Royal College Of Art

Innovation is too often used to mean 'new'. So many of the latest products are now called innovative, when actually, they are incremental upgrades. Innovation can, I admit, operate incrementally, but innovation in its true sense comes when an invention is transformed through design and radical user insights into a fully fledged new product or service.
A group of students from London have created a three-in-one coat, sleeping bag and tent for refugees, to aid them in their
Since getting back in the studio I have been super motivated, I'm working on a range of men's socks for a brand - they're going to be simply fabulous so watch this space.
It's been a while since my last blog post and a lot has changed over the last few months. My previous posts were all about being a graduate and how I was coping with the shock of the real world. Well, I'm still coping with the shock of the real world but as it's 2015 and indeed a good six months since I graduated, I think I must officially call myself a grown up...
It's been about a week since I did my first blog post on here where I shared details of my latest collection, as well as some significantly down-played concerns about what on earth I'm going to do next with my shiny new MA qualification.
When I was choosing my GCSEs at school I remember thinking (very naively... naturally) "what can I choose that will help me get into the best fashion schools in the country?" That seemed to be the recurring question at every crossroads of my education and as I progressed the reality became more and more clear: this was going to be tough...
A graduate architect has come up with a radical design that would turn London's BT Tower into a pollution harvesting 'spiderweb
Well, that is half of the story. RCA fashion graduates did use colour: strategically positioned and very playful. The 90's are back in a more subtle way. To be more specific: the Club-Kids of New York; Brutalist architecture; working class youth culture...
Listening to Maria Callas singing Puccini's Tosca, recorded in the mid 1960's at the Royal Opera House London, I realise that the sound system in this Lexus RX450h is rather good indeed, the recording now going on for 50 years, full of scratches is a host of history of its own.
A design student has created what might be the lightest running shoe ever made. Luc Fusaro, who is also part of the team