the creativity issue
melanie gaydos' story
The 29-year-old opens up about living with ectodermal dysplasia and learning to love her own skin.
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.
fashion is a family affair for molly and alice goddard
Meet the sister-mum dream team trio setting London Fashion Week alight.
goat girl are the casual saviours of underground indie
"Music can't save you from death, but it can save you from boredom."
tim walker captures the surreal majesty of tilda swinton
As she takes a starring turn in new film Okja, Tim Walker and Jacob K shoot Tilda Swinton in all her ethereal beauty.
alex margo arden and jenkin van zyl are unconventional, fabulous and fantastic
With everything that's happening in the world right now, London must celebrate its non-conforming creative talents more than ever.
"if you don't have it, make it" – judy blame
How did Judy Blame become a stalwart of London's fashion scene? By being a creative genius, obv.
gal-dem are proving you can change mainstream media for the better
Forming a "creative community filled with incredible women of colour,” website and collective gal-dem has captured the hearts and minds of many WOC who felt excluded by the whitewashed mainstream media.
iconic YBA gillian wearing on the performance of daily life
Gillian Wearing reflects on her just-closed exhibition at the National Gallery, that continued her exploration of the masks we wear.
serpentwithfeet makes love songs unlike anything you've ever heard before
Singing about gender, religion, and raw romantic love, serpentwithfeet is rejecting the cliches of love ballads.
sang woo kim is the male model-turned-artist everyone's talking about
On the catwalk and the gallery walls, Sang Woo Kim is leaving his mark on London.
take me to wonderland, baby
Tim Walker teams up with LOVERBOYs Jack Appleyard and Gareth Wrighton, and set designer Gary Card, for a shoot inspired by little more than "some graffitied wall in a pub toilet" that Tim found. Fuck reality, take us to wonderland!