a lesson in body positivity with prism designer anna laub
With fans in Rihanna, Beyoncé and Paloma Elesser, Prism swimwear has always been about one thing; body positivity. Here founder Anna Laub shares her notes on being a woman.
kanye, demna and now virgil: how ikea became fashion’s must have collaborator
In 2017, Balenciaga dropped an IKEA-inspired tote that almost broke the internet. A year on, and the Swedish retailer has become high fashion’s hottest -- and most unlikely -- property.
the instagram account sourcing the ugliest designs the internet has to offer
From hairy chested swimming costumes to sanitary towel shaped lilos, @uglydesign is the only account you need to follow
this young designer will make you rethink school uniforms
Next in our series with 1 Granary, we meet CSM grad and L’Oréal Professionnel Award-winner Gabriele Skucas, to talk turning schoolgirl secrets into a stunning collection.
beyond basel: 12 next-gen miami creatives to know
With Art Basel in full swing, we dig a little deeper to present the artistic talent that makes Miami a year-round destination for youth culture.
from gorillaz to the suggestionists: 25 years of jamie hewlett in pictures
Tank driving outlaws and mutant kangaroos, Chinese operas and multi-platinum selling virtual pop groups. It’s all in a day’s work for illustrious illustrator Jamie Hewlett.
back in the ussr: the energy and invention of russian film posters
Read an edited extract from Film Posters of the Russian Avant-Garde -- a brand new book exploring the stark, striking and challenging film posters of a pre-Stalin Soviet Union.
what do graphics from everyday life in north korea look like?
Read an edited extract from the introduction of Made in North Korea by Nicholas Bonner: the most comprehensive collection of North Korean graphic ephemera to date.
the 500 greatest graphic designs
We’ve seen the Futura and it’s beautiful.
inside the new yves saint laurent museums in paris and marrakech
Ahead of their opening this year, we caught up with Pierre Berge and the architects responsible to talk about preserving the legacy of one of fashion’s greatest designers.
raf simons continues to reimagine calvin klein: next up, new logo
The monogram is no more.
the breakthroughs of 2016
2016 may have been tough but, as the late, great Leonard Cohen once sang, “There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in”. As the new year approaches and we bid out with the old and in with the new, here are some of our favourite...