simone rocha enlists tyler mitchell to shoot her moncler collection
The Moncler Genius project continues.
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the world’s most divisive collaboration is finally here
Michelin man? Arctic samurai? Human tampon? Walking sleeping bag? Whatever you see when you look at these sculptural down-filled Rorschach tests, Moncler Craig Green has arrived and it’s amazing.
why hip-hop loves craig green
When hip-hop, a genre still beholden to binary ideas of masculinity and heteronormativity, begins to embrace fashion that is a little more gentle, a little more tear-inducing, there's change afoot.
menswear’s mindful turn
The overwhelming feeling at the menswear shows this season was of logging off, finding yourself and getting spiritual.
the cult of craig green unites everyday heroes and otherworldly beings
Do angels walk among us? Is that a portal to a better place? Have I walked onto a crime scene? Craig Green’s travelling men develop new manners of seeing.
craig green’s new campaign is absolute fire
For spring/summer 18 the London menswear designer created clothes sculptures and then set them alight.
craig green will show his next collection at pitti uomo
The London menswear designer will present his spring/summer 19 collection in Florence.
backstage: craig green autumn/winter 18
This season, London menswear stalwart Craig Green offered a bright and optimistic future; one where utility meets self-discovery.
craig green’s latest campaign explores the power of combined effort
Photographed by Dan Tobin Smith and styled by Robbie Spencer, the autumn/winter 17 campaign depicts several men becoming a single, unstoppable force on the ocean waves.
i-D's alternative menswear awards!
You’ve seen the shows, read the coverage, and delivered your own hot takes on social media, but now it’s time to really get to grips with this season’s menswear shows through a series of highly covetable awards dished out arbitrarily to our favourite...
"we don't have the same idea of paradise": craig green and vivienne westwood share a message of optimism
Keep dancing till the world ends was Andreas Kronthaler's message to the kids at Vivienne Westwood on Monday--a sentiment echoed at Craig Green and Theo Adams' Choreomania.
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out of season: why one designer is rejecting the patterns of time
London born workwear stalwart Craig Green talks us through the launch of his core collection, a gradually evolving everyday uniform inspired by the brand’s signature styles.
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