Never mind the doom and gloom. If the SS22 collections are anything to go by, head-to-toe black is out and big, brash colour is in, in, IN!
Demna Gvasalia’s SS22 offering for the French house probes at the line between the fake and the authentic, with “Gucci” bags, Divine inspiration, deepfakes and pure power looks.
In their latest pairing, ’70s and ’80s silhouettes are reimagined in only the brightest of colours – ready for a summertime proper.
Virginie Viard’s SS22 collection paid playful tribute to Chanel classics and the glitzy runway shows of hedonistic eras – and the rose-tinted joy was contagious.
Ushering in a new fearless attitude for the season ahead, Charlotte Knowles and Alexandre Arsenault’s subterranean show was a high octane, adrenaline packed affair.
Starring Dior, Saint Laurent, Isabel Marant, Loewe, Balenciaga, Hermès, Givenchy, Vivienne Westwood, Maison Margiela, Stella McCartney, Chanel, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton. Whew.
Taking the helm of the Italian brand, the Belgian designer creates a new chapter only for the brave – and painfully stylish.
Grimes, as per, is leading the way with a patchwork mix of coffin-shaped tips, shorter square shapes and long sharpened points. We dig it.
The mega duo are back for an SS22 collection rooted in the woodlands. Get off yer asses and get outside, we say.
Moncler Genius’ SS22 show leads viewers through five cities across the globe in real time, traversing the realms of fashion, film, music, art and extreme sport along the way.
Forget the sexually cartoonish approach of the late ’90s and early ’00s. In the fashion world, a more thoughtful approach to uniforms is in the air.
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.
Fendace, Gucci and Balenciaga, Balenciaga and The Simpsons (!): this year has seen a wave of fashion moments that cause ripples and disruption, taking things to the next level.
2021 in review: As we geared towards a summer of hedonism, the anti-climatic months were exacerbated by collections pointing to practicality in September. Here’s how fashion found its libido, only to remind us of the dreaded 9 to 5.