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2206, 2016

How to deal with the anti-climax of Graduate Fashion Week

By |June 22nd, 2016|Career Development, Fashion Psychology and Well being, Graduates, Internship|0 Comments

So the dream you had of making it big at GFW (graduate fashion week) has not come through yet and your highly disappointed and not sure how this affects your chances of getting a job?

2707, 2015

Climbing the fashion career ladder – Are you projecting your inner ambitions?

By |July 27th, 2015|Career Development, Design, Designer Fact Files, Fashion Psychology and Well being|5 Comments

Are you projecting your inner ambitions?
I was fortunate to learn this lesson very early on in my fashion career. I believe this was a poignant moment in my fashion career and played such an important part of me moving up the career ladder.

Two years in my first job, gaining valuable knowledge the in’s and out’s […]

2806, 2015

Illustrator: Trouble shooting

By |June 28th, 2015|Illustrator Tutorials|0 Comments

I love this video, I almost wish I found it sixteen years ago when I started using Illustrator.
This video is dedicated to all those times you say “What happened?”

2806, 2015

My Fashion Tutorial – Illustrator trousers 1

By |June 28th, 2015|Illustrator Tutorials|1 Comment

Adobe Illustrator: How to create a technical drawing of a mens trousers using a scanned image.

Video by Michelle Muirhead

2806, 2015

Chanel – The Making of The Cardigan

By |June 28th, 2015|Production and manufacturing videos|0 Comments

On My!!! This video is like eating chocolate for me.

From the sounds of the machines, the hissing from the steamer to the snapping of the scissors.
A great insight to how such care, consideration and precision is taken into a Chanel garment.


The machine which joined the knitted panels together is called a linking machine

Linking is […]

1606, 2015

Designer Fact File : Stella McCartney

By |June 16th, 2015|Designer Fact Files|0 Comments

Why has Stella McCartney had so much success?

Designer Fact File

After graduating from Central Saint Martins, Stella has become a successful designer in her own right, despite her famous dad. Her products range from Womenswear, Kidswear, skincare, lingerie and perfume, none of which are never made from animal-derived products. She has collaborated with famous celebrities, high street retailers and […]

806, 2015

The sponge effect

By |June 8th, 2015|Graduates, Internship|0 Comments

A common mistake when people decide to do an internship, their thought process is very imbalanced. Just because you’ve just graduated does not mean that your guaranteed free hand outs.

Internships are a two way street….Your there to learn but your also there to contribute to the working enviroment and daily process.

Be a sponge. Just as a […]

1505, 2015

What wins that crucial job? Creative talent, Experience or Potential?

By |May 15th, 2015|Creative, Design, Graduates, recent work|0 Comments

Finding it to get that head start in employment? Caught in the vicious circle of no experience. What comes first, Experience, Talent or Potential....

1105, 2015

Looking for a new job – Is the grass always greener?

By |May 11th, 2015|Creative, Fashion Psychology and Well being, recent work|0 Comments

Thinking of jumping ship? "The easiest thing to do is to just quit, walk out" Faced with that dreaded dilema, to stay or to go? Click here to find some useful tips

104, 2015

Dealing with competitiveness within the fashion industry

By |April 1st, 2015|Design|0 Comments

Fashion is such a competitive industry and can be so cut throat. Unless you are in sales or some other target oriented position, try not to get caught up in competition against someone else on your team. It can be hard to sustain and the energy taken to compete, could be better spent. You don’t […]