marques almeida celebrates a triumphant return to london fashion week
After two seasons showing in Paris the label brought a riotous Riot Grrrl inspired collection back to Britain.
marques’almeida go punk in paris
Crossing the channel for a season, the beloved London label brought their young, hot, cool M’A gang to the hallowed halls of Paris Fashion Week.
marques’almeida and louise gray are celebrating the power of women
Marta and Paulo talk to i-D about collaborating with Louise Gray and empowering a new generation of women for autumn/winter 18.
marques’almeida want to empower a generation of girls
The LVMH Prize-winning heroes we need but don’t deserve in these troubled times.
marques’almeida celebrated the women of the world for spring/summer 18
The M’A girls have grown up and gave no fucks as they strutted down a train track.
behind the scenes with the marques'almeida girl gang
i-D’s assistant music editor Francesca Dunn joined the squad and walked for one of London’s most exciting designers...
a reality worth dreaming about from marques'almeida autumn/winter 16
Marques'Almeida channel real girl attitude as they cast their friends and family to walk their autumn/winter 16 show.
marques'almeida are doing it for the girl on the street
Fashion’s brightest duo talk industry hype, meritocracy, PSG Store and the eternal thrill of seeing a stranger on the bus outfitted in their signature ‘raw edge’.
creatives ❤ london
Designers, photographers, writers and models come from all over the world to make it in London. Here everyone from Marques’Almeida to Sam Rollinson reveal what it is that they love about city.
marques'almeida go back to their roots for spring/summer 16
Marques'Almedia get by with a little help from their friends and a studio playlist by Fiona Apple...
what will a marques’almeida ballet look like?
The New York City Ballet has announced that Opening Ceremony, Marques’Almeida and Oscar de la Renta’s Peter Copping will all design costumes for performances this fall.
marques'almeida win the lvmh prize!
The London-based Portuguese duo scoop €300,000 and support from the French group. Jacquemus wins a special prize too.