Where would menswear be without Black British designers?
From Ozwald Boateng to Martine Rose, Black British designers have shaped the course of contemporary menswear. But they haven’t always been given due credit.
Bianca Saunders’ new zine explores the common ground we all share
Produced in collaboration with Joshua Woods, Matt Holmes and Jess Cole, ‘We Are One Of The Same’ touches on themes of identity, gender and community.
These are the first recipients of the BFC’s £1m COVID Crisis Fund
Bianca Saunders, Chopova Lowena and Charles Jeffrey all feature, and there are future rounds of funding to come.
6 London menswear designers’ thoughts on digital fashion week
"We are the new generation, and it’s our responsibility to rewrite the industry’s rules."
Bianca Saunders AW20 is a celebration of how normal guys move
Inspired by 90s VHS tapes of dancehall parties, the young London designer infused the same vibrancy and movement into her clothes.
bianca saunders’s new exhibition is a celebration of black london creativity
Opening this weekend, the menswear designer’s exhibition, 'Nearness', explores themes of familiarity, place and identity.
the people shaping the fashion industry right now: part two
There’s a new generation of talent in town. Fearless creators crafting an exciting fashion future for us all.
bianca saunders explores black male identity and stereotypes of masculinity
Meet London’s next great menswear talent.
london art now!
Discover the most exciting young artists, designers, crafters and critics coming out of London today.
this is why we need to support creativity now more than ever
Matty Bovan, Supriya Lele and Per Götesson join the 2018 NEWGEN line-up alongside ones-to-watch Bianca Saunders and Paria Farzaneh and they are issuing a creative call-to-arms.
from the catwalk to the corner shop, gareth pugh’s taken over selfridges
The designer will present five young Londoner's work over the week, with each piece tied to an urgent and important theme.
7 fashion industry insiders discuss virgil abloh’s appointment
As he becomes Louis Vuitton’s first African American artistic director, has Virgil Abloh forever torn down fashion’s walls? We asked a cross section of industry figures.