You get the feeling when you walk into the Royal College of Art that you’re in a laboratory of buzzing brains, because every student in there is either on their way to brilliance, or already there. Esprit seems to have taken notice of the RCA’s habit of churning out some of the most fantastic, fresh-faced and eager fashion designers in the world and has set the students a brief asking “Can fashion can be truly sustainable?”
Want to hear the really exciting bit? They commissioned It’s Nice That hero Andy Rementer to illustrate the winning collections. Now, enough reading, feast your eyes on the funnest look-book you’ll see for a long time!
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