Hywel and Honor introduce some of the groundbreaking practitioners from Fashion Communication’s alumni.
With the explosion of new media over the last ten-years, the fashion industry has been democratised. Opportunities in fashion are no longer primarily focused on the role of designer – the fashion industry requires quality content in the form of words and images. From photographers, stylists, art directors, fashion-show producers, film-makers and public relations experts, to bloggers and social networkers, on-line marketers, ‘traditional’ writers, journalists, curators, commentators and theorists, Fashion Communication aims to nurture innovative, informed, responsible promoters, writers, communicators and observers, central to the industry’s future.
Credit: Larry B, 'Hit It Right' via Youtube.
South-London's very own Larry B is established as a DJ, musician and performer. With strong roots in London’s social scene, Larry B debuted his cut-up R&B remixes of songs by The Spice Girls, Usher and Alicia Keys in 2010 at 90’s revival night ‘Work It’ in East London. Larry B also co-run's club night PDA. As well as playing on stages internationally Larry has modelled for Ashish and was an early muse for Grace Wales Bonner. Larry B regularly appears on radio station NTS and has most recently released an EP titled ‘5 Sad Songs’.