Meet the Royal College of Art’s Fashion 2020 Graduates

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LONDON — WWD highlights six Royal College of Art fashion MA graduate collections, which will be available for all to view on the college’s new digital platform, RCA2020, starting on Thursday.



Mei Sze Tsang

Men’s wear student Mei Sze Tsang’s collection “Brickman” aims to solve some real-life problems. She got the idea one day when a bricklayer sat next to her on a bus. They began chatting, eventually became friends, and she later started conducting research with a team of bricklayers on a construction site in West London. Tsang observed their movements during work, and identified flaws in their existing work garments. The result is a collection of light, but durable, protective gear that’s grounded in reality and reflects what the future of construction workers’ clothing could be.



Marie Isaacson

Marie Isaacson, another men’s wear student, explores “online alter egos and how people

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Tom Ford Talks Crisis Mode

“It’s too premature for me to tell you.”

So said Tom Ford in March of last year when, as the newly elected chairman of the CFDA, he discussed his plans for the CFDA.

Tom, you don’t say.

When he accepted the post, there’s no way he could have had a clue of what he was in for. He knew the American fashion industry was challenged for myriad reasons — oversaturation, a relentless schedule, a reliance on a failing wholesale model, European domination fueled by the major luxury fashion group power base. For years, those and other factors had been chipping away at the global profile of American fashion and Ford determined to make increasing its international profile a major priority of his tenure. In addition, he wanted to focus on young designers and on addressing the issue of insufficient diversity across the industry’s designer ranks. Once installed, in

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Will the Rental Market Replace Fast Fashion?

Selfridges to Ganni, are putting their stamp of approval on the sharing economy — and wanting in, too.” data-reactid=”20″Peer-to-peer rental fashion platforms are seeing revenues reach an all-time high, while demand is diversifying far beyond occasionwear. Even established industry players, from Selfridges to Ganni, are putting their stamp of approval on the sharing economy — and wanting in, too.

a rental-only Levi’s collaboration, featuring 501 jeans and denim shirts made using deadstock materials.” data-reactid=”28″“People would argue that if you produce a responsible product yet sell and consume it in the conventional way, then you haven’t had a solid impact

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