As well as entertaining millions, the Scottish novelist has shocked, repulsed and pissed off a legion of readers since the early ’90s. Now he’s on a mission to find new meaning in affrontery in Sky doc Offended by Irvine Welsh.
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Popping into your local pharmacy for a gram of gear might sound bonkers, but according to a new book, How to Regulate Stimulants, it just might be the perfect antidote to the ineffective “war on drugs”.
The Wigan-born designer references her Indian heritage by connecting the dots between clothes, identity and culture in sensually revealing knitwear designs, having already developed a distinct style reminiscent of the skin-baring British designers of recent years.
The career of the bard of Salford spans five decades. From cabaret to punk, Nico to Kate Moss, Alex Turner to Paul McCartney, John Cooper Clarke has been there, rhymed that, and even survived 17 years on heroin. As he publishes his debut memoir I Wanna Be Yours, we ask: what makes him The People’s Poet?
No show? No problem. Instead, London Fashion Week’s ever-theatrical designer teamed up with Tim Walker on a super sexy (physical) photobook, for LOVERBOY’s SS21 collection, The Healing.
These lot know good art. They’ve been predicting the Next Big Thing since 1949, like Damien Hirst, Mark Leckey and even David Hockney. So take a moment and check out this year’s New Contemporaries – they’ll be filling a gallery near you soon.
Inspired by the original football fanzines of the ’80s and ’90s, two lifelong Gooners – Ed Fenwick and Max Giles – decided to set up their own a few years back.
What do a Glaswegian artist and a former Mr Universe have in common? They're related! And they both love the art of honing a svelte physique.
Influenced by his Newcastle roots, hardcore punk and DIY culture, Second Best is the label that doesn’t comply with the traditional notions of the fashion industry.
Relax. Smoke a fag. Put it out. See your friends. See the sights. Feel alright. Stare at the really good prints by emerging New York-via-Tokyo artist, Monika Mogi.
Get your fix as we dismantle and distill the digital (and socially distanced) fashion weeks from New York, London and beyond.
With the help of Jamie Hawkesworth, JW Anderson, Ashley Williams, Ronan McKenzie (and loads more), online marketplace Beirut Re-Store hopes to raise money following the city’s devastating explosion earlier this year.
Carpets that look like bacon and sofas that look like loaves of bread. Plus plenty of things that don't resemble food and will make your home look heavenly.
Having just shown his SS21 collection on models shrunk to marionette proportions, with the Fash Pack sat front row in puppet form, we catch up with Moschino’s creative director on life in quarantine, Anna Wintour and slumber parties with Miley.
Following last year’s successful exhibition-cum-knees up in London, curator Ben Broome returns with his fifth instalment in Paris. Masks on, go see work by Frank LeBon, Bianca Saunders, Rhea Dillon and more.
British Fashion Council sponsored designer Hattie Crowther, is making one-off garments taking influence from her working-class, northern roots and The Beautiful Game. And it’s sustainable. It’s a win-win!
MACHINE-A’s ex-buyer, Harry Fisher, has opened up shop, stocking the best in Brit-fash from Martine Rose to Ahluwalia. Here, we ask: is he mad for opening a clothing store in the middle of a pandemic?
Eden Loweth, the creative mind behind the gender-fluid London label, is ready to go at it alone. Tomorrow he’ll be showing his first collection as creative director, titled Therapy. Is he nervous? Let’s find out.
The 36-year-old started designing jewellery on a whim. Now, she’s on the lookout for an environmental organisation to supply her with sea pollutants for her designs.
With a solo exhibition now showing at JD Malat Gallery, Cumberland’s work is at times an uneasy glimpse into the fucked up world we live in – Trump and all.