Louise Trotter’s latest outing for the heritage label offers a rousing call-to-arms, expressed through lively silhouettes and innovative use of fabrics.
If there’s anyone who can design for utility as we almost return to normality, it’s Miuccia Prada. And when Raf Simons casts a vibrant net over her practical pieces, they both hit the sweet spot.
With a presentation designed to delight your senses, this season, Ricardo Tisci wants you to listen up.
The Albanian-born, London-based designer further developed her minimalist, ’90s-influenced aesthetic with a series of extra sexy deconstructed looks.
Maria Grazia Chiuri delivers a refined take on workwear, comfort and optimism.
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 creative director presented his new collection with a self-directed short film, providing fresh glamour with an edge against the backdrop of Nice’s gorgeous vistas.
From lots of fabric to, um, very little fabric indeed, here are all the looks you’ll be clamouring for next spring.
Inspired by the work of Swiss photographer Hans Feurer, the French designer presented an athletic, buoyant collection with a feminine edge.
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.
Daniel Lee presented his SS22 collection for the Italian house in Detroit, showcasing a uniform for our return to “real life”, imbued with a welcome theatricality.
In photos: Gabber ravers, acid housers and ’80s illustrator Syd Brak brush shoulders in the British designer’s heady latest collection, shot by Rosie Marks, Sharna Osborne and Camille Vivier. Steady now...
The electrifying menswear designer grows in innovation – and shares his first womenswear look in a collection inspired by his teenage school years.
Jonathan Anderson goes out clubbing for the Spanish house’s latest menswear collection, with a serious sexual appetite and a mood to move.
Angular cuts! Meticulous craft! Austere lines! The influence of Paloma Picasso makes for a deadly, razor-sharp collection by Anthony Vaccarello.