charles jeffrey loverboy
all the extreme beauty looks from the autumn/winter 19 men’s shows
From spiral eyeballs to werewolf fangs, the freakier the better.
friendship, love and beauty at charles jeffrey loverboy
Wapping Hydraulic Power played host to a joyful, raucous show that descended into complete pandemonium.
charles jeffrey on his queer new collaboration
To celebrate Pride, London’s favourite Loverboy has commissioned five LGBTQ artists to create a unique artwork to adorn his new range of T-shirts for Topman.
the shortlist for the lvmh best young designer prize has just been announced
Ft. Charles Loverboy, Eckhaus Latta and Faustine Steinmetz.
see an exclusive preview of charles jeffrey’s first womenswear collection here
From Madonna to Patti Smith, the young Scottish fashion maestro shares illustrations of his female icons exclusively with i-D.
"rage and frustration are a fuel for creating" – charles jeffrey’s continual drive forward
The designer’s new show Tantrum is based on his internal emotions.
the menswear designers giving us hope for the future
Fashion East and Topman have just announced their autumn/winter 18 MAN line-up, and what a line-up it is.
charles jeffrey’s new exhibition is the ultimate come up
The Glasgow-born, London-based designer’s first solo exhibition is an interactive and three-dimensional representation of the Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY brand and cult club night.
fashion, your disco needs you
From Bodymap and Taboo to BoomBox and Gareth Pugh, London fashion has always been passionately intertwined with nightlife. With Charles Jeffrey’s LOVERBOY flying the flag for the here and now, while James Anderson says keep dressing up to the hilt.
backstage at lfwm: "children high on drink and drugs" at charles jeffery spring/summer 18
Ingenious as ever, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY brought wry humour and social commentary to LFWM this weekend with a collection lambasting our tabloid news culture and the values they uphold.
“it’s not enough to stay woke – we need to be alive”: lfwm day two round-up
From the the euphoric debauchery of Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY to Wales Bonner’s poetic perceptions of Black queer culture, the second day of London Fashion Week Men’s celebrated sex, freedom and a renewed sense of political optimism.
“you’ve got to say something, otherwise it’s just clothes”: lfwm day one round-up
As the aftershocks of the UK’s general election youthquake were felt across Westminster and beyond, the opening day of London Fashion Week Men’s celebrated the power of the next generation.
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