The Canadian artist and photographer’s third fashion collection, I’m Sorry, features Euphoria’s Chloe Cherry in its campaign and pokes fun at our favourite social media clichés.
More than just a casual trouser, this season designers have found ever-inventive ways to reimagine your blue best friend.
Whether you’re a Depop drama queen or an Uncut Jaahm in the rough, with high-impact makeup ruling the runway this season, there’s a look to suit every mood and personality.
After the glitz and glam of Milan, it's time for a final pit-stop in Paree. First up: Vaquera, Ottolinger, Saint Laurent, Off-White, Acne, Balmain, Celine Homme, Isabel Marant, Rick Owens, AKVW, Marine Serre, VTMNTS, Hermès, Miu Miu and loads more...
The leather studded fantasy is taking TikTok by storm, but is it time to move past trends that frame women in relation to the men in their lives?
In photos: This season, the designer revels in characters found on the beaches of her Alméria hometown in a collection seeped in 3D techniques, distorted knots and sexy strappy swimwear.
The photographer’s new book, While You Were Sleeping, presents unseen photos from London’s clubs between 1998 and 2000. Here, the great Geordie describes the dancefloor’s pre-millennial magic.
Get the look: In this week’s column, The Kimbino looks to the latest DC release, The Batman, and finds sartorial cues in Mugler, Rick Owens and Margiela. “We aren’t sacrificing fashion in the name of espionage,” she says.
Manchester’s Northern Quarter has been in a tug-of-war for some time. It's Big Biz on one side, independent spirit on the other. But out of this has come an exciting city style, with brands like Donkwear and Drama Call making noise across the country.
To celebrate adidas’ latest Spezial collection, we tackled Arsenal’s ace defender on all sorts. And no, we didn’t stick the boot in.
After the buzz of London, we greet our friends in Italy: Diesel, Fendi, Prada, Blumarine, Moschino, JW Anderson, GCDS, Palm Angels, Marni and Bottega Veneta. Get involved!
Life may be a let down, but a continuing trend of blown-up garments – from Diesel to Dingyun Zhang – is keeping us upbeat and buoyant.
Fashion show protests have a long and messy history, with Molly-Mae's Pretty Little Thing show the latest to hit the headlines. But as the line between designers and activists blurs, what role do protests play today?
With the likes of Molly Goddard, Conner Ives, Nensi Dojaka, Ahluwalia and Fashion East, this is your one-stop fashion week spot for the London collections.
We’ve trawled the depths of TikTok, the nichest corners of the internet, London’s sweatiest clubs and local shopping centres to find out what all the cool kids are wearing. From mall rats and happy campers to medieval mystics and Depop drama queens, here’s where the youth are now pledging their sartorial allegiances...
The Irish menswear designer reprised her collaboration with outerwear giant Columbia this season, pushing herself to innovate beyond what she ever thought possible.
Get the Look: Caught up with jeen-yuhs yet? If not, wet your whistle with The Kimbino’s latest column for THE FACE, where she dissects all things Ye.
The designer and creative director takes THE FACE for a spin, shares tips for a Lunar New Year feast and reveals big plans for the brand’s 20th-anniversary celebrations.
Just in time for V Day, co-founders Hattie Tennant and Minna Bunting have released a red-hot, environmentally-friendly collection guaranteed to get you in the mood.
Get the look: This week, The Kimbino salutes the greatest blonde to ever grace our screens (sorry, Marilyn), retracing her best looks from the ’90s and finding contemporary versions in Marine Serre, Balenciaga, Miaou and more.
Lurrrrv is in the air... and you’d better buy your other half a decent pressie in time for Monday. Lucky for you, we’re on hand.