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SEVALI is making upcycled couture out of mattresses and car seats
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Reuben Selby is crafting maximalist clothes for introverts
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The environmental activist group is calling on fashion’s biggest names to make a concerted change, for the sake of the planet.
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Gérald Lajoie makes urban pastoral clothing inspired by flowers
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How the pandemic changed vintage shopping as we know it
Secondhand shop owners have had to rethink their brick-and-mortar stores and even the very items they sell.
20 years on, Imitation of Christ rises again
Tara Subkoff, Chloë Sevigny and Milla Jovovich on the art collective slash fashion label’s legacy and how its eco-political ethos is more relevant than ever.
How cottagecore became this season’s most idyllic trend
Before the pastoral aesthetic went viral on TikTok, it was seen on the spring/summer 20 runways of Dior, Jacquemus and Louis Vuitton.
The BFC and CFDA have called for fashion to slow down
In a joint statement, the two leading fashion institutions have highlighted the need for change at all levels in the wake of coronavirus.