Paul Robinson

Liverpool School of Art and Design

Paul Robinson is a Senior Lecturer in Fashion at Liverpool John Moores University. Trained as a fashion designer, pattern cutter and educator. Robinson has worked in and around the fashion industry since 2008.

Robinson began his career working for globally recognised brands such as Jaeger and Albert Ferretti and one of his collections Jaeger Black was one of the most successful and exported worldwide. Teaching and learning fashion design and garment construction is Paul's expertise. In particular creative pattern cutting leading to experimental & innovative fashion design. Paul is an experienced design consultant.

Paul is currently collaborating with critically acclaimed established menswear designer Christopher Shannon and developing a partnership with the renowned Tom of Finland Foundation in Berlin, London and Los Angeles to mark the 40th anniversary of the artist’s namesake foundation.


2006, Liverpool John Moores, england, B.A Honours

Academic appointments

• Senior Lecturer, Fashion Design, Liverpool School of Art & Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2015 - present
Senior lecturer fashion design, University of Central Lancashire, 2009 - 2015

Postgraduate training

M.A Fashion Design Technology London College Fashion, England, London College Of Fashion, 2007 - 2008

External collaboration:, National Museums Liverpool & LJMU, Walker Art Gallery & Lightnight. 2018

Industrial connections:

lulla in Lithuania, Design Consultant. 2013

Jaeger, design consultant. 2008

Other Professional Activity:

Design consultancy,Lulla, Lithuania April 2013 june 2014.

design Consultant for Uzbekistan 2013-2014.