Sherris is the swimwear label proudly taking the road less travelled
Israeli-born, Manhattan-based designer Maayan Sherris earned her stripes working for The Row. Now, she’s tackling waste and hypersexualisation in the swimwear industry, one bathing suit at a time.
The lowdown on the SS21 shows
Get your fix as we dismantle and distill the digital (and socially distanced) fashion weeks from New York, London and beyond.
Kitty Shukman on her otherworldly Yeezy designs
The British footwear designer is the mastermind behind some of the the brand's most innovative pieces, namely the Yeezy x D. Rose prototype basketball shoe.
A closer look at the regeneration of Hackney, London
Historian and local Richard Yeboah took lockdown by the horns to pursue his passion project. The Regeneration of Hackney: Transforming Modern Utopias is a detailed examination of gentrification in one of London’s most populated areas.
Tri-to-Help, buy a Palace tee
The London skate brand is dropping a new technicolour collection tomorrow, with all profits going to the Stephen Lawrence Trust charity to champion a fairer, more inclusive society.
Jess Kohl’s debut exhibition documents marginalised Italian communities reclaiming their identity
Featuring the people of Scampia, Naples, over two years, Anime Salve is a celebration of gender non-conformity when the odds are stacked against you.
Isamaya Ffrench: “I wasn’t interested in launching just another makeup brand”
Byredo founder Ben Gorham has joined forces with one of the world’s most innately talented makeup artists to create Byredo Makeup. The pair tell us more about their bold new beauty venture that’s designed to inspire, and not to dictate.
Conor Murgatroyd’s paintings inspire hope for summers to come
In the absence of a real summer this year, the Bradford-born fine artist has teamed up with Wavey Garms’ Andrés Branco to create a series of pieces inspired by the golden days of London subcultures.
The self-taught gold dealer making gem-encrusted signet rings
Australian jewellery designer Seb Brown weighs in on his love of precious metals, the pleasure in creating and his new Melbourne shop-studio hybrid, at which his rings are handmade.
100% Flo Milli: Alabama’s new rap royal
Follow Cardi B’s lead: listen to Milli’s Ho, Why Is You Here? mixtape and “turn that shit up!”
Cali Thornhill DeWitt: “I’ve been watching America eat itself alive”
What has LA’s best-known under-the-radar artist been up to since helping Kanye design merch for his Life of Pablo tour? A new exhibition, it turns out.
Adidas Originals by Noah: putting discarded ocean plastic to use
Noah founder Brendon Babenzien discusses his design inspiration, favourite running playlist and why his adidas collaboration is more than just a drop in the ocean.
Who do you call if you can’t go to the police?
We speak to Filthbusters, the radical zine and collective offering viable alternative solutions in London.
People of The Hill: an homage to a community that has banded together
Hazel Gaskin’s new photography book has been created in collaboration with Feed The Hill, a food bank that has proved indispensable to south London during the lockdown.
Remember Zola’s Twitter-stripper saga? Here’s what really happened
David Kushner is the Rolling Stone journalist who dug for the truth at the heart of the epic 148-tweet saga. The result: an even more compelling story – and now, a film.
Beautiful photographs of the 100 Black Men of London community
Photographer Benjamin Hampson and stylist PC Williams team up to create Heroes, a series that shines a light on the ways in which communities can uplift one another. They’re all about beauty, individuality and the power that unity brings.
Black and gold: a turning point for British currency
Banknotes of Colour have successfully campaigned for legal tender to be more representative, showcasing Britain’s rich and diverse histories. One small step for man, one giant leap towards a more united country?
From foster care to BAFTA: Top Boy’s Jasmine Jobson defies the odds
Years of graft have paid off for the 25-year-old Londoner, nominated for an award alongside the established likes of Helena Bonham Carter. What does it feel like to be one of the year’s most exciting talents?
Bummer! The zine asking what makes someone “man enough”
Artist Ren, aka Jack Reynolds, dives deep into masculinity’s many contradictions through his new collection of cheeky illustrations.
Black Minds Matter is filling the gaps in mental healthcare
Many Black Britons have been denied the privilege of high quality and fair mental health services for too long. Black Minds Matter is the charity fighting back by connecting Black therapists to Black individuals for free.