Director Reiner Holzemer succeeded where everyone else failed, by tracking down the illusive Belgian designer for his all-encompassing documentary Martin Margiela: In His Own Words.
For his latest collection, John Galliano presented a film that paid homage to new-age mudlarkers, the sea and William Blake. Didn’t think you’d ever hear those three words in the same sentence? Us neither, but don’t worry – there were loads of great clothes in there, too.
After two years of enforced masking up, slogan tees have become the best way to speak up and speak out. The ruder the better, we say.
Get the look: In this week’s column, The Kimbino looks to the latest DC release, The Batman, and finds sartorial cues in Mugler, Rick Owens and Margiela. “We aren’t sacrificing fashion in the name of espionage,” she says.
Childlike joy, mundane surrealism and post-apocalyptic apparel – this is how designers are responding to oppression right now.
Antwerp’s MoMu Gallery tackles three decades of fashion in E/MOTION, exploring the defining socio-political moments in an exhibition that emphasises the transformative nature of clothing.
As seen on: Seven(ish) days of Rih in Versace shades, FKA twigs in KNWLS, Chloe Cherry in a rude t-shirt and Hunter Schafer in Margiela. Whew.
Yuhan Wang, Ashley Williams, Richard Malone, Charlotte Knowles, Matty Bovan, Fashion East, Marques'Almeida, Molly Goddard, Mimi Wade, Richard Quinn, MM6 Margiela and JW Anderson.
The best winter trends that are as cold as ice (and the weather).
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.
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.
Fancy wearing Jacquemus to your best mate’s birthday party or packing the latest Prada bag for your summer staycation? Thanks to rental services like Selfridges, Cocoon, By Rotation, Hurr and Endless Wardrobe, you can – affordably and sustainably.
Meet Miles George Daniel: the punk designer merging sculpture, fashion, environmental politics and art
Upcycling 005: Having just completed a degree in knitwear design at Middlesex University, Daniel is keen to break away from the binary notions of art and fashion, instead throwing it in a pot and shaking it all about.
Take a tour through, TikTok, pop culture’s new Wild West and Vaquera designer Patric DiCaprio’s favourite time-sucking obsession.