bienvenue à montréal: canada’s new capital of young fashion design
Montreal’s fashion community is at the forefront of the city’s creative transformation.
a new report says the fashion industry is fuelling modern slavery
This is a feminist issue.
susie lau whatsapped @diet_prada and youtuber haute le mode to talk fashion industry failings
2017, the year fashion woke up. OG 1.0 blogger Susie Lau talks with new gen fashion commentators Diet Prada and Haute Le Mode, about maintaining their impartiality as they get big.
10 questions you always wanted to ask a... set designer
At the top of the game, Gary Card knows what it takes to make it. From coping with hard-to-please designers, to pitching crazy ideas and pulling them off -- this is what you need to know.
10 questions you always wanted to ask a… fashion pr
“Oh it's very Ab Fab. Vintage, though -- let's not speak of the film.”
10 questions you always wanted to ask a… fashion critic
“I only regret reviews where I wasn't absolutely honest… the ones I regret were nicer than they should have been.”
how to protect yourself as a young designer starting out in the fashion industry
Fashion lawyer Hugh Devlin offers his advice to 1 Granary about how to protect your designs.
what comes between a designer and calvin klein?
Yesterday Calvin Klein announced a new global strategy, which sees the company part ways with its designers of 13 years, Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli. Anders Christian Madsen looks at the latest seismic shift to hit fashion—and those Raf Simons...
Anders Christian Madsen
is kanye west the latest designer waking up to fashion's biggest problem?
Kanye's over the disjointed fashion calendar, and he's scheming to steal Demna Gvasalia from Balenciaga.
from dreams to reality, look to fashion’s new fantasy
What will Burberry, Vetements and Tom Ford’s move to a ‘see-now, buy-now’ model mean for the sense of wonder and fantasy in fashion?
5 things we learnt from demna gvasalia's business of fashion interview
The Balenciaga creative director and head of the Vetements collective discusses everything from the humble origins of his career to the bright future of fashion.
paul smith is the latest designer to combine menswear and womenswear
The British designer has also reduced the number of lines to two collections each with four drops per year.