It's all about fitting in, dressing down and infiltrating the grey world of men in suits.
What to make of the industry’s painful adolescence, and the hope that comes from change. After New York and London fashion weeks we reflect on a changing schedule, flustered economics and the return of normcore (but did it ever go away?)
Predicting the future isn’t the same as creating it.
As the flip-flop re-emerges on the runways at Vuitton and Dior, we take a minute to question fashion's perverse obsession with quasi-orthopedic footwear, from Tevas to Birkenstocks to shower slides.
From Normcore to Health Goth, 2014 was the year that fashion’s subcultures started taking their cues from the net instead of the street.