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Indian Fashion Blog / Stylish Thoughts / Central Saint Martins Street Style Interview Beth Cole

18 th Jul 2012

With major love for London and it's infamous full spectrum of trend, fashion and style, we've hit the streets on a series that aims to discover the up to the minute current styles in the city. We kick start with the University of the Arts - finding ourselves outside Central Saint Martins, infamous for innovative styles with graduates that in the past have become the McQueens and McCartneys of Today.

It was a warm summer afternoon with a cool breeze and clear skies setting the urban mood. Peeping into the SLR as it framed the looks that may well become the movers and influencers of tomorrows style scene. As if that wasn't enough to feed our fashion imaginations - taking things to another level we decided to crunch out a competitive edge. The shots were uploaded onto our facebook page where people got voting...

Bringing us right on topic. The Winner of the Stylish CSM Summer School competition has been announced: Beth Cole, Wearing a rainbow multi-coloured top tied at the front and slim folded up jeans. Effortlessly marrying the now in colour pop trending and retro details. There is an air of whimsical lightness in her silhouette, today's Summer City Girl. As for the shoes they complimented the same message, passing an overall air of an accidentally non/styled outfit.

Sweet and Simple, Here's what we found out about Beth's style, aspirations and her favorite pick from the Strand of Silk collection!

Q. How would you describe your style? Where do your influences come from?

A. I would probably describe my style as quite "indie" or what others may call "brick lane" style, which is probably where my influences for my style come from, I like to look and dress different.

Q. What was your experience at Central Saint Martins and what did you do there?

A. The experience was amazing, although I would have liked it to last longer because I was only there for one week on a Short Summer course, I studied graphic design.

Q. How would you describe your art work?

A. I would probably say my photography and paintings are like my dress sense, colourful and quirky.

Q. What are your future plans within the art area?

A. I plan to finish college with a high grade next year then hopefully go on to study at Central St. Martins

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Beth´s Strand of Silk Pick

Exotic Beauty Dress : A beautifully adjustable dress made layered prints of Exotic Skins and Peacock Feathers - Part of the Manoviraj Khosla luxury collection presenting Contemporary Indian designer fashion that falls right into trend with floral and paisley colourful prints on summer dresses and jumpsuits.

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