A-COLD-WALL* isn't making streetwear anymore
After five years of helming one of the industry’s most prolific breakout brands, Samuel Ross is ready to start again.
this designer launched a fashion brand out of his high school bedroom
After his London Fashion Week Men’s debut was made possible by his mentor Samuel Ross, Eastwood Danso discusses the story behind his namesake label.
how a-cold-wall* is turning hype into a catalyst for positive change
“I started from hardship but I’m not in that place anymore and I want to focus on a more positive, altruistic future,” Samuel Ross told i-D.
everything you need to know about this season’s menswear shows
As spring/summer 20 kicks off this week in London, we round up the designers worth keeping your eye on over the next few weeks.
the sound and fury of a-cold-wall autumn/winter 19
Rottweilers, reflective monoliths and performers slithering through water dominated Samuel Ross’s LFWM show.
unpicking fashion’s unlikely fixation with face masks
Face masks made appearances on and off the catwalks at the spring/summer 19 men's shows. Are designers finally responding to the global pollution crisis, or is there something else at play?
33 waistcoat alternatives for gareth southgate and his england stans
When you know it’s coming home but you want to make it fashion.
a-cold-wall* tears down fashion’s exclusionary structures in an immersive catwalk performance
Safety goggles, earplugs and face-mask on. Samuel Ross isn’t ready to be confined to what he’s expected to be.
an exclusive first look at a-cold-wall’s womenswear line
Fresh from reaching this year’s LVMH Prize final, Samuel Ross’ cult menswear brand is launching womenswear.
meet the team behind a-cold-wall*
Follow us inside the studios of three London menswear designers, as we celebrate the people who are always ready to lend a pair of hands, aren't afraid to give a second opinion and pull the required all-nighter before the show.
a singular vision from a-cold-wall* for autumn/winter 18
A-COLD-WALL*’s Samuel Ross steps out of the shadow of his mentors.
why we need to support the capital’s creativity more than ever
After a year of Brexit, deepened austerity and slashed funding, the BFC’s NEWGEN support is vital in helping the capital’s bright young future-proof their businesses. As we follow Pascal Gambarte’s lens in an exclusive shoot, the Class of 2017 talk us...