RECENTLY GRADUATED DESIGNERS FROM UK ART SCHOOLS FOR THE Â STYLE CONSCIOUS INDIVIDUAL. SUIS GENERIS; OF IT'S OWN KIND.
On Berlin Music TV, Kate Nash wears Why So Serious, the label designed and produced by one of our graduates, Teri-Leigh
London College of Fashion graduate Zhou Yue presents her A/W13-14 collection digitally with an intimate, luxurious film preview.
We absolutely recommend reading ‘Risk Society’ by German sociologists Ulrich Beck and Anthony Giddens. The following series of works are presented by Forlane 6 Studio, comprising the artistic duo Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez. As discussed in ‘Risk Society’, and in realising that natural disaster is now a manufactured risk somewhat controlled by human […]
Why So Serious? is based on culture and politics from around the world and founder, Terri Leigh, talks about everything from this to what the future holds for this fast-emerging brand. The current collection stocked on Perry Nelvill is based on the Haitian Revolution, and so Why So Serious? donates a percentage of every sale to the Haiti Fund.
A delight in it’s bold simplicity of form and colour, Roseberry explores paint through the language of imagery to create bold, graphic aesthetics and suggestive surreal narratives.
Artistically ardent, Be There Nowhere display an upbeat blend of melodic popular rock with distorted guitar riffs, swishing percussion and expressive vocals. Rising from Denmark, the boys have been gigging it hard around Denmark and Northern Europe for the past couple of years building a strong following.
Moving past the confines of our own relative reality, Webb’s nomadic practice explores the potential that exists within disremembered spaces. Using space as a metaphor to highlight questions within our individual existence, Webb sees spaces as possessing human characteristics and explores these anthropomorphic qualities through abstract forms and sensory-based installations. Within the gallery situation, […]
Pauline Nadal graduated from Central St. Martin’s College of Art & Design with a BA(hons) Fine Art in 2013. Nadal’s practice reflects a performative and sculptural making process. Performative, because of the mise-en-scene of the body added to the ephemeral feature of the action and sculptural, because of the smoke and its consistency […]
Is it the subject or the handling of the paint that makes a painting attractive? Cullens work challenges the fragile boundary between abstraction and representation, deconstructing the female portrait and exploring the potential of mark making, colour, and paint handling as subject matter as important as the face it represents. Working with a mixture of […]