This summer, graphics and fashion students worked together to design, built and post the first CASS Fashion blog/ as they say, 'RUN BY US'.
Date: 17 August 2014
"Style from London streets. Making it, mending it, taking it apart in E1. All opinions are our own. And interesting."
This summer, graphics and fashion students worked together to design, built and post the first CASS Fashion blog/ as they say, 'RUN BY US'. With the launch of our fresh new course BA Fashion in September, we are delighted to see our current CASS fashionistas loving E1 and helping us to spot new trends out there!
It’s kicking off right now – so tune in for blog posts about the life in and around the CASS; East-London as a creative environment, things happening in the area (it’s as vibrant as they say!) and in the world of fashion in general, interviews with creatives, style inspiration and anything really that inspires us, whether it’s the gritty back streets of Brick Lane or a cool exhibition…
Check it out for off the wall, upbeat and streetstyle reviews of London. Who knows what they'll spot next from the local and global fashion scene. Find out about our very own, east end grit and glory.
Hello Fashion, here we come!
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