martine rose delivers a tongue-in-cheek critique of british politics
“It’s all just embarrassing and this collection is a reaction to this topsy-turvy climate we’re living in, everything feels upside down, inside out.”
everything you need to know about this season’s menswear shows
As spring/summer 20 kicks off this week in London, we round up the designers worth keeping your eye on over the next few weeks.
48 wild hours in ayia napa with martine rose
The designer took us to Cyprus to celebrate her latest Napapijri collaboration with a night of joyful UK garage.
martine rose explores cultural history and sexual politics
In Paris, we find that the Martine Rose autumn/winter 19 man is more roots-y, sexy and showy than ever before.
filmmaker sharna osborne turns martine rose's new napapijri collection into a trippy ode to skiing
Hit the slopes.
what do your favorite fashion designers eat for lunch?
Buffalo Zine found out in their new issue.
the latest napapijri x martine rose collab pays homage to the arctic circle and the stone roses
Can summer be over already?
martine rose celebrates her tenth anniversary by revisiting her classics
From beer towels to rave flyers, Martine takes us on a nightlife odyssey for fall/winter 18.
martine rose reflects on 10 years of creating tribe-inspired wardrobes
As she celebrates a decade of her eponymous label, the birth of her second child, and her return to the London catwalk, the designer reflects on her eventful year.
martine rose’s new zine is a love letter to pre-gentrified london
In collaboration with Machine-A and Ditto, the North London based designer presents a limited-edition zine that celebrates the places and faces that make her neigborhood so special.
“does it already exist?”: lfwm day three round-up
From Martine Rose’s gorpcore to Kiko Kostadinov’s Lynch-infused twisted tailored uniforms, the third day of London Fashion Week Men’s elevated the everyday.
backstage at lfwm: martine rose does dad-wear for spring/summer 18
Taking fashions off the strand to an actual north London climbing wall, this season Martine Rose drew inspiration from your actual dad's wardrobe; sending wide-legged trousers and shirts, fleeces and comfy shoes abseiling down the, erm, catwalk.