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.
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.
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.
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.
After a two year break, Ami Hughes is back with her latest issue, exploring traditions – like Christmas and Easter – in all their weird fantastical glory.
Get the Look: With the Biggest News Ever dropping on Monday, The Kimbino felt it was only right to dedicate this week’s column to the art of the celeb pregnancy reveal.
This year, menswear is opting for the big shoulder. It’s time to take up even more space, boys… though you don’t really need it, do you?
Documenting the Nameplate debunks the notion that nameplates are nothing more than fancy bits of bling, celebrating the rich, emotional history behind the pieces.
From Vanna Youngstein's Euphoria-approved baby tees to Praying's rhinestone crop tops, shrunken T-shirts are your post-pandemic solution to looking cool while staying comfy.
The Bajan singer announced her pregnancy on Monday, wearing a wide pair of jeans that dragged through the New York City slush. Warning: this style is not to be tried at home. Some things are better left to Rih.
The movement that gave us 500 Days of Summer and ukulele YouTube covers aplenty, twee fashion is back. But for some, its revival is bringing back memories of the toxic body image ideals that were originally associated with the movement.
Amid mass job resignations and Brexit-aggravated economic strain in the UK, young women are repurposing the Y2K staple – jeans and a nice top – and finding new meaning in 2022.
Get the Look: These days you can’t swig a Red Stripe without someone bringing up the indie sleaze resurgence. So for this week’s column, The Kimbino unpacks the dirty, filthy Tumblr days of Sky Ferreira, Pixie Geldof and Loud-era Rihanna.
The Neil Armstrong-inspired mega-boot has been enjoying a big fashion renaissance recently, adopted by nostalgia-loving Gen Zers and worn by Dua Lipa, Lourdes Leon and Iris Apatow.
Are fashion’s scary statistics making your head spin? We’ve put together a handy guide of the best eco-friendly brands to splash your cash on this year.
The creative polymath behind Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa's Prisoner music video, Alana O’Herlihy (aka Lil Mami Lani) walks us through everything she does each day to feel fresh and look even fresher.
We’re having a Big Bally Moment, as proven by Y/Project and Loewe at the AW22 menswear shows. But what’s really lurking behind the apocalyptic-leaning trend?