it's pouring down at marine serre
After creating her spring/summer collection during a 45 degree Parisian heatwave, the French designer imagined our world after the apocalypse — climate wars, heatwaves, mass extinction, acid rain.
prada's new simplicity
"There’s too much fashion, too much clothes."
christopher kane's ode to ecosexuals
We all love the planet and want it to survive — some of us, it seems, really really love it.
hustlers is already the most iconic movie of 2019
With its A-List cameos and heady mix of female empowerment and true crime drama, here's how the movie surprised literally everyone.
lou dallas' show is a fantastical journey into the art world
For spring/summer 2020, the designer explores anti-capitalism and sustainability through her astrology-inspired collection.
'midsommar' is terrifying because it defies traditional horror tropes
Ari Aster's sophomore film trades bumps in the night for ever-present dread, something we know all too well.
y/project brings its trademark fun to spring/summer 20
An opulence and elegance were added to Y/Project’s playful creativity.
clothing as an autobiographical canvas: acclaimed artist sterling ruby turns fashion designer
S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. applies the practice of one of America’s most exciting artists to a post-apocalyptic wardrobe.
charles jeffrey finds a punky optimism to survive turbulent times
“Loverboy has always been about looking after those who are smaller than you.”
gucci gets political in rome
The label’s Cruise extravaganza was both an ode to the eternal city and an urgent pro-choice protest.
cruising in seoul with cottweiler
As the only international brand showcased at Seoul Fashion Week, the London-based elevated everyday reality wear label reimagined its autumn/winter 19 collection on an entirely Asian cast.
martin parr might just have created the most enduring document of brexit britain
The photographer's new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery reveals the true, mad, and delirious horror of our national culture right now.