In Fashion Exposed, 50 Cambodian garment workers document the day-to-day reality of their lives making clothes for the high street.
Fashion Revolution, the global movement working for a more sustainable fashion industry, launches its first zine: ‘Money Fashion Power’.
Fashion changed for women after the First World War. Students continue the conversation across the eras, in Fashion and Freedom at Manchester Art Gallery.
Lost Vagueness was the raw, rude, risque festival within a festival that would reignite a stumbling Glastonbury. A new film charts its rise and fall.
In Laboratory 12, designer Benjamin John Hall explores notions of geopolitical power and espionage through footwear.
From rebel to raver, new exhibition Mad About the Boy explores the many ideals of the young male in fashion.