richard quinn shares a creative call-to-arms to save art education
Inspiring tomorrow’s talents, he turned his ever dazzling dial of colour, print and hyper-glamorous forms to 11. Theresa and co. are you listening?
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sex, death and david attenborough at christopher kane spring/summer 19
The national treasure narrated the Scottish designer’s exploration of sex, nature and death this season.
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rick owens sent out wearable tents in his latest utopian vision
They will be sold flat-pack to assemble at home.
sophie’s debut album will go down in history as a revolutionary record
Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides orbits the eclectic sounds Sophie has developed over the past five years with power and efficacy.
charles jeffrey goes to space
This season, Charles Jeffrey took us to space and back with a collection that married classic Loverboy staples with futuristic new shapes and styles.
the louis vuitton cruise collection was nicolas ghesquiere at his best
It was a wonderful mash-up of sci-fi, deconstructed tailoring, futuristic silhouettes and a Grace Coddington collaboration.
matthew adams dolan considers the kennedy kingdom of camelot
For autumn/winter 18, the designer explores American myth.
stranger things 2
stranger things 2 – here’s everything we learned from episode one
It’s close to midnight in Hawkins and something evil’s lurking in the dark.
prada and moschino fight for the female cause
“We have change the world. Especially for women, because there's so much against us, still.”
raf’s second outing for calvin klein mixed american horror with american beauty
From Easy Riders to Sterling Ruby, Raf’s spring/summer 18 collection explored his new vision of American life.
queer art since the decriminalisation of homosexuality
Coming Out at The Walker Gallery explores the politics, pride and protests the art world has undertaken since the 1967 decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK.
the black british art renaissance
The Place Is Here at the South London Gallery traces the boundary breaking responses black artists formulated to a racist establishment in the 80s.
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