Dive into Pringle’s distinctive 1980s archive. Now reissued and worn by Lucien Clarke, Jess Maybury and Lennon Gallagher.
Fashion East, Matty Bovan, Marta Jackubowski, Marques Almeida, Molly Goddard, Simone Rocha, Ashish, Supriya Lele...
A new book by Rizzoli lays bare the incontestable influence the Kaiser had on the industry during his tenure at Chanel.
Stocking style warriors of immense proportions.
The Parisian haunt – famous for outrageous outfits and punk rock on the dance floor – was a major source of inspiration for the French designer.
VFILES, Helmut Lang, Sies Marjam, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Vaquera, Eckhaus Latta...
‘Fashion Central Saint Martins’ details the rich history of the London school’s famed alumni, past and present. But what does it take to walk down the famous halls, and what does the future look like for CSM?
F-LAGSTUF-F is the Tokyo streetwear export, weaving its roots in the global fashion scene thanks to its eye-catching graphic tees and authentic skate roots.
The fashion label born from a lifetime of punk, skate and surf.
Paris-based designer and creative wizard PZ Opassuksatit teams up with Helmut Lang for a lesson in love.
The Dover Street Market stocked designer meticulously crafts every single piece by hand without a stitch in sight.
Rui Zhou, Ximon Lee and Commission are just some of a new crop of Asian designers repping their heritage while making inspired garms.
Following the release of their hyped concrete-dipped Nike trainers, the Atlanta duo spill their fashion fill.
George Wayne meets the 80-year-old to chat through his histrionic contributions to fashion and how he first came to Paris by boat from Japan.
To celebrate Gucci’s new genderfree scent, artists and rock stars come together for a wild, bohemian ride.
The visionary behind cult label UNDERCOVER, talks punk, the art of collaboration and the “madness and humour” of Cindy Sherman’s work.
Sophie Hardeman wants you to get some (and look good while you do).
Lou Dallas’ (real name: Raffaella Hanley) designs are an escape from the mundane.
Acid colours and trippy graphics make an appearance in the house’s latest collection exploring the psychedelia of The Beatles’ film.