The most controversial shoe in the world right now has the internet’s knickers in a twist, perhaps rightfully so. But then again, Demna Gvaslia does everything for a reason, right?
As seen on: This week, Rih carries on the greatest maternity wear crusade since records began, Hannibal Lector wears Loewe and Lotta Volkova teases – and releases – the ultimate collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier.
Off the Rails: Like relics of the seedy underworld, Hakin’s textural designs are all about the body, sensually wrapping themselves around Kourtney Kardashian, Iris Law and Rosalía.
Off the Rails: With a new collection under his belt, Second Best’s founder Sam Monaghan talks us through finding inspiration in normal things, like going to the pub and moshing with his mates.
For AW22, the creative director took over ornate Parisian grounds to present the luxury house’s latest collection to a thumping club soundtrack.
This year, Moschino’s creative director went all-out glam at the Met Gala with his guest, model and actress Iris Law.
As seen on: Seven(ish) days of Rih in Versace shades, FKA twigs in KNWLS, Chloe Cherry in a rude t-shirt and Hunter Schafer in Margiela. Whew.
Off the Rails: Gay porn, ’70s disco and heat-reactive tech are the magic ingredients in this British designer’s work, who recently graduated from Central Saint Martins’ MA Fashion course, and once worked as a print designer at JW Anderson.
Appointed creative director of the storied footwear brand earlier this month, McKoy has long followed the Dr. Martens ethos. Here’s how he’s going to push the brand into the future.
This year’s prize goes to the innovative South London menswear designer, whose designs feel just at home on the running track as they do at any given club night.
Head to head: Long associated with sunburnt blokes and manky feet, are we finally ready to accept flip flops being back in fashion? THE FACE debates.
In photos: Sam Hughes, manager of Supreme’s London store, is back with a collection made in collaboration with ultra-cool London tattoo artist Cash Frances.
Ahead of the launch of his first monograph, Feeling Seen, the British-Ghanaian photographer talks us through his career so far, from his post-uni hype to finding solace in those around him.
Opening last Saturday in Peckham’s Hannah Barry Gallery, Sins of a daughter is the artist’s latest ode to youth, the body and the female gaze. Haunting, yes. Liberating? Definitely.
Alienation, anxiety and economic pressures are the ultimate themes in Daisy Sanchez’s exhibition looking at fashion in the context of contemporary art.
Shot in a park in Mumbai, Vivek Vadoliya’s photos document the ancient sport of mallakhamb – and it’s as calming as it is totally exhilarating.
Each month, we’ll be pulling the best bits from the internet’s slew of online stores and guiding your hand (and bank balance) through the storm.
My Media Diet: The dancefloor legend talks through his upcoming album, stripping it all back and his fears for the future of nightlife (tip: get off yer bloody phones).
It’s the event nobody needed. Our advice? Choose life, choose a hobby, choose friends. Choose The Real World. You’ll have way more fun.
Generation Covid: In the confines of our four walls, the UK’s young people created more subcultures, trends and styles than we thought possible.