Fantastical, romantic and totally otherworldly: is it any wonder why corsets are having a moment? (The answer is “no”.)
Upcycling 002: Chopova Lowena is the non-conformist clothing label scoring points for its twisted take on traditional wears.
The Face speaks to the co-founder of The Custom Movement, an online marketplace trading custom kicks at purse-friendly prices in a bid to restructure the resale market.
The streetwear label once shunned by the fashion world, is now synonymous with youth culture.
Founder and designer Yesawi wants people to consider the heritage of the Middle East when getting to know his label.
The designer discusses her SS20 collection – featuring patchwork sweaters and flamboyant party dresses – shown at Seoul Fashion Week.
The fashion designer and head of jewellery at Dior Homme weighs in on her new unisex line of Chucks inspired by the military bunny boot.
Now should be a great time for retail. So why are shops like Forever 21, Topshop and Barneys filing for bankruptcy?
The Sonic Youth frontwoman and her daughter – an artist and model – size up each other’s work.
Ahead of the brand’s latest capsule drop, designer Sonya Sombreuil explains why everyone wants to be in the Come Tees team.
Upcycling 001: Taking you from the workplace to the sticky-floored club, Caitlin Price has teamed up with her sister to design a sexy and affordable take on fashion sustainability.
The Fear of God founder talks time and space, faith and redefined luxury at the launch of the label’s first physical store.
Shown at Frieze, the duo’s SS20 collection marks the birth of the Symonds Pearmain woman 2.0.