• New York’s Digital SS21

    With the big players missing and an entirely digital format, New York Fashion Week had many firsts to tackle for SS21.

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    Hedi Slimane offers up a “teen romance” for Celine Homme, dedicated to Generation E in the time of pandemic. Is it worth watching?

  • Hair Wars

    To straighten or not to straighten? That's a question many Black women and girls ask themselves on the way to their hairstylists.

  • In Praise of Old Age

    Old people have been the principal victims of coronavirus. Time to celebrate and appreciate what they bring to all our lives – and to fashion.

  • The Invisible Unveiled

    The seamstresses and pattern cutters are the unacknowledged heroes of the fashion design process, as a new project from Central Saint Martins makes clear.

  • Love Infection

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New Magazine Launch: A Vote for Inclusivity

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Magazines are still popping up, even in a time of crisis. Choosing to found a title in 2020 hasn’t come without challenges, but photographer Malkia Roberts decided to press on to create Belmont Magazine.
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New York’s Digital SS21

New York’s Digital SS21

With the big players missing and an entirely digital format, New York Fashion Week had many firsts to tackle for SS21.
Sep 23
The Curious Case of Celine Spring 2021

The Curious Case of Celine Spring 2021

Hedi Slimane offers up a “teen romance” for Celine Homme, dedicated to Generation E in the time of pandemic. Is it worth watching?
Aug 11
Hair Wars

Hair Wars

To straighten or not to straighten? That's a question many Black women and girls ask themselves on the way to their hairstylists.
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
In Praise of Old Age

In Praise of Old Age

Old people have been the principal victims of coronavirus. Time to celebrate and appreciate what they bring to all our lives – and to fashion.
Jun 19
Digital London Fashion Week – the Verdict

Digital London Fashion Week – the Verdict

We review the highlights of a pioneering digital London Fashion Week, created during lockdown.
Jun 15
The Invisible Unveiled

The Invisible Unveiled

The seamstresses and pattern cutters are the unacknowledged heroes of the fashion design process, as a new project from Central Saint Martins makes clear.
Jun 05
Love Infection

Love Infection

Dressing for a FaceTime date – and how I tested the world of virtual dating.
May 29
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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