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Designers' London

Designers' London

Central Saint Martins
Taught by
Lisa Gellender


With a focus on exploring London’s leading design scene, this beginners course will provide you with a deeper understanding of the inter-related areas of graphic and fashion design in its many forms.

By investigating different design-related themes, you’ll explore current trends and design influences and gain a deeper understanding of the thriving creative scene in London today.

Through a series of retail trails and visits to independent galleries you will discover the cool, off-beat side of London.

Each day is scheduled around a different area of London, helping you discover a variety of design-led sources for reference and inspiration.

You will be encouraged to work in pairs, documenting each day on your phone. This will provide you with a visual resource for group discussions and further reference using social media.

Who should take this course?

Those who are unfamiliar with the capital and wish to explore the authentic side of Designer's London.

Students wishing to learn more about Londons’ thriving graphic and fashion design scene.

Anyone wanting to explore current design related sources for inspiration in our capital today.

Entry requirements: None

Level: Beginners

Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older

Tutor Description

Lisa Gellender has run a successful independent design studio in London for over 20 years working with leading fashion and retail brands such as Selfridges, New Look & L'Oreal. Offering a bespoke design service, Gellender creative helps clients develop or refresh their brands identity, producing unique and relevant creative solutions for print and web. Lisa is also an Associate Lecturer at the London College of Fashion.


Please bring with you to the first session:

  • Comfy shoes
  • Travel card for getting around
  • Small notebook.

Available dates

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