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In 2021, ring designers are giving the finger to tradition

Last year, colourful, amorphous rings from jewellers La Manso, Bea Bongiasca, Beepy Bella and Blobb were spotted on celebs and Zoom calls alike. As the world remains under the thumb of a health crisis, THE FACE explores how outsider designers providing nonsensical escapism will continue to dominate in 2021.

Dial M for Mugler

Creative director Casey Cadwallader talks us through his imagination-stretching, headline-grabbing vision for Mugler, from A right through to Z.

Talking hair with Kiyoko Odo

The wig wizard talks us through seven of her spectacular ​‘dos inspired by Japanese cartoons, neoclassical chandeliers and 18th Century Pouf hairstyles.

Croc nation: the divisive shoe is here to stay

2020 in review: In October, it was confirmed that Crocs had made $117.2m in retail sales in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic. Here‘s why the foamy footwear that seems to fit our “unprecedented times” has seen a palpable shift towards acceptance in 2020 – whether you like it or not.

Want jewels like Dua?

Bea Bongiasca’s made-in-Milan rings have wiggled their way into our hearts (and onto our fingers).

Escape to Dior Men’s funkified universe

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.

Heels over head with Ancuta Sarca

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.

Dawn of a new Gucci with Harry, Billie & co

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.

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