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    American fashion designers need to make more noise on the global stage if they are to progress. The Met Gala might have been a good place to start.

  • Unpicking Menswear: the V&A’s Blockbuster New Show

    The V&A’s first major exhibition on men’s fashion sets out to unpick menswear, and men, at the seams. Tony Wilkes works out what it means.

  • Why Eve Babitz Matters

    The Huntington Library, California, has acquired the Eve Babitz archive. Tony Wilkes explains why the memoirist and fashion writer matters.

  • London Fashion Week: Best in Show for AW22

    As the industry steps back onto the physical runway, the best of London Fashion Week’s designers dazzled with ingenuity. A sure-footed celebration of community, connection and talent.

  • The return of Clements Ribeiro

    Inacio Ribeiro, the brilliant Brazilian designer who founded Clements Ribeiro with his wife and fellow designer Suzanne Clements, talks frankly about the brand’s return.

  • Afro-Exuberance: a fusion fashion style

    The visual identity of Afrobeats is having an impact on fashion, says stylist Samuel Adekolu.

  • Time for intuitive dressing?

    Could cultivating a singular sense of style be a form of self-care? Five intuitive dressers say yes.

  • The big underwear rethink: Gen Z goes gender-equal

    Remember Victoria’s Secret? A new wave of small, focused and inclusive brands are reshaping the future of underwear.

  • The Best of London Fashion Week SS22

    After months of virtual shows and online presentations, this season’s London Fashion Week took fashion buyers and press up-close and personal with British design talent.

  • How the Fashion Magazine Cover went Activist

    The covers of fashion magazines – as well as their internal content – are becoming less fixated on fashion, pivoting to project activist values. A new generation approves.

  • And Just Like That… the City is Sexy Again

    The reboot of cult TV series Sex and the City has begun shooting and the internet is awash with first looks of Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis as they reprise their iconic characters.
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BMX: Time for a revival?

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American fashion designers need to make more noise on the global stage if they are to progress. The Met Gala might have been a good place to start.
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Reflections on Metaverse Fashion Week

Reflections on Metaverse Fashion Week

History was made, the results were thrilling but uneven. FashionUnfiltered’s first Metaverse Editor reports from the very first Metaverse Fashion Week in Decentraland
Apr 11
Unpicking Menswear: the V&A’s Blockbuster New Show

Unpicking Menswear: the V&A’s Blockbuster New Show

The V&A’s first major exhibition on men’s fashion sets out to unpick menswear, and men, at the seams. Tony Wilkes works out what it means.
Mar 23
Weaving Rainfall: The First Major Collaboration Between Fashion and Art

Weaving Rainfall: The First Major Collaboration Between Fashion and Art

French artist Michel Dubost worked with the Lyonnaise silk weaver François Ducharne from 1922 to 1933. Together, they produced some of the most beautiful silk weaves and prints used by Parisian couturiers including Vionnet, Poiret, Lelong, Schiaparelli, and Chanel
May 02
Why Eve Babitz Matters

Why Eve Babitz Matters

The Huntington Library, California, has acquired the Eve Babitz archive. Tony Wilkes explains why the memoirist and fashion writer matters.
Mar 15
London Fashion Week: Best in Show for AW22

London Fashion Week: Best in Show for AW22

As the industry steps back onto the physical runway, the best of London Fashion Week’s designers dazzled with ingenuity. A sure-footed celebration of community, connection and talent.
Mar 07
Longchamp’s new champion: Hector Cassegrain

Longchamp’s new champion: Hector Cassegrain

A classic French brand still run by the founding family now has great-grandson Hector Cassegrain on board. He explains how he’s been prepared all his life to work at Longchamp.
Feb 16
The return of Clements Ribeiro

The return of Clements Ribeiro

Inacio Ribeiro, the brilliant Brazilian designer who founded Clements Ribeiro with his wife and fellow designer Suzanne Clements, talks frankly about the brand’s return.
Feb 09
The Courageous Life of Catherine Dior

The Courageous Life of Catherine Dior

Most people think of flowers when they smell Miss Dior, but there is more to it than tha
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