From the pink polka-dot dress to the crimson bodysuit, House of Gucci costume designer Janty Yates explains how she masterminded the Gucci dynasty's key looks.
The New Wave component of The Fashion Awards celebrates 50 dynamic names set to shape the future of fashion.
The British menswear duo has designed a 23-piece collection for The Sims 4 Modern Menswear Kit, featuring argyle knits, tailored trousers and varsity jackets.
Emerging designers Jimmy Howe, Aaron Esh and Horace Page are proving that oftentimes, the most subversive fashion comes out of political bleakness.
The platform has reported a massive surge in searches for fairy grungecore, the latest aesthetic to take hold for the festive season.
Partnering with A Team Arts Education, the initiative will work with young people based in the East End of London keen to work in the creative industries.
Macaulay Culkin’s blue number in Gucci’s show has us thinking of the Hawaiian shirt in four key categories: The Existential Romantic, The Psychoactive Zonker, The Bad Boy, The Comic. Where do you fit?
Gifting clothes for Christmas has never been easier: THE FACE is here to lend a hand with super-soft knitwear, heavenly Heaven by Marc Jacobs, Comme des Garçons wallets to hold your coins and Bottega Veneta to spend your coins. Just figure out the sizing beforehand, alright?
Staged on Hollywood Boulevard, Alessandro Michele’s latest collection was rooted in his yearning for something bigger and better while growing up in a squat on the outskirts of Rome.
...and it’s one of their finest collabs yet.
The House of Genius space will house a number of exclusive pieces, including Moncler and HOKA®'s Mafate Speed 2, an elevated running shoe designed for rugged outdoor adventure. Kick off your city skates and scope it out.
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.
In Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections, the Italian house’s glittering legacy is traced from the excesses of its late ’80s beginnings and the hedonism of the ’90s, right through to the digital era of today.
A range of sustainable, genderless garments, it features organic sweats, underwear and T-shirts – perfect for the Sunday morning trip to the offie for a pint of milk.
THE FACE speaks to the creative director about his democratic approach to fashion, his pursuit of fashion films and making clothes for the women he sees every day.