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Whatever you thought about sari. think again. Future Drape at the Friday Sari Project shines a fresh light on a centuries old tradition.
To celebrate 100 years since women got the vote, SHOWstudio asked fashion illustrators to depict 100 models who empower and challenge the conventions of femininity.
Pieces from one of fashion’s greatest archive, The Arc, amassed by Jennefer Osterhoudt, are on show at LCF’s Fashion Space Gallery.
The V&A’s seminal new exhibition Fashioned from Nature traces the complex relationship between fashion and the natural world through beautiful, often deeply unsettling objects.
In an extraordinary collaboration bringing together the worlds of art and racial politics, Alexander McQueen’s Sarabande Foundation teams up with artist Rosa Uddoh to create …
A short film by brilliant young director MJ Delaney, dedicated to poorly paid garment workers, says it all and more for Fashion Revolution Week.
A powerful science/arts project by Professor Helen Storey and her sister Kate Storey Neurogenesis explores the creation – and loss – of memory.
LCF’s Fashion Space Gallery launches Super Sharp, the first part of RTRN II Jungle, a series of exhibitions charting the styles and sounds of British rave.
Sarah Corbett, founder of the Craftivist Collective, pulls together the threads of her philosophy in “How to be a Craftivist: the art of gentle protest”.
A collaborative project between celebrity photographer Rankin and charity Changing Faces aims to redefine how beauty is seen in fashion and beyond.
Burberry’s photography exhibition Here We Are, curated by Christopher Bailey and Lucy Moore, looks to the past to explore questions of British identity.
RCA Secret returns with over 2,000 anonymous artworks for sale. Some by famous artists, others by students but you won’t know till you get to the till.
Just the two of us: a new exhibition at the Fashion Space Gallery examines the most creatively profitable pairings in the fashion industry.
What would you say to the person you were 36 years ago? Visible Girls: Revisited brings together portraits from the 1980s and images of the same women now.
The third incarnation of Dress for Our Time could be its most powerful yet: working directly with the people of the Za’atari refugee camp.
The Fashion Illustration Gallery Art Fair returns to Chelsea’s The Shop at Bluebird for a second showing.
In Fashion Exposed, 50 Cambodian garment workers document the day-to-day reality of their lives making clothes for the high street.
Photographer Anthony Lycett’s new book Self-Styled celebrates characters who embody core values of individual vision and diversity
Fashion Revolution, the global movement working for a more sustainable fashion industry, launches its first zine: ‘Money Fashion Power’.
New show North: Identity, Photography, Fashion at Liverpool’s Open Eye explores the region’s enduring influences on fashion and popular culture.