why nasir mazhar stepped away from lfw and opened his own boutique
Fantastic Toiles in Forest Gate is a community and creativity-minded venture in reaction to the commercialisation of fashion and homogenisation of the high street.
how wolfgang tillmans and nasir mazhar reimagined 'war requiem' for 2018
In a groundbreaking restaging by the English National Opera, photographer Wolfgang Tillmans and designer Nasir Mazhar provide the artistic direction and costumes for Benjamin Britten's pacifist masterpiece 'War Requiem'.
nasir mazhar is back and we couldn’t be happier
One of London’s design, fashion and cultural dons, Nasir Mazhar, reveals his latest collection exclusively for i-D.
nasir mazhar's pool-to-rave playlist will get your weekend party started
In celebration of his just-announced menswear collection for Topman, Nasir selects a London grime playlist for enjoying summer in the city.
iris van herpen, nazir mazhar, and phoebe english feature in zaha hadid’s design exhibition
'The Extraordinary Process' will open in Soho during London Fashion Week this September.
how designers are responding to fashion’s overproduction problem
What is the value of creativity in a marketing-driven industry?
protective meets delicate at nasir mazhar spring/summer 17
For spring/summer 17, Nasir Mazhar used lace to turn the masculine associations of the tracksuit into something delicate, soft, and tantalizing.
why london collections: men is a gender-free zone
On the first day of London’s fall/winter 16 men’s shows, designers from Craig Green to Grace Wales Bonner challenged the taboos of masculinity.
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nasir mazhar goes back to black for fall/winter 16
As LC:M gets underway, Princess Julia speaks to Nasir Mazhar about his fall/winter 16 vision.
nasir mazhar to launch online shop full of exclusives in time for christmas
Every item is limited edition and exclusive to the web store, so your christmas list just got 100% more fire.
the force is strong with these 10 british designers
To celebrate the new Star Wars film, the cream of London’s fashion crop have designed limited edition sweatshirts and T-shirts in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
london’s legendary stores
From Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McClaren’s World’s End to present day Machine A, London’s fashion insiders talk about the shops that have dictated the city’s style, been the daytime siblings to nighttime clubs and fed the dreams of their customers.