BA Graphic Design students Phillip Koll and Ollie Vanes collaborated to create a new White Show experience, by 'scanning' the models from every angle and making the final image 360 degrees visual. Phillip explained that the main challenge for shooting the White Project, was the fact that one hardly sees depth or texture when photographing the colour. So, the duo got up close, shot every garment inside-out, and built a bridge between old and new ways of approaching photography. We kick off…
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Insider View: Galliano’s Former Tutor Launches His First Book
ESTEEMED Central Saint Martins tutor Howard Tangye has released his debut book, showcasing his 52 of his drawings. Pathway leader of CSM’s BA Fashion womenswear design course, Tangye taught John Galliano, Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney and Hussein Cha