We got one of the UK’s most celebrated (and coolest) contemporary artists on the phone to chat about all sorts in our latest issue of THE FACE. Note: stay ’til the end for a pub-worthy joke.
The serial collector took to the Catacombs of Paris to document youth culture and contemporary artefacts. Spoooooky!
The creative director transcends time for SS22, exploring the darkness of 17th century ruffles, skirt hoops and embroidery. But, true to form, it remained oddly futuristic – and he didn’t even need a sonic screwdriver.
Miuccia Prada’s SS22 collection cut, slashed and tore up beige fabric in its masses. Low-rise trousers, V-neck jumpers and a flash of skin… welcome to the School of Miu Miu.
Returning to the IRL runway, McCartney’s latest (sustainably-minded) collection takes its roots from fungi. Could it be magic?
Disrupting the clean lines of the storied Spanish house, Anderson looks to renaissance paintings for something of a spiritual awakening. Maximal in effort, serene in result.
The designer presents her first collection since winning the prestigious ANDAM award in July. A vibrant, sartorial exploration of Jamaica, it’s a family affair for the ages.
Angular cuts! Meticulous craft! Austere lines! The influence of Paloma Picasso makes for a deadly, razor-sharp collection by Anthony Vaccarello.
Cool and youthful, DSquared2 SS22 combined the Italian brand’s playful language with a tough spirit: for the extrovert at the party, and the hazy-headed morning after.
The Italian house returns to its historic headquarters with a collection fit for exploring far-and-wide.
Marking 40 years since its launch by Giorgio Armani, the brand’s SS22 collection explored the dialogue between masculinity and femininity, a long-time code of the label.
We spoke to the mega pop superstar on the blower and asked her: if you had to predict the next 10 years, what would it look, smell, feel and taste like? Here’s what she said.
Welcoming Chet Lo to this season’s roster, Fashion East saw Maximilian, Goom Heo, HRH and Jawara Alleyne present electric London fashion for the masses.
The designer points to the dancefloor this season, pushing the tempo with a vibrant colour palette, belly chains and skin ’o plenty. The future looks bright.