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Glocal comes home. The WGSN in Africa experience.

WGSN, the global trend authority for the fashion and creative industries, held its first major press event in Cape Town in partnership with some of Africa’s leading creatives, designers and up-and-coming trailblazers. 1,726 more words



Prints & Graphics A/W 18/19: HumaNature – Nature Activist

So I was just recently browsing WGSN looking at their future trends section and came across “HumaNature” a trend basically encompassing protest and nature activist slogans written onto items of clothing in a relaxed and hand made style. 496 more words


SS17 Sportswear Colours

The upcoming trend for SS17, as predicted by WGSN is “Digital Wave” which means, bold and bright colours. Over the next month, leading up to Spring, I will be creating a moodboard on pintrest of the colours to look our for! 8 more words


Directional Menswear Concept | Mollie Ravenhall | Level 5

First term, first project, first impressions

After taking a trip to the idyllic northern coast of Northern Ireland, how could I not be inspired to use my images of the beautiful sights I saw, to pave the way for a directional menswear brief. 179 more words


Why Luxury Brands Still aren’t Embracing Sustainable Fashion

Designer Eileen Fisher made an eight-year commitment to sustainable fashion four years ago, after having “an epiphany about the earth” and her responsibility as the owner of her own company. 544 more words


Directional Menswear | Georgina Atkinson | Level 5

My directional menswear project is based on the WGSN theme Nocturne and the designer menswear brand I have chosen is Adamist. I chose this brand and trend as I thought they worked well together. 88 more words


Directional Menswear Concept | Abi Farquhar | Level 5

“I want to express my feelings rather than illustrate them” – Jackson Pollock

The directional menswear brand I have chosen to design for is Songzio. This is a Korean brand that a read an article about in GQ magazine ‘Songzio is the Korean brand bringing you wearable art’. 101 more words