This May, discover sustainable bridal wear from Mother of Pearl and beautiful shops by Shop at Bluebird, the London Designers Collective and Henri London.
Francois-Henri Pinault on sustainability, protest and power dressing, Bethany Williams and steps towards a circular economy.
For all he is inspired by the past, CSM MA graduate and sustainable designer John Alexander Skelton’s philosophy plugs completely into contemporary themes.
Ethical menswear retailer Brothers We Stand opens its first UK retail outlet in Bristol’s Wapping Wharf.
The renamed London Fashion Week Men’s AW17 looks set to be the most exciting yet. Here are the names to look out for.
Yesterday, Grace Wales Bonner won the prestigious LVMH prize. The fash pack kind of knew; here’s what they’ve been saying about her in the past two years.
Did Paris – inspired by its star designer Vetements and Balenciaga’s Demna Gvasalia – get more down and dirty? Here are the highlights.
Workwear meets sportswear: at LCM, emerging label Blood Brother made waves with sleek, contemporary clothing for men.
Military, punk, 1950s Americana: inspiration came from far and wide as Milan Fashion Week injected more joy into men’s collections than ever before.
Another season, another London Collection Mens: Day Four wrapped up with shows from Thom Sweeney, Katie Eary and Christopher Kane.
It started with JW Anderson and ended with one of London’s most conceptual designers, Aitor Throup. Yes, officially, Day Three was a stonker.
Brexit, broken ceramic pieces strewn across the catwalk, minimalism and tradition, streetwear and summerwear: Day Two held the energy.
The redefinition of male identity continues in London Collections Men, now in its seventh season. Here’s what the Twitterati had to say about Day One.
At the powerful London College of Fashion BA16 show, models looked like characters from a single, devastated world.
Unfettered individualism and creativity paired with sublime craftsmanship: this year’s Central Saint Martins BA graduates did not disappoint.
Historical references, immaculate deconstruction and new visions of manhood dominate Westminster’s 2016 grad show.
Brutus Trimfit, the shirt of choice for Mods, Skinheads and Suedeheads, turns 50 this year. Owner Jonathan Freedman gears it up for a new generation.
From Kenzo’s lush partnership with Disney’s Jungle Book to the campaigning efforts of Tom’s and Bottletop, collaborations reign this season.
Match made in heaven: iconoclast Katie Eary’s AW16 collection is inspired by a doc about the creatively combustive relationship between Bowie, Pop and Reed.
An intelligent mix of tradition and modernity, soul and sales: Private White VC is a British brand for the future. I speak to creative director Nick Ashley.