How Labour is winning the merch war this election
With the likes of Liam Hodges and Slowthai releasing pro-Labour hoodies, sweatshirts and tees, wearing your political heart on your sleeve has never looked cooler.
the future keeps coming for liam hodges
Spring/summer 20 finds the designer pondering who we are and who we want to be.
all the extreme beauty looks from the autumn/winter 19 men’s shows
From spiral eyeballs to werewolf fangs, the freakier the better.
modern day cyborgs at liam hodges
From YouTube wormholes to the film 'Hackers', for autumn/winter 19 Liam Hodges had us contemplating our identities as modern day cyborgs.
liam hodges’ campaign is a nostalgic celebration of trippy 90s saturday night tv
Explore the colourful, hyper, weird and smile-making DIY universe of London’s most fun-filled menswear talent.
liam hodges brings his spring/summer 19 collection to life in a new short film
Liam and filmmaker Will Reid chronicle the designer’s latest show, shared exclusively with us.
why was casting so important at the latest london men's fashion week?
Were those who walked the shows at LFWM spring/summer 19 just as important as the collections themselves?
liam hodges channels jean baudrillard and joey from friends
The London menswear fave looked to Las Vegas for inspiration for spring/summer 19.
meet the team behind liam hodges
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.
tune into liam hodges’s house party for autumn/winter 18
From grunge to gunge, Ian Dury to Mr Blobby, new wave to gabba rave, Liam Hodges was all about the fun and freedom of youth.
cottweiler go deeper underground for autumn/winter 18
The London duo’s night at the museum saw them go on a journey into the centre of the earth this season.
what the youth of 2117 will be wearing
As the iconic Carhartt Chore Coat turns 100, Carhartt WIP and LAW magazine future-proof it by asking Judy Blame, Christopher Shannon, Liam Hodges and Sadie Williams to reimagine it for 100 years time.