She has 11.5 million followers on TikTok and is dating one of the app’s swoon-worthy e-boys, Noen Eubanks. Now the Yorkshire teen is readying to up sticks to Los Angeles to carve out a space as YouTube’s Gen Z voice on beauty.
Imagined by 22-year-old Morenike Ajayi, this meme account curates outfits for the modern, post-lockdown woman with punchy, exposing captions to match.
Australian jewellery designer Seb Brown weighs in on his love of precious metals, the pleasure in creating and his new Melbourne shop-studio hybrid, at which his rings are handmade.
Prada’s new Re-Nylon drop is packed with sustainable pieces made from bits of ocean plastic. Yorkshireman Danny Lomas talks us through the coat that’s giving him superpowers and the “Prada bad boy” that’s set to save him 5p on the reg.
And not in the fashion sense. These designs are The Real McCoy.
From buying shirts off random people’s backs to criss-crossing Europe’s thrift stores with his military sack, Ladi Kazeem does whatever it takes to find the rarest tees.
The Los Angeles-based designer on his seventh collection that’s navigating the brand into a new luxury space, while transcending flash in the pan trends.
Noah founder Brendon Babenzien discusses his design inspiration, favourite running playlist and why his adidas collaboration is more than just a drop in the ocean.
Babak Radboy and Telfar Clemens’ community-driven “Bag Security Program” is the anti-hype antidote to fashion’s resale quandary.
Referencing Dame Vivienne Westwood, New Order merchandise and copies of The Face from back in the day, 22-year-old designer Sam Nowell is all about the romantic nostalgia of 1980s and ’90s Britain.
Having graduated from Central Saint Martins’ MA programme this year, the German-born, Paris-based designer references sexpots from Prince and Freddie Mercury, to Roman sculptures and Robert Mapplethorpe’s black and white muscle figures – and they’re every bit as sexy as they sound.
Meet Rachel Gasser: the serial dyer, colouring the hair of a sleepy Switzerland town one head a time.
Want to dress like twigs? The artist’s stylist and creative director Matthew Josephs, breaks down the palpitation-inducing looks that appear in the video for 645AR feat. FKA twigs Sum Bout U.
From magenta knuckle dusters to big sparkly sunset colour gems, Adriana Manso is packing personality into upcycled plastic rings.
The global R&B superstar sisters star in, and were given were given complete creative control over, Fendi’s latest #MeAndMyPeekaboo campaign.
In response to the pandemic, a number of fashion houses opted not to use models this season. Instead they found their replacements in their own backyard. These are the designers and non-models who've been showcasing their own clothes.
The French fashion house is blitzing the For You page with the app’s most famous e-boys, including former Face cover star Noen Eubanks.
The Central Saint Martins graduate with a community-first ethos is on a mission to reclaim Black identity via her surrealistic designs. Think: Whitney lyrics, twisted tailoring and a new tee featuring dolls wearing dresses and “executive realness” suits.
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.
With strong ties to the north and a proper northern name, Liverpudlian journalist Paul Toner has created a zine that caters to the working-class boys of his hometown who are into fashion, but don’t want to be lectured through an arty-farty lens.
Bianca Saunders, Per Gotessen, Christopher Bailey… even Ossie bloomin’ Clarke – Royal College of Art has churned out an impressive alumni since its early beginnings, so it’s only natural we’re front and centre (at our laptops) when the Class of 2020 show off their shiny collections, online.
From Sex print deckchairs and fans, to anti-virus masks and wipe clean card holders, Christopher Kane’s new More Joy drop is bringing the heat while ensuring safety first in a time of pandemic.