jw anderson was walking on clouds for autumn/winter 19
The Northern Irish designer presented a collection of elevated, awkward, English glamour.
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marc jacobs' haunting lament
Christy Turlington closed the designer's incredible masterclass on volume and drama.
eckhaus latta's world is the one we want to live in
Mike and Zoe's growing brand exuded confidence this season, their thoughtful designs worn to perfection by an array of friends.
offset wants to control his narrative
The rapper tells i-D about flow, focus, and why he won't tell anyone the name of his album.
at dior, kim jones reinvents the saddle bag for men
In 2018, the iconic Saddle Bag returned to womenswear. In 2019, it's crossing into menswear.
vegan fashion week is debuting in los angeles
It aims to elevate ethical fashion and end animal exploitation in all forms.
givenchy is returning to standalone menswear shows
As the industry increasingly moves towards mixed gender shows, Givenchy is reintroducing the binary for a separate men’s show.
louis vuitton's retro-futurist power fashion
Nicolas Ghesquière closes Paris Fashion Week with a rocket-fuelled bang.
sonia rykiel became the first designer to have a street named after her in paris
Marking 50 years of Sonia Rykiel, the celebratory spring/summer 19 collection was unveiled alongside a street in Madame Rykiel's name. Allez Rykiel.
nabil nayal shared powerful life lessons from elizabeth i
“Unleash your inner queen and be the best damn bitch you can be.”
richard quinn shares a creative call-to-arms to save art education
Inspiring tomorrow’s talents, he turned his ever dazzling dial of colour, print and hyper-glamorous forms to 11. Theresa and co. are you listening?
a wildlife photographer captured amsterdam fashion week's fiercest show
We followed photographer and wildlife enthusiast Floris Leeuwenberg at Ninamounah's spring/summer 19 show, as he captured the models in their natural habitat.
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