The Athens-born designer created a Garden of Eden orgy for her AW20 presentation. But why so wet?
Ice-cold waters run deep for the London menswear designer tapped by Kanye, and making clothes for the dystopia.
Gucci, Prada, Fendi, Moschino and Marni, Iceberg, Versace, MSGM, Bottega Veneta and GCDS.
Since presenting her Central Saint Martins BA collection in 2018, the Canadian designer has been heralded as the “one to watch” by every fashion critic under the sun. Two years on, she’s back with her MA collection.
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.
Rui Zhou, Private Policy, Sandy Liang, Dion Lee, Puppets and Puppets, Proenza Schouler, Eckhaus Latta, Christian Cowan, Marc Jacobs...
The Swedish designer featured a makeshift “Joe Orton studio flat” in his AW20 collection. Here, we discuss the influence Orton had on the designer, and what the late playwright would make of today’s queer landscape.
Featuring: Miu Miu’s kisses capsule, Matthew Williams x Nike Zoom MMW 4, Moncler x JW Anderson, Browns x Stone Island and Tom Sachs’ forthcoming collab with Nike.
Set pulses racing with memorabilia from the cult film (including that diamond encrusted Furby pendant).
A diamond-encrusted roadsign for AJ Tracey, a blinged-out mousetrap for K Trap and visits from Manchester’s finest, Aitch. Welcome to A Jewellers.
The surf brand’s newest campaign is a whimsical medieval dream.
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!