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This Patchwork Isle: London Fashion Week Men’s AW20

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FFORA: The accessories label driving genuine inclusivity within the fashion industry

FFORA: The accessories label driving genuine inclusivity within the fashion industry

The disabled community is often left behind when it comes to fashion. Jessica Carroll talks to Lucy Jones about her wheelchair-friendly accessories label FFORA, challenging the status quo, and how her work gives a platform to those whose voices are so often ignored.
Jan 07
Ten Years On: How Fashion-Obsessed South African Skhothanes Went from Rebels to Influencers

Ten Years On: How Fashion-Obsessed South African Skhothanes Went from Rebels to Influencers

It’s a decade on since the very first Skhothanes appeared in the townships of Johannesburg, South Africa. Kelly Washington went to find out how they’ve changed
Nov 13
Redefining Heritage at Kent & Curwen

Redefining Heritage at Kent & Curwen

Daniel Kearns has designed menswear at Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. Now he’s creative director of Kent & Curwen, the British heritage brand that includes David Beckham among its investors. Micheál Costello hears more.
Oct 28
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
Frieze Capital

Frieze Capital

Frieze London is one of the most creatively exciting events on the global art calendar. Here’s why the fashion industry is taking notice
Oct 19
Did PFW Turn a Corner? The Scoop on the Spring 2020 Paris Shows

Did PFW Turn a Corner? The Scoop on the Spring 2020 Paris Shows

Corsets and panniers and crashers, oh my!
Oct 08
China’s Fashion Brands Go Global

China’s Fashion Brands Go Global

Chinese down jacket giant Bosideng showed at Milan Fashion Week for the first time this season, with Kendall Jenner on the runway. Kelly Lim and Roger Tredre report on Chinese brands’ readiness to make an impact on the international stage.
Sep 26
Down the Rabbit Hole: Inside the Tim Walker Show

Down the Rabbit Hole: Inside the Tim Walker Show

Mona Tehrani went to the preview of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Tim Walker: Wonderful Things in London and describes her journey through Walker’s fantastical dreamland.
Sep 20
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
Jul 26