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.
LCF’s annual project Protest14 encourages students to respond to the issues of the day through slogan garments. The results, shot by photographer Riccardo Raspa, are moving – and disturbing.
A satellite exhibition at the London College of Fashion of Jean Paul Gaultier’s ad campaigns and posters chart the ongoing concepts of the designer’s work through graphic creations.