y/project brings its trademark fun to spring/summer 20
An opulence and elegance were added to Y/Project’s playful creativity.
meme fashion designers aren’t trolling us, they’re saving us
Glenn Martens of Y/Project, Ksenia Schnaider and Christopher Shannon tell i-D why the importance of this season’s “ugliest” and “most ridiculous” fashion items offer much more than a quick LOL.
are y/project trolling with these denim panties?
These take denim hotpants to a whole new level
y/project subvert the catwalk experience with the most lo-fi immersive show experience possible
In a democratic show powered by the people, a 3000-strong crowd provided the lighting as Glenn Martens pushed possibilities at Pitti Immagine.
chic is the new ugly at y/project
A coming-of-age collection from Glenn Martens.
glenn martens wants your thighs in butter
As the campaign for Y/Project’s collaboration with UGG lands, we caught up with creative director Glenn Martens.
size-free and genderless, diesel red label shows that unwearable denim can be worn by everyone
After giving us thigh-high UGG boots last season, Y/Project’s creative director offers up a capsule collection that celebrates its imperfections.
thigh high ugg boots are the next big thing
Glenn Martens debuted some fabulously fugly ugg boots as Y/Project’s Paris menswear show today.
y/project is showing a new side to paris
With an exclusive preview of Y/Project’s spring/summer 18 film, i-D talks with Creative Director Glenn Martens about the evolution of Paris and the influence of Belgium.
“it’s the story of paris”: saint laurent and dior battle for fashion’s capital
For spring/summer 18, Anthony Vaccarello celebrated the past, present and future of Saint Laurent, Maria Grazia Chiuri updated the city’s 60s youthquake for now and Y/Project hinted at what’s to come.
Steve Salter and Susie Lau
y/project cast family and friends in their fresh new campaign
The Parisian atelier's autumn/winter 17 campaign is fittingly unconventional, photographed all around the world over a period of months.
corporate cannibals: the first day of paris men's shows
As the autumn/winter 17 men's collections made it to Paris, designers including Balenciaga and Valentino took on the suits that run the show.
Anders Christian Madsen