Can’t find the time to keep up with all the fashun? We’ve rounded up the biggest news of the week. Gird your loins...
It’s the print that never loses its cool. For decades, we’ve gone crazy for camo, but how do you wear it without looking like you’re about to join up?
Meet Alice Dodds, a self-taught beauty head who’s building her own tribe of underground weirdos.
We speak to the designer about her latest collaboration, subverting the “Hamptons man” and spiking the all-American brand with her British DNA in a subtly political collection that unpicks US subcultures.
The relic of ’80s dance-wear is back with a vengeance, as part of fashion’s wider fascination with dance workout gear. Ballerina sleaze, anyone?
Lyst has revealed the most popular bits of gear from the past few months, including Miu Miu’s ballet pumps, Diesel’s B-1DR belt and Balenciaga’s wraparound shades.
Closing its doors in 2020, the New York brand cultivated a devoted following and changed the way youth in the city dressed. Now, The Colors of Sies Marjan retraces its five-year influence.
Too fashion for a costume? Alright, spoilsport. SS23 was awash with darker themes, so you can get in on the action without mucking your face – or wardrobe – up.
Alexandra Leese’s latest zine sees her follow the model, muse and actress around the neon-lit streets of Tokyo for Heaven by Marc Jacobs.
Get it right this spooky season.
The young designer’s gear is a mashup of utility, sex and masculinity that can be found on the dancefloors of Berlin raves. But as well, a quiet romance that goes against traditional masculine tropes.
To celebrate 40 years of manufacturing in the UK, the brand threw a party at their HQ in Cumbria.
Everyone’s favourite East London boutique is releasing a special anniversary capsule to mark 15 years in the biz. We asked founder Kyle Stewart some silly questions to learn more.