The artistic director's AW21 Dior Men's collection hones in on the ceremony of the everyday. Think: extreme opulence with a flourish of subversion that explores the cross-pollination between fashion and art.
The French house’s AW21 menswear collection references the day-dreaming haze of, well, right now – when the closest we’ll get to freedom is bouncing wall-to-wall around our living rooms.
Virgil Abloh is unravelling the rules and regulations of Euro-centric, Western sartorial codes and questioning why we perceive people based on how they’re dressed. This season, for Abloh, is about creating a new vanguard – one that is bold, radical and inclusive.
Refresh, rewind, recall the joys of, well, anything besides whatever it is you’re doing now. Jonathan Anderson’s AW21 collection harks back to his early transgressive origins while refreshing the stale climate of now.
Founder and creative director Samuel Ross predicts a post-pandemic work-from-work outlook, and it’s as optimistic and liberating as we’d hoped. But, like our path to freedom, it’ll take some time to get there.
The LA-based designer and printmaker is concocting irresistible, vintage-style womenswear as an homage to her Korean-American heritage.
Titled “Possible Feelings”, the duo’s second collection zeroes in on tactility, sensuality and the physical and emotional way that clothes make us feel. All this, and long johns – soon to be the menswear piece of the season!
The London-based designer talks us through her first-of-its-kind audio-visual experience, taking viewers on a world tour that celebrates the “unremarkably intimate and radically strange”.
From ball bearing bras, to statement mini bags, this Parisian accessories designer has a vision as limitless and enticing as her big-name collaborator.
Last year, colourful, amorphous rings from jewellers La Manso, Bea Bongiasca, Beepy Bella and Blobb were spotted on celebs and Zoom calls alike. As the world remains under the thumb of a health crisis, THE FACE explores how outsider designers providing nonsensical escapism will continue to dominate in 2021.
Paying homage to Trinidadian carnival culture, the young designer and Fashion East newbie made a sizeable impression with his electrifying London Fashion Week collection debut.
Creative director Casey Cadwallader talks us through his imagination-stretching, headline-grabbing vision for Mugler, from A right through to Z.
The wig wizard talks us through seven of her spectacular ‘dos inspired by Japanese cartoons, neoclassical chandeliers and 18th Century Pouf hairstyles.
2020 in review: In October, it was confirmed that Crocs had made $117.2m in retail sales in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic. Here‘s why the foamy footwear that seems to fit our “unprecedented times” has seen a palpable shift towards acceptance in 2020 – whether you like it or not.
Bored of digital fashion shows? The British fashion house’s new Jonathan Glazer-directed film – that sees models splashing around in the mud wearing frothy tulle gowns – might just be the antidote you’ve been waiting for.
The magic of Athens, salt of the earth craftsmanship and pieces that are seriously easy on the eye. Dive into the mind of Kiki Karayiannis.
After an 18 month hiatus, London-via-Lagos collective Vivendii are back with a new cyber-inspired collection of neck warmers, tees and bags all in honour of Tekken.
2020 in review: As Wonder Woman 1984 opens in cinemas – only the second major film this entire year – we ask: is the collapse of moviegoing all the fault of 007?
Models practiced extreme social distancing at Anthony Vaccarello’s first off-schedule show set in a dramatic desert landscape, complete with equally as dramatic looks.
The Swedish designer “makes wearable butts and stuff”, working with pliable 3-D materials to create fashion you’ve never seen before.