'midsommar' is terrifying because it defies traditional horror tropes
Ari Aster's sophomore film trades bumps in the night for ever-present dread, something we know all too well.
y/project brings its trademark fun to spring/summer 20
An opulence and elegance were added to Y/Project’s playful creativity.
clothing as an autobiographical canvas: acclaimed artist sterling ruby turns fashion designer
S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. applies the practice of one of America’s most exciting artists to a post-apocalyptic wardrobe.
charles jeffrey finds a punky optimism to survive turbulent times
“Loverboy has always been about looking after those who are smaller than you.”
kiko kostadinov takes us to the races
Giddyup! Kiko kickstarts London Fashion Week Men’s spring/summer 20 with a horse racing themed sartorial shake-up.
gucci gets political in rome
The label’s Cruise extravaganza was both an ode to the eternal city and an urgent pro-choice protest.
cruising in seoul with cottweiler
As the only international brand showcased at Seoul Fashion Week, the London-based elevated everyday reality wear label reimagined its autumn/winter 19 collection on an entirely Asian cast.
martin parr might just have created the most enduring document of brexit britain
The photographer's new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery reveals the true, mad, and delirious horror of our national culture right now.
nicolas ghesquière presents an electric trip through parisian style
Inside a model Pompidou Centre, Louis Vuitton's autumn/winter 19 collection celebrated the style tribes of the French capital.
alexander mcqueen hits the north
From Liverpool to Leeds, Sarah Burton celebrated the creativity and beauty of the northern England she grew up in.
maria grazia chiuri championed the global sisterhood at dior
Her autumn/winter 19 collection was a dialogue between feminist thought, house codes, and the needs of women in 2019.
msgm created its own imaginary coming-of-age rom com
Lights, camera, action!