tim walker captures charles jeffrey at a career turning point
When Charles Jeffrey presented his joyously self-referential autumn/winter 19 show back in January, it felt like the end of one thing and the start of another. Where the Scottish designer goes next will be an awfully big adventure.
Solange Knowles's vastly-anticipated new album, When I Get Home, is set to shake the cosmos and defy boundaries. To celebrate, writer Stevona Elem-Rogers meets her in her hometown of Houston to discuss music, belonging, and becoming Solange.
meet tim walker's lost boys
Step into Tim Walker and Ibrahim Kamara's fantasy land.
fashion is a family affair for molly and alice goddard
Meet the sister-mom dream team trio setting London Fashion Week alight.
tim walker captures the surreal majesty of tilda swinton
As she takes a starring turn in new film "Okja," Tim Walker and Jacob K shoot Tilda Swinton in all her ethereal beauty.
iconic YBA gillian wearing on the performance of daily life
Gillian Wearing reflects on her just-closed exhibition at the National Gallery that continued her exploration of the masks we wear.
sang woo kim is the male model-artist everyone's talking about
On the catwalk and the gallery walls, Sang Woo Kim is leaving his mark on London.
tristan pigott's art satirizes your middle class lifestyle
Meet the rising artist making surrealist, tongue-in-cheek paintings of people riding the subway and eating spaghetti.
take me to wonderland, baby
Tim Walker teams up with LOVERBOYs Jack Appleyard and Gareth Wrighton, and set designer Gary Card, for a shoot inspired by little more than "some graffitied wall in a pub toilet" that Tim found. Fuck reality, take us to wonderland!
edwin mohney on the beauty of designing in london
To the small town kids looking to find their place in the world, let designer and Central Saint Martins student Edwin Mohney remind you of the possibilities that await in London.
fall into richard quinn's floral dystopia
As his unsettling, upholstered designs are captured by Tim Walker, Central Saint Martins graduate Richard Quinn discusses the importance of creativity.
philip ellis designs for the world he wants, not the world he sees
His anti-Brexit graduate collection turned heads last year. Now, with a general election looming, and a right-wing government ever likely, we need designers like Philip Ellis more than ever.