• Fashion and the Currency of the Like Button

    With over a decade of social media behind us and a year of living through screens, online presence is as important as ever – but at what cost? Is it good for fashion? Is it good for us?

  • Tattoos as weapons

    What’s it like to be Asian in non-Asian countries? We spoke to Paris-based model Adilack and LA-based artist Park Hyungi about the process of trying to work out their true identities – and how tattoos help.

  • Top SS22 trends from London Fashion Week

    From checks to patchwork to summer knits and more, here is a selection of our favourite trends from a short and sweet gender-neutral fashion week this June.

  • The great post-pandemic fashion party starts here

    FashionUnfiltered introduces Celine Yu Hei Kwan, a designer from Hong Kong who was a standout in the Central Saint Martins BA graduation show this month. She fuses fashion and furniture – and her clothes are non-stop fun, reflecting fashion’s eagerness to start partying again.

  • The Dark Rose: Symbol of the Year

    The rose is a flower and symbol ever-loved by fashion designers. This year, the take is dark and melancholic, reflecting our strange times.

  • What does it mean to be in the BTS Army?

    A breaking news account, a style index covering everything from a scarf to a shoelace, and an oddball whose BTS obsession landed him a spot on an American talkshow. What is it like to stan the world's most adored boy band?

  • Fashion Business Journalism: A Golden Age

    From Vogue Business and Business of Fashion to the veteran WWD, the fashion industry is exceptionally well reported. Roger Tredre, editor-in-chief of WGSN from 1999 to 2006, is enjoying it while it lasts.

  • London Fashion Week: Finding Hope in a Pandemic

    London’s designers rediscovered the joys of dressing up for Autumn/Winter 21. The fashion world really needed it.

  • Is Emily’s life in Paris an unattainable dream?

    After two Golden Globes nominations, Emily in Paris is back in the spotlight. And a second series is now in the works. Here, young fashion journalists share their view on the Netflix show and compare the fantasy with the reality.

  • Falling Over for Fashion

    Remember live fashion shows? When things went wrong, such as models falling over? In pandemic lockdown, we take a trip down memory lane.

  • 1 Granary: How a student blog became the voice of young fashion

    Her website, magazine and agency have become the voice of a generation of young designers emerging from the world’s leading fashion colleges. Bethanie Ryder talks to Olya Kuryshchuk, founder of London-based 1 Granary.
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Ten great fashion exhibitions to visit right now: a world overview

Ten great fashion exhibitions to visit right now: a world overview

As museums reopen and travel restrictions begin to ease in many countries, we present the very best fashion and fashion photography exhibitions across the world this year. From Margiela to Mugler, Newton to Meisel, there's plenty to enjoy.
Jul 19
1 Granary: How a student blog became the voice of young fashion

1 Granary: How a student blog became the voice of young fashion

Her website, magazine and agency have become the voice of a generation of young designers emerging from the world’s leading fashion colleges. Bethanie Ryder talks to Olya Kuryshchuk, founder of London-based 1 Granary.
Jul 09
Fashion and the Currency of the Like Button

Fashion and the Currency of the Like Button

With over a decade of social media behind us and a year of living through screens, online presence is as important as ever – but at what cost? Is it good for fashion? Is it good for us?
Jul 02
Tattoos as weapons

Tattoos as weapons

What’s it like to be Asian in non-Asian countries? We spoke to Paris-based model Adilack and LA-based artist Park Hyungi about the process of trying to work out their true identities – and how tattoos help.
Jun 26
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
Top SS22 trends from London Fashion Week

Top SS22 trends from London Fashion Week

From checks to patchwork to summer knits and more, here is a selection of our favourite trends from a short and sweet gender-neutral fashion week this June.
Jun 18
The great post-pandemic fashion party starts here

The great post-pandemic fashion party starts here

FashionUnfiltered introduces Celine Yu Hei Kwan, a designer from Hong Kong who was a standout in the Central Saint Martins BA graduation show this month. She fuses fashion and furniture – and her clothes are non-stop fun, reflecting fashion’s eagerness to start partying again.
Jun 11
The iPhone, the influencer, and the very uninspiring wardrobe

The iPhone, the influencer, and the very uninspiring wardrobe

Forget Narnia and cascading fur coats. If Lucy stepped into the wardrobe today, all she’d find are Air Jordans, Dad blazers and Nasty Gal jeans.
Jun 04
Halston: A reminder of the best of American fashion

Halston: A reminder of the best of American fashion

The series Halston, on Netflix, is a dramatised version of the designer’s life and sums up the very best of American fashion. Could it have a bigger impact?
May 28
The Courageous Life of Catherine Dior

The Courageous Life of Catherine Dior

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