Creative director Casey Cadwallader talks us through his imagination-stretching, headline-grabbing vision for Mugler, from A right through to Z.
Bored of digital fashion shows? The British fashion house’s new Jonathan Glazer-directed film – that sees models splashing around in the mud wearing frothy tulle gowns – might just be the antidote you’ve been waiting for.
Models practiced extreme social distancing at Anthony Vaccarello’s first off-schedule show set in a dramatic desert landscape, complete with equally as dramatic looks.
Forget Hatton Garden! Georgia Kemball, Ellie Mercer, Isabel Bonner, Bleue Burnham, Rebekah Bide and Joy BC are the young gold and silversmiths injecting new blood into heavy metals.
A snapshot of the crop of community-driven labels making T-shirts and trainers a force for good and favouring giving back over cashing in.
From Naples nightclubs to the birth of London’s modern menswear, and from early Martine Rose shows to the emergence of Mowalola, Brooke McCord sketches out 20 years of Lulu Kennedy’s glorious Fashion East family.
The Los Angeles-based designer on his seventh collection that’s navigating the brand into a new luxury space, while transcending flash in the pan trends.
Babak Radboy and Telfar Clemens’ community-driven “Bag Security Program” is the anti-hype antidote to fashion’s resale quandary.
From Sex print deckchairs and fans, to anti-virus masks and wipe clean card holders, Christopher Kane’s new More Joy drop is bringing the heat while ensuring safety first in a time of pandemic.
The designer talks us through his newly initiated "Post-Modern" scholarship fund and mentorship programme and Louis Vuitton’s Message in a Bottle film, created by an all-Black creative team.
The French designer behind many of pop culture’s most memorable and mind-boggling looks on his second collaboration with London’s Palace Skateboards.
Set in late ’80s and early ’90s Manhattan, Jeremy Elkin’s upcoming documentary All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding documents a time in which New York's sidewalks were thriving thanks to two landmark subcultures.
The acclaimed American photographer walks us through eight of her strikingly intimate images of American and European life.
Studio Sisy Phus, Rebekah Bide, Ellie Mercer, Emily Frances Barrett and Isabel Bonner are embracing the alt-retail model that comes with social media sales.
Marking the release of her new mixtape What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던, the Brooklyn-based singer, DJ, producer and artist talks us through the anime-inspired characters who star in the video for lead track, Waking Up Down.
The NYC-based artist talks us through her new mixtape What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던. Merging anime, club music and Korean culture with help from her inner circle of collaborators, the project feels like a warm hug between friends.
Gucci, Prada, Fendi, Moschino and Marni, Iceberg, Versace, MSGM, Bottega Veneta and GCDS.
Yuhan Wang, Ashley Williams, Richard Malone, Charlotte Knowles, Matty Bovan, Fashion East, Marques'Almeida, Molly Goddard, Mimi Wade, Richard Quinn, MM6 Margiela and JW Anderson.
The 24-year-old actress on horror, toxic masculinity and her role in psychological thriller Daniel Isn’t Real.
February 1984: “The badly-dressed people are always the most interesting,” says Jean-Paul Gaultier. His zany and iconoclastic creations have managed to bemuse even the most modern tastes. Here are six of the most striking, described and photographed by the designer himself.
Because we’re so good to you, here are our top picks from the Men’s AW20 shows, featuring Martine Rose, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Dior and more.