the new 'typical girls' zine features generations of radical creative women
Times are tough, but together we are tougher. The new issue of "TG" features creative community leaders from different generations, including Sue O’Sullivan of "Spare Ribs," Women Who founder Otegha Uwagba, Art Hoe Collective's Gabrielle Richardson...
meet the editors shaping the future of magazines
The print revolution is here.
adidas fuses its design past with its innovative future in NMD
We talk to the shoe's designer about the recipe for an iconic sneaker.
class of 2016: kamixlo is the dj doubling as a lucha libre wrestler
The 21-year-old is setting dancefloors across London alight with his Latin-infused club bangers.
visionaries steven klein and françois nars collaborate to take our faces to amazing places
Steven Klein and François Nars' new make up collection is not for wallflowers.
the whitewashing of affordable beauty brands
Why does the low-cost end of the make-up market pale in comparison for dark skin?
desiree akhavan is the most exciting new voice in film
She's just released her first feature film, but Desiree Akhavan's vision for a new gay cinema might just change the way we see women in film.
how victoria's secret became the fashion olympics
Victoria's Secret is the billion dollar company that has models training like athletes, gets girls buying bras in a frenzy and unlike any other brand, attracts the eyes of the whole world on their show for one night.
alexander wang flagship comes to london
Alexander Wang, outfitter to every New York downtown darling is due to open his first London flagship in Ablemarle Street come summer 2015.
one woman and 100 faces with make-up artist francesca tolot
No-one is better positioned to advise on make-up than Francesca Tolot. Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor and most notably Beyonce are just some of the women who have been made over by the master of maquillage. From her home in Los Angeles, she discusses her...
hairstylist rudi lewis on hair icons past and beauty present
Rudi Lewis has good authority on which to be a hair expert. After assistingmaestro Eugene Soulieman in 1998, Rudi Lewis came into his own and hasn’t looked back since. Twenty years in the business, countless ad campaigns, catwalk shows and editorials...
celebrating giles and fashion, future and past
A lavish tribute to the work of Giles Deacon as part of the Georgian Fashion Remix at Kensington Orangery.