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Music

throwback to the new old techno

Ahead of World Unknown's Easter Special, Ian McQuaid explores how the club night harks back to rave's utopian dream.
Ian McQuaid
3.24.16
Fashion

rebels with a cause

18th century punk, sexercise, and the mother of the Rhythm Nation. It was all in a day as Comme des Garçons, Haider Ackermann and Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood got rebellious at Paris Fashion Week.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.6.16
Fashion

paris goes decadent

“It’s decadence as a lifestyle,” Dries Van Noten said on the second day of Paris Fashion Week, as Maison Margiela and Rochas joined him on a Wednesday of spectacular collections where opulence came with scratches in the surface.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.3.16
Fashion

clothes, consistency and constant change

As the curtain closes on the autumn/winter 16 shows in Milan, three very different designers – MSGM, Missoni and Marni – demonstrated that fashion’s ongoing industry changes are best balanced by consistency.
Anders Christian Madsen
2.29.16
Fashion

great expectations

At the height of London Fashion Week, the irreverent designers who made it great ten years ago proved their now so business-savvy bones are still a little bit twisted.
Anders Christian Madsen
2.23.16
Culture

what’s happening to internet art?

With new landmark exhibitions on digital art and data at Whitechapel Gallery and Somerset House, what’s changing with digital art as it moves from the web to the gallery?
Edward Siddons
2.23.16
Fashion

i'm every woman

As the autumn/winter 16 shows unfold at London Fashion Week, designers spotlighted the many facets of womanhood, present and future.
Anders Christian Madsen
2.21.16
Fashion

​five japanese menswear designers you should be name checking this season

These are the new generation of Japanese designers you need to know.
Jack Sunnucks
2.4.16
Fashion

ch-ch-ch-changes – a men’s season of transformation

For the curtain call of the autumn/winter 16 men’s shows in Paris, Lanvin and Paul Smith closed a season defined by change and the loss of menswear’s ultimate hero, David Bowie.
Anders Christian Madsen
1.25.16
Fashion

life's a stage, dress for it

On the second day of men's shows in Paris, designers from Dries Van Noten to Rick Owens and Louis Vuitton tackled the gilded theatre of menswear right now.
Anders Christian Madsen
1.22.16
Fashion

at paris fashion week there's no business like show business

The ladies who lunch were out in force on the second day of Paris shows as Maison Margiela, Dries Van Noten, Rochas and Yang Li tackled a twisted sense of Old Hollywood glamour.
Anders Christian Madsen
10.1.15
Fashion

versace's army of fun

On the third day of Milan, Donatella Versace took fashion's feminist movement to an ultimate level of fun.
Anders Christian Madsen
9.26.15