Martine Rose brought London flair to Florence for AW23
The designer looked to ill-fitting doll's clothing as inspiration, adding in some cheekiness, sex and fun.
The Ultra! Issue
Naomi and Goldie hit south London in Martine Rose
The iconic duo star on the fourth cover of i-D's fall 2022 issue as the designer discusses creating clothes for "wonky" people for SS23.
Martine Rose channels London's seedy side for SS23
For their first physical show in almost two-and-a-half years, the brand took to a railway arch that once housed the city's storied gay saunas.
Martine Rose SS22 and Bottega’s Great Wall takeover: What’s In fashion?
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The New Worldwi-De Issue
Martine Rose: "We found new ways of telling stories"
The category-defying designer on how she found a way to bring community and curiosity to her immersive digital show.
Martine Rose's new England shirt celebrates what makes football great
Presented in a film by Rosie Marks, the Lost Lionesses jersey is a tribute to the community spirit at the heart of the beautiful game.
Martine Rose explores sex and sportswear for AW21
Just in time for the England team's push for the final in the European Championships.
Gay Balenciaga and pub chic from Martine Rose: What's in fashion?
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Martine Rose's digital show highlights what makes everyday life so special
Presenting her SS21 collection, the designer captures lockdown life for the likes of Drake and Elsa Majimbo in LA, Tokyo, Ramallah and more.
Martine Rose explores your behind-closed-doors kinks for SS21
Through tight banker's tailoring, frilly garters and camboy models, the London designer looks at what been getting us going during lockdown.
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.
Here’s an exclusive peek at Martine Rose’s collaboration with Farah
For AW20, the London designer paired up with the heritage brand on its 100th anniversary.