Robyn Lynch, Saul Nash and Mowalola each brought the party in their own distinct ways.
The designer looked to the energy of Britain’s early ‘80s subcultures from ravers and new romantics, to skin heads and uniformed football fans for SS20.
The collection looked to an early internet aesthetic to take us firmly into the future.
The Royal College of Art designers sparking a fashion revolution.
Held at The British Library, the designer’s SS20 show was as much a nod to his love for books as it was a return to rebelliousness in British fashion.
A collaboration with the legendary pop artist Peter Blake made for a riotously colourful spectacle.
Retracing memories of her aunties getting ready to UKG and drinking Bacardi and Coke, Ahluwalia Studios’ SS20 collection was a colourful (and sustainable) ode to her roots.
All-white contact lenses, a stone circle and an eerie live set by Anna Calvi made for a spooky start to LFWM.
Malibu’s Paradise Cove beach, that is, for their SS20 menswear show.
Miuccia Prada shows a collection of Neopolitan knits and low-key tailored pieces in a Tron-style, neon-lit warehouse in Minsheng.
From the show to the afterparty – Alessandro Michele’s Gucci Cruise 2020 collection was a lesson in bohemian splendour, paired with urgent contemporary statements.
Blackpink is in your area: Lauren Maccabee documented the ‘Blinks’ in Manchester when the K-Pop superstars came to town.
The Australian label that sent models walking down a beachside runway in an emptied-out pool at Bondi Icebergs.
“I felt a responsibility to tell the story which was driven by anger, really; Irish women have experienced so much misfortune, and I knew I couldn’t just ignore it.”
Delving into the wardrobes of the season’s deadliest on-screen psychopaths. The ones that look just like us.
Football jerseys with a shout out to East London’s favourite Caribbean take-away, Peppers and Spice.
In a private Facebook group for fashion kids to talk shop and critique other’s outfits, a Japanese sexagenarian came to blow them away.
Dinosaurs, a Paul Smith-branded toilet seat, and 12 people named Paul or Paula Smith all feature inside the limited edition book.