Influenced by his Newcastle roots, hardcore punk and DIY culture, Second Best is the label that doesn’t comply with the traditional notions of the fashion industry.
Israeli-born, Manhattan-based designer Maayan Sherris earned her stripes working for The Row. Now, she’s tackling waste and hypersexualisation in the swimwear industry, one bathing suit at a time.
Get your fix as we dismantle and distill the digital (and socially distanced) fashion weeks from New York, London and beyond.
Whether through Stüssy prints or opera coats, Ghanaian art collabs or Air Jordan drops, Kim Jones is pushing the envelope pour homme right now. Tremaine Emory chats with the James Joyce-Judy Blame-Larry Levan-loving artistic director of Dior Men.
At 16-years-old, McKenzie is hoping that her ownership of a Brooklyn-based beauty supply store – while going to school and taking college classes – will show other young Black girls that they can do it too.
The British footwear designer is the mastermind behind some of the the brand's most innovative pieces, namely the Yeezy x D. Rose prototype basketball shoe.
Having just shown his SS21 collection on models shrunk to marionette proportions, with the Fash Pack sat front row in puppet form, we catch up with Moschino’s creative director on life in quarantine, Anna Wintour and slumber parties with Miley.
British Fashion Council sponsored designer Hattie Crowther, is making one-off garments taking influence from her working-class, northern roots and The Beautiful Game. And it’s sustainable. It’s a win-win!
Co-founders Acyde, Tremaine Emory and Brock Korsan team up with the streetwear supremo for a collaborative collection that references iconic '80s pop-culture moments.
A snapshot of the crop of community-driven labels making T-shirts and trainers a force for good and favouring giving back over cashing in.
The London skate brand is dropping a new technicolour collection tomorrow, with all profits going to the Stephen Lawrence Trust charity to champion a fairer, more inclusive society.
MACHINE-A’s ex-buyer, Harry Fisher, has opened up shop, stocking the best in Brit-fash from Martine Rose to Ahluwalia. Here, we ask: is he mad for opening a clothing store in the middle of a pandemic?
Eden Loweth, the creative mind behind the gender-fluid London label, is ready to go at it alone. Tomorrow he’ll be showing his first collection as creative director, titled Therapy. Is he nervous? Let’s find out.
From Naples nightclubs to the birth of London’s modern menswear, and from early Martine Rose shows to the emergence of Mowalola, Brooke McCord sketches out 20 years of Lulu Kennedy’s glorious Fashion East family.
The German label sits at the intersection of fashion and architecture, weaving silicone lace into contemporary fashion statements.
The 36-year-old started designing jewellery on a whim. Now, she’s on the lookout for an environmental organisation to supply her with sea pollutants for her designs.