how stanley kubrick used fashion to build his movie worlds
He might be one of the world’s most celebrated filmmakers, but his understanding of fashion’s storytelling potential is only now being fully explored.
"we are breathing and eating our own plastic clothing" – phoebe english on fashion's ethics
Instead of a show, the south-east London designer paused the ever-accelerating product conveyor belt with a two-part exhibition.
the changing meaning of the body in fashion photography
Full of humour and free of past conventions of pose and sexualisation, Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion celebrates a new generation of photographers changing the nature of the industry's imagery.
the loving eye of photographer ed van der elsken
A recent exhibition in Amsterdam shows the brilliant vision of the street photographer who made his name with the book Love on the Left Bank.
inside the first major retrospective of peter hujar's evocative portraits
As a traveling retrospective of the artist’s work begins its two-year run this week, we explore why Hujar — a critical chronicler of New York City’s creative and queer communities — is so important today.
a beginners guide to pioneering black-british artist lubiana himid
As two retrospectives dedicated to the work of one our country’s unsung artistic heroes open, here’s everything you need to know about Lubiana Himid and the art movement she helped to build.
molly goddard on embroidery, giant hanging dresses, wrestlers and world peace
Fresh from the opening of Molly Goddard’s debut exhibition What I Like we talk to the young London designer about, well, a mixed bag really.
occult glamour from mcqueen, margiela and ann demeulemeester
Peek into the London exhibition exploring glamour's occult roots.