Boots meet beats…
In the 2010s streetwear infiltrated high fashion. In the 2020s gaming is set to take the front row.
The two star as the “iconic Givenchy couple” for the brand’s SS20 campaign.
Picking some cotton and pulling no punches: the designer, artist and co-founder of No Vacancy Inn on his collaboration with Levi’s.
From need-to-know designers, to groundbreaking innovation, your handy guide to sartorial sustainability starts here.
Nicolas Ghesquière references the low-brow, sci-fi and horror comics of the 1950s and ’60s in the new Louis Vuitton lookbook and it’s three-thumbs-up from us.
February 1984: “The badly-dressed people are always the most interesting,” says Jean-Paul Gaultier. His zany and iconoclastic creations have managed to bemuse even the most modern tastes. Here are six of the most striking, described and photographed by the designer himself.
Because we’re so good to you, here are our top picks from the Men’s AW20 shows, featuring Martine Rose, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Dior and more.
It’s a new era of opulence for menswear. Magpies, rejoice!
By the light of the crescent-moon: how the French designer’s logo is a mark of upcycling innovation and style for the 24-hour generation.
Following Kim Jones’ Dior tribute to the Buffalo gang icon, we revisit Blame’s archive stories for The Face.
Less peacocking, more stolen moments: photographer Marc-Henri Ngandu captures the best looks at the AW20 menswear shows.
The London-based designer hopped over to the continent to show his explosive – and moving – AW20 collection.
Kim Jones paid tribute to the memory of late, legendary stylist and Buffalo gang member Judy Blame.
Sankuanz, Off-White, JW Anderson, Y-Project, Valentino, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Louis Vuitton, Berluti, GmbH, Dior, Vetements, Balmain, Loewe, Sacai, Jacquemus, Lanvin, Craig Green, Ludovic De Saint Sernin, Acne Studios and Alyx.
Her resin rings went viral and now she’s too busy to make us one. FFS.
An en suite tour of the Kanye-approved label’s new collection.
Inspired by the work of David Wojnarowicz, JW Anderson’s AW20 collection encourages optimism in uncertain times.
Inspired by the alt-icons beloved of Creative Director Alessandro Michele growing up – Nirvana, David Bowie and Marilyn Manson – Gucci’s AW20 collection encouraged men to embrace femininity, vulnerability and kindness.
Starring: Bottega Veneta, Dsquared2, Marni, Marcelo Burlon, MSGM, Prada, Fendi, Alexander McQueen, A-COLD-WALL*, Giorgio Armani and Gucci.
Photographer Marc-Henri Ngandu captures candid shots of fashion’s frontline at the AW20 menswear shows.
Gamers from Fnatic – a leading eSports organisation – were amongst the fashion house’s front row turnout today. A hint at their 2020 vision, perhaps?