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CENTRAL SAINT MARTIN

 

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BA (HONS) FASHION: FASHION DESIGN WOMENSWEAR

 

Recognition of this diversity and cultural meaning is central to the degree course’s rationale and structure. By helping you develop appropriate intellectual and practical skills, BA Fashion enables you to benefit from such diversity and to rise to the challenges it presents.

This course is part of the Fashion programme. The degree course’s philosophy is to create a learning environment in which innovation and originality are nurtured within a range of different but closely related pathways. We aim to produce versatile fashion specialists able to solve problems creatively while drawing on a deep knowledge of their chosen fields and a critical understanding of the social, economic and cultural factors influencing their professional environment.

BA Fashion offers a choice of five named pathways (identified by separate UCAS codes). With the study of fashion as their core subject, these options represent a uniquely synergistic combination of fashion design, historical studies and theoretical studies led by tutors who are expert practitioners. The pathway range allows you to study a specific area of fashion practice in depth, embracing different approaches to the subject and a range of creative opportunities within the industry.

The BA Fashion curriculum is flexible, providing excellent scope for networking with the fashion industry. Active learning through project-based enquiry is a cornerstone. You’ll do collaborative projects that involve working together in mixed pathway groups or with external professionals and sponsors (e.g. L’Oreal Professionel, Christian Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Liberty, Moda Fashion Paul Smith, Victoria and Albert Museum). This promotes interdisciplinary peer learning. It helps you develop the ability to work with others, the capacity for independent learning, and greater awareness of the skills you’ll need to further your career. Visiting lecturers include Craig Green, Peter Jensen, Wakako Kishimoto, Palmer Harding, Grayson Perry, Mark Fast, Emma Cooke, Imran Ahmed and Jean-Pierre Braganza.

Length of study for all design pathways is three or four years. You can apply to interrupt your degree course after two years full time study to do a period of work placement (subject to academic approval). If you meet the approved requirements of this work placement period you’ll qualify additionally for the Diploma in Professional Studies.

The BA Fashion curriculum is flexible, providing excellent scope for networking with the fashion industry. Active learning through project-based enquiry is a cornerstone. You’ll do collaborative projects that involve working together in mixed pathway groups or with external professionals and sponsors (e.g. L’Oreal Professionel, Christian Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Liberty, Moda Fashion Paul Smith, Victoria and Albert Museum). This promotes interdisciplinary peer learning. It helps you develop the ability to work with others, the capacity for independent learning, and greater awareness of the skills you’ll need to further your career. Visiting lecturers include Craig Green, Peter Jensen, Wakako Kishimoto, Palmer Harding, Grayson Perry, Mark Fast, Emma Cooke, Imran Ahmed and Jean-Pierre Braganza.

Length of study for all design pathways is three or four years. You can apply to interrupt your degree course after two years full time study to do a period of work placement (subject to academic approval). If you meet the approved requirements of this work placement period you’ll qualify additionally for the Diploma in Professional Studies.

BA Fashion runs for 90 weeks full time over three years, and is divided into three Levels, (or Stages) each lasting 30 weeks. The whole degree course is credit-rated at 360 credits, with 120 credits at each Level.
Under the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications the Levels for a BA are: Level 4 (which is stage 1 of the course), Level 5 (Stage 2) and Level 6 (Stage 3).

There’s a progression point at the end of each Level and, in order to progress, all units of the preceding Level must normally have been passed.
If you’re unable to continue on the course a Certificate of Higher Education (Cert HE) will normally be offered following the successful completion of Level 4, or a Diploma in Higher Education following the successful completion of Level 5.

To gain a BA (Honours), students must successfully complete 360 credits. The final award consists of marks from Level 6 units only, weighted according to their credits.

At enrolment you need to identify if you wish to study for three years full time or take the four-year mode. The work placement takes place at the end of Stage Two. A Diploma in Professional Studies is awarded on successful completion of this year.

 

Course dates

Autumn term:
Monday 24 September 2018 – Friday 7 December 2018
Spring term:
Monday 7 January 2019 – Friday 15 March 2019
Summer term:
Monday 15 April 2019 – Friday 21 June 2019

 

This pathway is for students who want to pursue careers as innovative designers. It sets out to deliver a clear understanding and experience of generating, developing and realising a variety of creative womenswear ideas to a professional standard.

You’ll be encouraged to develop your personal design vision within the context of womenswear design and in existing and expanding national and international fashion markets that incorporate both classic and innovative design concepts. Throughout the course the focus is on achieving the professionalism, innovation and creativity to develop and realise your design ideas. Essential skills you’ll learn include research methods, flat pattern cutting, modelling on the stand, garment construction, tailoring processes and finishing, technical specification, illustration and presentation.

You’ll grow your understanding of the diversity of the womenswear industry through a varied curriculum, targeted projects and the guidance of established and visiting lecturers who are specialists in this sector.

Main study – Stage One
This stage lays the foundation for the generation and development of design ideas through practical or technical workshops. While focusing on the unique aspects of your chosen pathway, Stage One introduces you to related pathways, encouraging you to research, explore and develop individual strengths and approaches.

Main study – Stage Two
This stage carries you deeper into your pathway, allowing you to develop a variety of approaches through individual and often experimental responses while acquiring the discipline demanded by professional practice. Through a combination of studio work, formal tutorial guidance, seminars, lectures, external projects, competitions, critiques, personal research, independent study and team projects, you’ll explore the breadth of your subjects and develop your individual talents in relation to them. During this stage you’ll benefit from the learning experience gained from helping our final year students prepare work for the degree shows.

You may also have the opportunity to go abroad (at your own expense) during this year to visit trade shows or fashion collections relevant to your field of study.

At the beginning of the summer term, students on the four-year programme are involved in the planning and preparation for their work placement. Exceptionally, three-year full-time students may apply to transfer to the four-year mode to do a work placement. Such applications have to be made via the Placement Administrator.

Main study – Stage Three
The focus during Stage Three is on the further development of your individuality and independence as you initiate, develop and complete your final degree project. Your course work helps you locate, explore and exploit your design and communication strengths while identifying areas that may require further attention or focus.

In the summer term you complete your degree work for examination. As part of this process design pathway students participate in an assessment presentation of collections, normally in the form of a fashion show. You’ll also show work in a degree examination exhibition.

Cultural studies
The cultural studies programme is designed to enhance your communication, research, critical and writing skills. The discipline involves the study of cultural and creative processes, but goes beyond history and theory of art and design to encompass various aspects of cultural knowledge. In stage one and two you attend lectures and seminars on units relating to the city and creative culture, you explore key cultural concepts and choose from a range of elective choices such as art and fashion, postcolonialism, visual cultures, the body and sexuality. In the final stage of your degree you undertake dissertation research under the supervision of an assigned tutor who supports your research on a subject of your choice. It may be weighted at 20 or 40 credits. The dissertation is a written project where you explore an aspect of visual, textual material or spatial culture. There are many areas to explore in the cultural studies programme such as art, design, technology, concepts of taste, material culture, multiculturalism, identity politics, gender, consumerism, ethics, sustainability and media studies.

Personal and Professional Development, (PPD) helps to prepare you for employment and career development by providing you with skills to enable you to take responsibility for your own learning. The core study of all the fashion pathways also helps develop many of these transferable skills, which play their part in equipping you for a professional career and the generic activities of creative practice.

PPD is integral to BA Fashion and is embedded in many aspects of both the studio and cultural studies programmes as a planned part of their structure and learning content. PPD activities take place in all Stages of the degree course and aim to improve your capacity to understand what and how you are learning and to help you to review, plan and take responsibility for your own learning. A considerable number of the skills learned in the academic context of BA Fashion have a wider value and use in other areas of life. These transferable skills are highly valued by employers.

When to apply

The deadline for ALL applications (Home, EU and International) is 15 January 2018.

Please note BA Fashion does not consider late applications. Applicants may only change their course choice within 14 days of submitting an application. Any changes made to your application after 15 January 2018 will result in the application being marked as late.

Applying and how your application is considered
You will need to apply through the UCAS online application system. Visit the UCAS BA Fashion Design Womenswear page and click the ‘Apply’ link on the right. From here you will be able to register and create a password that gives you unique access as you complete your online application form. Central Saint Martins (CSM) courses are listed under University of the Arts London. You will need the following details:

University code: U65
Course code: W234
There is no ‘campus code’ for CSM
Please note this course does not accept Year 2 and Year 3 Entry

After you have successfully submitted your application online, you will receive an email confirming your application and providing your login details for the UAL Applicant Portal. Please do log into your applicant portal as this is where we will send you important updates and requests, as well as allowing you to contact us with any questions you may have about your application.

What happens next
If you meet the entry requirements you will be invited to submit a mini portfolio through UAL’s online portfolio review system.

Mini portfolio
The mini portfolio should be no more than 10 pages comprising of your best work showing your skills and thinking. You can create the pages in any layout (For example: presentation boards) but they should be uploaded as jpeg images. It should include:

Three pages of research images for fashion design, using a range of materials (drawings, notes, photographs, images of items that you find inspirational for fashion design)
Three pages of fashion design sketches (sketches demonstrating your development of a fashion theme)
Two pages of finished fashion illustrations (using colour and demonstrating your skills of presentation, these could be hand-drawn, painted, collage or computer images)
Two pages of any other creative work. We leave the decision of what to include to you
Following a review on your mini portfolio, you will either be invited for a full portfolio review or your application will be rejected via UCAS Track.

Full portfolio review
If you have been successful with your mini portfolio, we will invite you to a full portfolio review at college, normally taking place in March.
If you are unable to attend the full portfolio review in person, you will be asked to submit a FULL digital portfolio (up to 30 pages) through UAL’s online portfolio review system.
Please note that we do not accept portfolios by post.
Your portfolio should demonstrate creative development, whether for a college project or in your personal work. By creative development, we mean ideas that have originated through your own experience and research and progressed towards potential visual and three-dimensional proposals. We are interested in seeing your ideas, visual research and experimentation and finished design solutions. It is important that the creative work you include reflects and demonstrates your thinking, initiative and personal commitment to a particular project, theme or idea.

Please remember:

The quality of the work is more important than the quantity.
Where possible, large or 3-dimensional work should be photographed and scanned
Please organise your work by project, with supporting work presented alongside final outcomes.
How we notify you of the outcome of your application
You will receive the outcome of your application through UCAS track and the UAL Applicant Portal.

Deferred entry
Please note that CSM does not accept application for deferred entry.

Entry to this degree course is highly competitive. Selection is determined by the quality of the application, indicated primarily in your portfolio and written statement. Applicants are expected to have achieved, or be expected to achieve, the course entry requirements details below:

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design
1 GCE A Level
3 GCSEs grade C or above
OR

Pass at BTEC Extended Diploma
3 GCSEs grade C or above
OR

Other University of Arts London awarded level 3 Pre-University Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art and Design
4 GCSEs grade C or above
OR

Pass at Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (Lever 3 or 4)
International Baccalaureate Diploma pass achieved at 28 points or above
OR

Pass at Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (Lever 3 or 4)
An equivalent high school qualification from an EU or non-EU institution
Applicants who do not meet these course entry requirements may still be considered if the course team judges the application demonstrates additional strengths and alternative evidence. This might be demonstrated by, for example: related academic or work experience; the quality of the personal statement; a strong academic or other professional reference; or a combination of these factors.

English language requirements
All classes are conducted in English. If English is not your first language you will be asked to provide evidence of your English language ability in order to apply for a visa, enrol, and start your course. The English language requirement for entry for this course is:

IELTS Academic 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each of the 4 skills (on one single test)

For further information visit the English Language requirements page.

Applicants who will need a Tier 4 General Student Visa should check the Visa and Immigration page which provides important information about UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) requirements.

BA Fashion is for the talented, self-motivated fashion enthusiast. Spirited, informed and mature enough to commit to a course that is demanding in its breadth and depth, you’ll thrive in the competitive atmosphere that has spawned many of fashion’s brightest talents. In this fast-moving global industry it takes hard work, flexibility and passion to succeed.

Selection criteria
Applicants are selected according to demonstration of potential and current ability to:

Work imaginatively and creatively in two and three dimensional visual and material media;
Engage with experimentation and invention;
Show imagination and ambition in proposals for your work;
Take informed risks;
Demonstrate a range of skills and technical abilities;
Through your portfolio, demonstrate a range of approaches to design development, originated from personal experience or visual research and progressed through logical stages to a finished design solutions;
Evidence handling a material or medium with sensitivity to its qualities;
Demonstrate engagement and improvement in a recently learned technical skill;
Demonstrate an awareness of planning and time management skills;
Provide evidence of intellectual enquiry within their work;
Demonstrate relevant research skills;
Evidence your ability to critically reflect on and evaluate your achievements;
Demonstrate cultural awareness and/or contextual framework of their work;
Evidence an interest in contemporary fashion design communication and promotion;
Identify social and/or cultural influences on your work;
Articulate and communicate intentions clearly;
Discuss your work in individual and group situations;
Present your work appropriately and effectively;
Demonstrate commitment and motivation in relation to the subject and the course;
Develop your own ideas and address both set and personal project briefs;
Show willingness to collaborate;
Show initiative

Home/EU fee
£9,250 (2018/19). TBC

Tuition fees for undergraduate degree courses have been set at £9,250 per year for full-time study. This applies from the 2018/19 academic year, subject to changes in the law. Tuition fees may increase in future years for new and continuing students, in line with an inflationary amount determined by government. Please visit our Undergraduate tuition fees page for more information.

International fee
£19,350 (2018/19).

BA Fashion graduates work across a very wide spectrum of careers in fashion.
While a few go on to become household names, the majority choose not to establish their own labels, working successfully and influentially as company designers, freelancers and consultants or as journalists, stylists, photographers, illustrators, editors and retailers.

Each year, a number of BA Fashion graduates go on to study at postgraduate level, many at Central Saint Martins.
Recent BA Fashion alumni activity demonstrates the breadth of student activity within the sector. Many of our graduates go on to work at major fashion labels around the world.

In London, these include Alexander McQueen, Ghost, Holland & Holland, Katharine Hamnett. In the UK, Burberry, Paul Smith, Hussein Chalayan. In Italy, Benetton, Etro, Alberta Feretti, Antonio Berardi, Prada, Versace. In Paris, Martin Margiela, Kenzo, Christian Lacroix, Martine Sitbon, Dior, Chloe, Louis Vuitton. In New York, Donna Karan, Style Council and in Japan, Comme des Garçons.

Some have set up their own labels. These include Boroaksu, Clements Ribeiro, Stella McCartney, Hussein Chalayan, Sinha-Stanic, Matthew Williamson.

Developing your links
Located at the heart of the London fashion industry, BA Fashion is able to link education and industry providing students with ‘live’ projects and professional feedback. The BA Fashion course has also developed an excellent relationship with the international fashion community, so that placements for its students are drawn from a wide and distinguished range of sources.

Student’s benefit enormously from studying in London. While there are other fashion courses on the outskirts of the capital, none can offer you the daily stimulation and advantages of being in the middle of an international cultural and fashion centre, surrounded by all levels of the retail market and sectors of the industry within which you will later find employment.

Current collaborations across the design pathways include work with L’Oreal Professional, Triumph, Liberty, Tie Rack, Paul Smith, Dior and Christian Dior Couture.

MA FASHION

MA Fashion has an international profile second to none. It has extensive industry links, and graduates practise professionally at the forefront of international fashion.

MA Fashion is fast paced to replicate working practices in the industry. 

This postgraduate course is about leading not following. It is about possibilities, goals and ideals, wider imagination, versatility, rigour and motivation.

The course is offered in four pathways that are interrelated and structured around the core subject of fashion and are taught by our excellent team of technical staff and practising designers. With an ethos of guided experimentation, you will explore your individual style while being challenged to innovate to the highest standards.

With an emphasis on research, and fashion awareness the course aims to produce professional and original designers ready to pursue careers, which will shape the future of the fashion industry. MA Fashion believes that truly relevant, innovative design is not purely a creative activity involving designers in the artistic process – it also recognises the ability to analyse markets and respond to the changes within industry and society.

MA Fashion emphasises presentation and communication skills: you will not only create relevant and innovative work but also be good communicators capable of convincing colleagues that your ideas are based on a mature understanding of market context. 

You will get involved in the debates generated by our Professional Speakers Talks, in project-base learning, and critiques that help you develop your analytical and communication skills. These activities, together with the staff team’s wide-ranging professional practice, bring excitement and breadth to the course.

About the course
MA Fashion lasts 45 weeks full-time. It is structured in three units over five terms of varying lengths commencing in late October.
MA Fashion sits outside the usual postgraduate framework as it shows on the official London Fashion Week schedule – the only course to do so.

Course detail
MA Fashion has an international profile second to none. It has extensive industry links, and graduates practise professionally at the forefront of international fashion.

MA Fashion is fast paced to replicate working practices in the industry. 

This postgraduate course is about leading not following. It is about possibilities, goals and ideals, wider imagination, versatility, rigour and motivation.

The course is offered in four pathways that are interrelated and structured around the core subject of fashion and are taught by our excellent team of technical staff and practising designers. With an ethos of guided experimentation, you will explore your individual style while being challenged to innovate to the highest standards.

With an emphasis on research, and fashion awareness the course aims to produce professional and original designers ready to pursue careers, which will shape the future of the fashion industry. MA Fashion believes that truly relevant, innovative design is not purely a creative activity involving designers in the artistic process – it also recognises the ability to analyse markets and respond to the changes within industry and society.

MA Fashion emphasises presentation and communication skills: you will not only create relevant and innovative work but also be good communicators capable of convincing colleagues that your ideas are based on a mature understanding of market context. 

You will get involved in the debates generated by our Professional Speakers Talks, in project-base learning, and critiques that help you develop your analytical and communication skills. These activities, together with the staff team’s wide-ranging professional practice, bring excitement and breadth to the course.

About the course
MA Fashion lasts 45 weeks full-time. It is structured in three units over five terms of varying lengths commencing in late October.
MA Fashion sits outside the usual postgraduate framework as it shows on the official London Fashion Week schedule – the only course to do so.

Course dates
Autumn term
First year students: Monday 29th October 2018 – Friday 7th December 2018 (6 weeks)
Second year students: Monday 1st October 2018 – Friday 7th December 2018 (10 weeks)
Spring term
First year students: Monday 7th January 2019 – Friday 8th March 2019 (9 weeks)
Second year students: Monday 7th January 2019 – Friday 15th March 2019 (10 weeks)
Summer term
First year students: Monday 15th April 2019 – Friday 21st June 2019 (10 weeks)

Course outline
A feature of MA Fashion is the interrelated nature of the four pathways offered. You will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with other disciplines just as you need to in the professional world. MA Fashion benefits from the special atmosphere created by students from varied specialisms, backgrounds and nationalities – all of them committed to fashion – working together in close proximity.

Students study one of four pathways:

Womenswear Fashion
Menswear Fashion
Knitwear Fashion
Textiles for Fashion

2018/19 entry
Before you apply, we recommend you take some time to read the following details about the application process, including guidance on the extra information we will ask you to provide.

When to apply
We recommend you apply by the end of May at the very latest to avoid disappointment. Your application will only be considered after you have successfully completed an online application and submitted required documents/ a digital portfolio (if necessary).

We reserve the right to close applications earlier than the deadline above subject to spaces available.

Required information for all postgraduate courses
Before you apply, please take time to read the guidance below. You will be asked to provide the following items and upload documents when completing the online application form:

General Information
Personal details (including legal full name, date of birth, nationality, addresses);
Current English language level;
Current and/or previous education and qualification details;
Employment history;
Personal Statement
Your personal statement should give us information about yourself and why you want to join the course (write between 300-500 words):

What are you doing at the moment educationally, professionally, personally?
Why do you wish to study on this course?
What is your relevant experience?
Do you have any relevant skills?
Why do you think you are a suitable candidate for acceptance?
If you do not complete all the required information or upload the necessary documents, we will not be able to proceed with your application and portfolio review.

After you have successfully submitted your application online, you will receive an email confirming your application and providing your login details for the UAL Applicant Portal. Please do log into your applicant portal as this is where we will send you important updates and requests, as well as allowing you to contact us with any questions you may have about your application.

Start your application now
The application form can be saved as you fill it out, so you do not need to complete it all at once. You will also have the chance to review all the information and make any necessary amendments before you submit the application form.

After you have successfully submitted your application online, you will receive an email confirming your application and providing your login details for the UAL Applicant Portal. Please do log into your applicant portal as this is where we will send you important updates and requests, as well as allowing you to contact us with any questions you may have about your application.

What happens next

If you currently live in the UK or EU, you will be invited to attend an in-person full portfolio review at college. Following this, you may be invited for a short interview on the same day.
If you are unable to attend the review in person, you will be asked to submit a FULL digital portfolio (up to 30 pages) through UAL’s online portfolio review system. If an interview is required, we will arrange it via Skype.
Please note that we do not accept portfolios by post.

Full Portfolio
Your portfolio should:

Contain a minimum of four projects
Include a toile or finished garment realised to a high standard
Demonstrate a strong personal identity
Include extensive research and rough work

Demonstrate:
Technical skills
Three dimensional sense
Visual interpretation skills
Sensitivity to fabrication and colour

Interview criteria

Potential to benefit from the course
Reason for choosing the course
Communication skills
Motivation and commitment
How we notify you of the outcome of your application
You will receive the outcome of your application through the UAL Applicant Portal.

Deferred entry
Please note that CSM does not accept application for deferred entry.

This course is highly competitive, selection is determined by the quality of your application, indicated primarily in your portfolio and written work.

An applicant will only be considered for admission who has already achieved an educational level equivalent to a First Class or Upper Second Class Honours Degree in Fashion Design, Knitwear or Printed Textiles with a strong fashion bias.

This educational level may be demonstrated by:

Possession of the qualifications named above;
Possession of professional qualifications recognised as equivalent to an Honours Degree;
Prior experiential learning, the outcome of which can be demonstrated to be equivalent to the formal qualifications otherwise required, or;
A combination of formal qualifications and experiential learning which, taken together, can be demonstrated to be equivalent to the formal qualifications otherwise required.
English language requirements
All classes are conducted in English. If English is not your first language you will be asked to provide evidence of your English language ability in order to apply for a visa, enrol, and start your course. The English language requirement for entry for this course is:

IELTS Academic 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in each of the 4 skills (on one single test).

For further information visit the English Language requirements link.

This course is suitable for both recent fashion graduates and practising professionals.

Selection criteria
All suitably qualified candidates applying for Womenswear Fashion, Menswear Fashion, Knitwear for Fashion or Textiles for Fashion are required to bring a substantial portfolio of design work to the interview.

The portfolio for students applying to the design pathways of the course should:

Contain a minimum of four projects
Include a toile or finished garment realised to a high standard
Demonstrate a strong personal identity
Include extensive research and rough work
Demonstrate:
technical skills
3-dimensional sense
visual interpretation skills
sensitivity to fabrication and colour

Interview criteria for all candidates:

Potential to benefit from the course
Reason for choosing the course
Communication skills
Motivation and commitment

Home/EU fee
Tuition fees for 2018/19: £6,940 year one. Year two £4,160 plus an inflationary increase.

£500 per annum discount for all students who have completed a PG Dip/Cert or an undergraduate course including Grad Dip/Cert, at UAL.

You can pay course tuition fees in instalments for this course.

ELQ

Home/EU students whose chosen course is at a level equivalent to, or lower than, a qualification that they already hold, would will be charged the fees shown above, plus an additional £1,100 (called the ‘ELQ’ fee). Students in receipt of Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) are exempt from ELQ fees and will pay the original fee, regardless of the highest qualification held. If you have a query regarding the ELQ fee, please use our course enquiry form.

International fee
Tuition fees for 2018/19: £17,370 year one. £10,410 year two.

£500 per annum discount for all students who have completed a PG Dip/Cert or an undergraduate course including Grad Dip/Cert, at UAL.

You can pay course tuition fees in instalments for this course.

Additional costs
In addition to tuition fees you are very likely to incur additional costs such as travel expenses and the cost of materials. Please read the information on our additional costs link.

MA Fashion graduates have established notable careers as Designers and Design Directors worldwide, some have chosen to build reputations under their own labels. These alumni include:

Alexander McQueen, Ann-Sofie Back, Ashish, Bora Aksu, Caitlyn Price, Charles Jeffrey, Christopher Kane, Christopher Shannon, Craig Green, David Koma, Eley Kishimoto, Faustine Steinmetz, J JS Lee, John Alexander Skelton, Kiko Kostadinov, Marques ‘ Almeida, Mary Katrantzou, Masha Ma, Matty Bovan, Palmer Harding, Peter Jesen, Phoebe English, Richard Nichol, Roksanda, Rotting Dean Bazaar, Sadie Williams, Simone Rocha, Todd Lynn.

Destinations for our graduates as designers and design directors include:

Acne, Alberta Ferretti, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Céline, Cheap Mondays, Chloé, Coach, Dior, Dolce and Gabbana, Dries Van Noten, DVF, Givenchy, J.W.Anderson, Jil Sander, Kenzo, Lanvin, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Lululemon, Marc Jacobs, Margaret Howell, Marni, McQ, Missoni, Mugler, Mulberry, Neil Barrett, Norse Projects, Paul Smith, Ports 1961, Pringle, Pucci, Raf Simons, Stella McCartney, Tom Ford, UNIQLO, Versace, Vetements, Victoria Beckham, Yeezy.