Sophie Wilson

Culture

The exhibition channelling our nostalgia for nights out

‘The Time We Call Our Own’ celebrates the communities, cultures and creativity that make nightlife so special.
Sophie Wilson
3 days ago
Fashion

Ed Curtis’ kaleidoscopic debut collection is the ode to joy we need now

The London-based designer blends references to his own paintings and his quirky sense of humour to create the perfect fashion antidote to current times.
Sophie Wilson
8.26.20
Fashion

7 of Kristen Stewart’s most iconic outfits

From bare feet on the red carpet to meta Halloween costumes, the actress of the decade doesn’t play by the rules.
Sophie Wilson
7.24.20
Fashion

The modelling agency championing trans+ talent

Born from the cult London club night of the same name, WIMP is pushing for non-tokenistic inclusion and fair pay for trans creatives.
Sophie Wilson
7.3.20
Fashion

7 of Patti Smith’s most iconic outfits

The Godmother of Punk set the tone, and the look, for decades of rule-breaking women in music.
Sophie Wilson
4.24.20
Culture

How to support sex workers during the coronavirus pandemic

Like other precariously employed people, sex workers have been severely impacted by the outbreak.
Sophie Wilson
3.27.20
Culture

The emerging artists making embroidery political

We tend to associate embroidery with primary school art classes and “Home Sweet Home” stitches in our grans’ houses but the traditionally feminine art form is being revived as a force for change.
Sophie Wilson
2.6.20
Culture

The filmmaker creating camp 80s horror through the female gaze

“There is always a kind of sexual vibe in horror. You have the girl and the monster who comes and rips her dress and you have these women with big breasts running. Sex and fear are always close together somehow.”
Sophie Wilson
12.12.19
Fashion

how fashion is embracing ecosexuality

Fashion has long been inspired by nature and sex, but can an industry so damaging to the environment ever be truly ecosexual?
Sophie Wilson
9.30.19
Fashion

the complex relationship between fashion and self harm

Self-harm imagery has always existed in dark parts of the internet, romanticised and stigmatised in equal measure. Now, fashion could be providing the platform for the issue to get the discussion it deserves.
Sophie Wilson
3.21.19