For the 21st instalment of Women’s Tales – Miu Miu’s short film series – the filmmaker presents Shangri-La, an exploration of sexiness and power through a trans woman’s lens.
Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’s second collection as creative directors sees the grandeur of cinematic glamour merge with a palpable optimism for a freeing post-pandemic world.
Moschino’s creative director places emphasis – perhaps more than ever – on the need for fantasy, optimism and hope for the Italian house’s AW21 collection.
Introducing the fashion grads set to take the cut, stitch and sewin’ worlds by storm (if their electrifying final collections are anything to go by).
Almost a month ago, the Italian house’s creative director presented his first couture collection with a focal lens on Great British bohemianism. This time round, he’s fully immersed in the Fendi family’s ancestral roots.
Street skating and street beers in locked down London: Palace present their stellar new collaboration.
Closing London Fashion Week with a great big bang are two newcomers this season, HRH and Jawara Alleyne, while Maximilian, Goom and Nensi Dojaka evolve their designs in even more inventive ways.
Jordan Bowen and Luca Marchetto have drawn inspiration from their experiences in recovery from addiction, putting together a sombre collection that refutes our collective obsession with the future.
Having only graduated from Middlesex University’s BA Fashion course last year, the sustainably-minded punk designer presented his first collection today, subverting tailored suits, tracksuits and shirts to dizzying effects.
In an experimental AW21 collection titled Superimpose, the menswear designer explores the offbeat works of Man Ray, Erwin Wurm and Jean Cocteau for pieces that defy gravity and play to her strengths.
Ahluwalia, Art School, Saul Nash, Central Saint Martins, Matty Bovan, Molly Goddard, Bianca Saunders, Vivienne Westwood, Miles George Daniel, Burberry, JordanLuca, Simone Rocha, JW Anderson...
After a busy year, sustainably-minded designer Priya Ahluwalia presents her biggest and most accomplished collection to date, transcending time, borders and generations.
There’s a palpable confidence in Eden Loweth’s second season at the helm of his brand since the departure of his partner. This season, there’s a refined attitude and a broader spectrum of political messaging throughout.
Making clothes for men to move, the innovative designer places emphasis on reimagining the needs and wants of his wearer. This season, he takes his vision to new heights, with a personal narrative.
If this year’s AW21 shows are anything to go by, men in skirts are here to stay – even if you’re not Harry Styles. But are we even close to seeing the average bloke in a knee-length number?
Based between Los Angeles and London, the Central Saint Martins graduate draws inspiration from the Powerpuff Girls and Charlie’s Angels to create dynamic, seductive garments balancing camp sensibilities and girl power.
The London designer birthed her brand in lockdown via Instagram, creating reworked masterpieces that are “bigger than just clothes or aesthetics”.
Bleach founder Alex Brownsell’s guide to wearing your heart on your head this Valentine’s Day.
Born and raised in Michigan, the Central Saint Martins graduate designer uses sustainable techniques to create future-facing pieces inspired by a thwarted competitive running career.
This alt-homeware brand is sewing and stuffing off-the-wall objects to spruce up your pad, while also providing some much needed lockdown stress relief.
French Renaissance influences and harsh, dark details characterise a politically-driven AW21 collection. Contrastingly, though, the light could be nearer than we had hoped.
Knitting ain’t just for nans, and Alicia Robinson is proving it head on. A disruptor at heart, the designer draws from rebellious subcultures of Britain’s hazy past to create bold new statements, challenging common knitwear tropes in 2021.
The London skate brand is back with a selection of premium outdoorsy get-ups, perfect for spring. Bring on the sunshine.