The actress and artist – who recently collaborated on a Rimowa campaign – talk about the wildest trips they’ve ever taken.
Y,IWO team up with bodybuilder and designer of Gold Gym’s legendary logo, Ric Drasin, for a collection inspired by the golden age of Muscle Beach.
The Swedish brand throws out their usual clean lines in favour of deconstruction and foraging.
As the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox stage the first Major League Baseball game in Europe, we catch up with the decorated director.
“Denim only ever looked good on Springsteen's buttocks” (or so they tell us).
The visionary Belgian designer has been pushing the boundaries of creativity since the early ‘80s. Today, he reissues some of the most iconic pieces from his archive.
Dev Hynes, Octavian and Hector Bellerin all walked in today’s Louis Vuitton show set in a postcard-perfect Parisian square.
Virgil Abloh’s latest collection is an ode to his love of art.
Backstage, shows, people, parties. Watch, listen, read.
A Classic Collaboration celebrates the white trainer in a series of short films. Here, Jourdan Dunn tells The Face what she wants to be when she grows up...
Men: do you know your babydolls from your basques? Your G-strings from your garters? Your bustiers from your bras? Why? Because you could be wearing lingerie soon.
“If fear of the future was last season’s theme, then this season is about how to cope with that fear,” says Xander Zhou.
The end of heroin chic’s popularity coincided with the shocking death of photographer Davide Sorrenti. A new documentary celebrates his life and work and questions why he was intrinsically tied to the movement.
Nodding to tribalism, the unpicking of social architecture and the use of holistic materials, Samuel Ross’ optimistic collection celebrates the human form.
The designer presented a collection of intricate pieces inspired by human anatomy, Mexican Easter flags, Ancient Egypt and Marie Kondo’s folding techniques.
Robyn Lynch, Saul Nash and Mowalola each brought the party in their own distinct ways.
The designer looked to the energy of Britain’s early ‘80s subcultures from ravers and new romantics, to skin heads and uniformed football fans for SS20.
The collection looked to an early internet aesthetic to take us firmly into the future.
The Royal College of Art designers sparking a fashion revolution.
Held at The British Library, the designer’s SS20 show was as much a nod to his love for books as it was a return to rebelliousness in British fashion.
A collaboration with the legendary pop artist Peter Blake made for a riotously colourful spectacle.