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.
Bea Bongiasca’s made-in-Milan rings have wiggled their way into our hearts (and onto our fingers).
Forget Hatton Garden! Georgia Kemball, Ellie Mercer, Isabel Bonner, Bleue Burnham, Rebekah Bide and Joy BC are the young gold and silversmiths injecting new blood into heavy metals.
The 16th century torso-tightening garment has been reimagined for an internet generation. The results? Fabulously A-1 partywear.
Kim Jones’ AW21 collection will take you out of this world. Expect thumping house beats playing throughout and a DayGlo palette that illuminates even the greyest of years.
Her last collection sold out in its entirety in two days, then Cher gave her a shoutout on Twitter. Her approach to sustainability has been praised as nothing short of innovative. Now, the designer is back with her SS21 collection.
His eponymous brand is fruity, sexy, daring and above all, fun. This is how the 23-year-old designer plans to take over the world.
Skip the salon with these ornate, in-your-face fingertip drips.
Dill, along with FA riders Tyshawn Jones and Na-Kel Smith, discusses his newest karate-inspired capsule collection.
Go ahead, take a trip down the rabbit hole and discover Jiro Maestu’s off-beat, eco-friendly hats.
He shoots, he scores, he wears amazing clothes. The Everton and England striker invites us round to rifle through his enviable wardrobe. Diamond formation? That’s Burberry check, daahling.
Nevermind the seasons, forget the constraints. The Italian house has shown us just how to present a collection in 2020 with their innovative fashion festival, GucciFest, and a mini-series of films co-directed by Alessandro Michele and Gus Van Sant. We take a look behind the scenes.
Jack Greer is the artist and designer whose New York brand is elevating street-fashion, one crazy/glorious/delightful collage at a time.
Get your kink on with designer Bei Kuo’s strappy environmentally-friendly smalls.
No reason to dress up? No problem. Zhoosh up your stay-at-home wardrobe with these alternative sweatpants suppliers.
From anime girls in hair-rollers to cartoon crocs pissing on The Sun, Lost Art has spent two decades creating a wardrobe for the kids of the 0151.
Designer duo Alex Haddad and Skylar Newman are mixing dance, religious iconography, swimwear and prayerful music into one intoxicating whole.
Like baked beans, banging slogans and donating to a good cause? Then this graphic tee giving 50 per cent of its proceeds to food banks around London is for you.
With influences such as Kevin and Perry, Ali G and Beetlejuice, Donkwear might seem whimsical, but its designers see it as a serious alternative to fast fashion.
Inspired by sand dunes and Algeria’s ancient architecture, the Studio FY7 x New Balance 992 wants its wearer to proudly carry their heritage and history wherever they go.