On Monday 7 November, join Creative HEAD and a trio of influential creatives for an evening of exclusive interviews and frank debate surrounding the changing face of trends.
From the mighty force of street style and the rise and rise of the vlogger generation, to the possible end of runway seasons and the power of online immediacy, The Coterie will ask what’s trending now and who exactly is calling the shots in the fashion sphere? Exploring what’s proving to be a bold new landscape for fashion and the industry’s major influencers, will be our guest speakers…
Maggie is Communications Director in the School of Media and Communication at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts. She’s also a respected broadcast journalist and producer, with her passions being music and fashion. Maggie has worked with the likes of Twiggy, Elton John and the Sex Pistols, and produced documentaries featuring acclaimed photographers as well as pioneering designers, including Robin and Lucienne Day and the Missoni family.
Jayson has always been something of a maverick. His Technicolor spectrum was a driving force at Toni&Guy for more than two decades, and his artistic prowess clear to see in high street windows up and down the UK. Now he is striking out alone, metamorphosing into the Karbon Kyd – a brand (as well as a new persona) with an online platform dedicated to delivering inspiring, ‘underground’, ‘imperfect’ and refreshingly original creative, as well as bespoke education for salons and colourists across the globe.
Knitwear designer Harry Evans (pictured fourth from right) is a fashion star on the ascent. A Central Saint Martins MA Fashion graduate, mentored by Meadham Kirchohoff during his studies, Harry is hot on the tail of the college’s alumni success stories – Christopher Kane, Alexander McQueen and Simone Rocha all started out on the same path. In February he won the L’Oreal Professionnel Creative Award – judged by Tank magazine’s Tamsin Blanchard – at CSM’s eminent annual graduate show. Already making waves in all the right circles, Harry’s been name-checked in the likes of Dazed Digital and The Business of Fashion. He is currently working for French fashion house, Celine.
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