Fashion and art have been bouncing ideas off each other for decades: Jeff Koons’ collab with Louis Vuitton is just the latest. Does it always work?
New show North: Identity, Photography, Fashion at Liverpool’s Open Eye explores the region’s enduring influences on fashion and popular culture.
Black Score, brainchild of Simeon Farrar and purveyor of scathing graphic responses to rampant shopping, publishes its zine issue #2.
Sibling x Brora; Grenson x Peanuts; Levi’s x OFF WHITE: stunning collabs mean the Christmas just got a darn sight easier to write.
Guided by sustainability and style, champion waverider Kelly Slater offers a grown-up alternative to everyday surfwear. Here’s what he has to say about it.
Mary Katrantzou, Sadie Williams, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Mulberry, J JS Lee, Topshop Unique: the deliciousness goes on and on at LFW SS17 Day Three.
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.
Unfettered individualism and creativity paired with sublime craftsmanship: this year’s Central Saint Martins BA graduates did not disappoint.
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.
Watching Victoria Secret’s models stalk the flat green lawns and unerringly bright weather of Coachella (normally in groups because, hey, they’re hanging with their posses) …
From the romantic functionalism of Cherevichkiotvichki to the poignancy of Raf Simons’ Isolated Heroes series, Hostem has a lot to offer this spring.
From restoring old sail cloth to reclaiming the t-shirt as a site of active protest, these five menswear labels challenge and inspire.
Culture by Olympia Le-Tan, Africa by Khama, Mumbai by Stella Jean, arcade games by Passerella Death Squad. Summer rocks.
Part-surfer, part-hippy, part-holy man, Central St Martin alumnus Edward Crutchley made waves with his third collection.
For his first solo show at London Collections Mens, Bobby Abley went to infinity and beyond. Sorry.
In a market saturated by slogan sweats, sexy Dutch-born label Zoe Karssen still stands out. And now it’s offering swimwear …
It’s streetwear but not as you know it. AKA Clothing thrives on minimal and monochrome.