Archive | May, 2016

Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Be Patient and Authentic

31 May

The 5th part in a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week by Samata

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Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Enjoy the good times always

31 May

The 6th part in a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week by Samata

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Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Recharge

31 May

The 7th part in a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week by Samata […]

Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Understand the difference between access and success

31 May

The final part in a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week by Samata […]

Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Guanxi takes time

31 May

The 4th part in a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week by Samata

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Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Back to the basics

31 May

The 2nd part of a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week by Samata […]

Emotional Wellbeing of the Creative Soul: Graduate Fashion Week 2016

31 May

In a series of blog posts written ‘exclusively’ for Graduate Fashion Week. Author and fashion entrepreneur Samata shares with us some of her own tips and advice for emerging designers starting out in the fashion industry, as well as her own personal memories authoring her first book. […]

Shoes have always been more than just a practical necessity

18 May

Lavishly illustrated with a dazzling array of shoes from all over the world, Shoes: An Illustrated History tells the extraordinary story of this ultimate object of desire, from antiquity to the present.

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Giacometti at Tate Modern and the Sainsbury Centre

18 May

To celebrate the legacy and career of Alberto Giacometti, one of the great twentieth century artists, both the Sainsbury Centre and Tate Modern are hosting exhibitions to showcase some of his most memorable and best loved work.

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We’re shining the spotlight on two core textbooks

9 May

The start of term is fast approaching, so we’re shining the spotlight on two core textbooks from the Required Reading Range. Fully illustrated and packed with case studies and commentary from international professionals and practitioners, both Visual Research and Visible Signs, are practical, visually stimulating sourcebooks for students. 

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