Central Saint Martins, London, over the past decades has been the cradle of some of the most outstanding designers in the fashion panorana (Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and many others) and according to The Business of Fashion, the influential online magazine, it is the best fashion school in the world.
Every year the fashion system looks at the CSM runway to see how the upcoming generation of designers is working to break the boundaries of our contemporary aesthetics.
Among the 16 graduating students, here’s the best ones
Student of knitwear at CSM presented a refined collection featuring long black skirts, wide blouses and cardigans.
The Fall-Winter ’17 by Walters is a gender-neutral collection, with incredible details and an effortless silhouette.
The inspiration for his Fall-Winter ’17 collection, named Inferno, came from the French movie “L’Enfer”, 1964, by Henri-Georges Clouzot. Colorful and a patchwork of fabrics, from plastic elements to chiffon.
The topics of recyling and gender were the main points behind Robert Sanders Fall-Winter ’17 collection. Drapings and fluid shapes.