Style

Sustainable streetwear for a better world

The proceeds for Air Pangea’s Earth Day collection will go to Isla Urbana, a charity committed to providing clean water to Mexican families by harvesting and recycling rainwater.

How men have ruled the pandemic red carpets”

Award ceremony red carpets have transformed over the past year. There's the obvious differences like the absence of, you know, actual red carpets, but the most stand out change? Male stars upping their style game.

Saint Laurent’s post-pandemic prediction is bright as hell

Burberry’s ode to fierce femininity

Riccardo Tisci’s latest offering is elegant, eccentric and empowered in equal measure. “Undoubtedly one of his strongest collections yet,” writes Daisy Woodward.

Shape-shifting jewels with a Y2K twist

Toronto-based designer, Steff Eleoff, sacked off her MFA in New York to pursue jewellery design – a decision that’s proving worthwhile, one seductive piece at a time.

Gucci’s shot of sartorial serotonin

With last night’s collection reveal marking 100-years of the storied Italian house, Alessandro Michele enlisted the help of Balenciaga to bring the party – and it was a dazzling affair.

The bold new era of Great British menswear

Designers like Ahluwalia, Saul Nash, Bianca Saunders and the emerging grads from Central Saint Martins’ MA Fashion course are reigniting the flame. Here, THE FACE charts their unstoppable rise.

Martine Rose on the power of the T‑shirt

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.

Kenzo AW21: born to be wild

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.

CSM MA Fashion: big talent takes a leap over a crap year

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.

Raf Simons looks back to the offbeat future

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.

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