Sarah McCormack from Dumfries, Scotland and American Chinese designer Leeann Huang took home the grand prize of the night.
“Knowing your worth is an incredible thing. But so is knowing that to the industry, you’re worthless.”
The school has apologized — for the second time — and said it will learn lessons following the outcry in China about the controversial project.
Members of the Chinese fashion industry demand an open apology over “derogatory and offensive” Instagram stories posted by the school.
After a few seasons in Paris, the 2015 LVMH Prize winner wants to do things a bit differently as it returns to London Fashion Week.
The 124-year-old family-run business sees conscious luxury as its future.
This year’s winner Fredrik Tjaerandsen’s ingenious balloon fashion transformation has been an online sensation within hours after the show.
Swarovski wants to get CSM students thinking about sustainability before they put pen to paper, or finger to iPad.
Goom Heo and Sheryn Akiki won the L’Oréal Professional creative award in this ever more inclusive year.
The plastic waste crisis has added a new layer of drama to the faux versus real fur debate.
The scholarship will be offered to a final-year BA fashion student, chosen based on academic merit and financial need.
The collections took in knitwear, print, men’s wear, women’s wear and fashion design.