In an extract from Lauren Cochrane’s The Ten: The Stories Behind the Fashion Classics, the London designer talks raves, Brexit and the versatility of a wardrobe staple.
Hedi Slimane presented an electric womenswear show, set against the idyllic backdrop of the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, near Paris.
The French designer and Central Saint Martins student’s hedonistic take on bondage culture transcends the boundaries of wearability through seductive, larger-than-life 3D pieces.
Ten years and 20 collections later, the rebellious Lagos label is still fearlessly making a case for androgyny against a conservative backdrop.
The Hungarian designer is cooking up a cauldron of frilly, frothy goods influenced by their love of horror, while simultaneously fighting for trans rights in their hometown.
MAC Cosmetics’ make-up maestro Terry Barber weighs in on the beauty trends set to make a comeback from 21st June.
The Parisian house’s creative director designs for the people, restructuring traditional methods and creating garments that work with the body – not against it, as seen in today’s pulsating SS21 collection.
Felipe Oliveira Baptista’s vision for a post-pandemic future is optimistically club-ready, embracing every colour of the rainbow and capturing the exuberant spirit of Kenzō Takada’s design legacy.
This season, LOVERBOY embraces the darkness of the past year in Gloom, while yearning for the dancefloors rooted in the London brand’s DNA.
The 33 designers became bedroom bound mid-term, waving a solemn goodbye to the Central Saint Martins studios (they were paying for). But it didn’t get in the way of their graduate collections – if anything, it made them even better.
One for the die hard fans, the designer’s AW21 collection references his sci-fi past in oversized knitwear and impeccable tailoring. But his style diktats are, as ever, filtering downwards to define the next youth culture movement.
Despite launching less than seven months ago, the secretive East London accessories label is making a stamp on the fashion industry, one plush bag and sandal at a time.
The Central Saint Martins MA Fashion graduate and emerging designer recently debuted at London Fashion Week, with a technicoloured take on giving zero fucks.
The designer and artistic director of Fendi and Dior Men’s talks us through the sights, scenes and subcultures that inform his latest Nike and Converse collaboration, one that centres around a silhouette synonymous with his younger years.
Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest venture into the unknown unfolds the mind-bending possibilities of a space-age future.
Taking to the snowy hills of Cortina d’Ampezzo, Miuccia Prada counterbalances warrior-like practicality with a playful sensuality: “The two do not have to be mutually exclusive.”
Maria Grazia Chiuri embraces fantasy for the house’s AW21 collection, exploring the magical themes and twisted tales of the Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault.
The designer’s new film, directed by Zoe Que, celebrates femininity, water, ritual and self-love to mark the launch of Di Petsa and Ugo Paulon for LN-CC.
Catch up with Marine Serre, Acne Studios, Rick Owens, Loewe, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, Isabel Marant, Hermès, Givenchy, Versace, Dior, Chanel, Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton...
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