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.
The LA-based designer and printmaker is concocting irresistible, vintage-style womenswear as an homage to her Korean-American heritage.
Off the Rails: This week, we meet Dutch designer Alyssa Groeneveld, whose graduate collection scored praise on and off the pitch, challenging modern masculinity in the process.
Picking up the L'Oréal Professionnel Young Talent Award last year, the Central Saint Martins graduate finds catharsis in his designs, merging his paint background with cut ’n sew.
Born and raised in Michigan, the Central Saint Martins graduate designer uses sustainable techniques to create future-facing pieces inspired by a thwarted competitive running career.
Off the Rails: Recently worn by FKA twigs, the CSM grad is as influenced by French philosophers as she is Francis Bacon. Oh, and she’d have Buddha and Angelina Jolie over for dinner.
The Central Saint Martins sculpture student creates work through a make-believe lens, offering an escape from his mental health while creating expressive characters of everyday people.
Based between Los Angeles and London, the Central Saint Martins graduate draws inspiration from the Powerpuff Girls and Charlie’s Angels to create dynamic, seductive garments balancing camp sensibilities and girl power.
The Central Saint Martins MA Fashion graduate and emerging designer recently debuted at London Fashion Week, with a technicoloured take on giving zero fucks.
Off the Rails: Inspired by lenticular technology, Cowboy Bebop and sprawling US road trips, the Taiwanese-American designer blends nostalgia and surrealism in her latest trippy collection.
Photographer Bolade Banjo meets Rain: a self-styled “technomadic vampire” who eats raw steak and bone marrow, and drinks a glass of blood every morning. You can read more in the Winter issue of THE FACE, out now.
Hard-on alert! The new magazine gives gay readers a chance to delve into fetish and homoerotica, no stigmas attached.
This year spells a new chapter for the London label, as Knowles and Alexandre Arsenault embrace a dark and sensual feline energy.
The Kanye-approved designer-slash-artist squirts the sweet and cool spirit of summer into Bimba y Lola’s #thisisHOT collection.
Central Saint Martins grad Bailey Slater’s inaugural magazine celebrates all things British, gay, and early Noughties – get ready for an adrenaline-fuelled ride, soundtracked by Girls Aloud.
In prison at 18 and facing a 10-year sentence, artist Johnny Costi decided to turn his life around. Here, Jackson Payne and Jack Layfield’s film, Bapou, traces his journey up until now.