alex mullins doesn’t need to explain himself
In an era of esoteric backstories and elaborate productions, Alex Mullins focused on what mattered most for spring/summer 19: the clothes.
“does it already exist?”: lfwm day three round-up
From Martine Rose’s gorpcore to Kiko Kostadinov’s Lynch-infused twisted tailored uniforms, the third day of London Fashion Week Men’s elevated the everyday.
backstage at lfwm: alex mullins goes all meta for spring/summer 18
Embossing his clothes with pictures of items from his previous collections and old, iconic perfume campaigns, Alex Mullins was at his self-referential best this season.
the british fashion council announces this season’s newgen recipients
These are the ten emerging designers to follow this season.
how alex mullins worked backwards to fall/winter 16
How do you combat boredom? For fall/winter 16, Alex Mullins escaped everyday ennui by placing a distorting lens over the creative process.
alex mullins spring/summer 16
Filling in blank postcards, Alex Mullins paints the perfect picture of Brits abroad.
alex mullins autumn/winter 15
A remixed world of 60s and 70s subcultures evolved into something fantastically familiar yet wonderfully peculiar in the hands of Alex Mullins.