Three innovative fashion films were shown this weekend among the busy LCM schedule – and we had a front row seat.
Esteemed fashion house Louis Vuitton and Unicef have pledged to support the world’s most vulnerable children.
Lamé and winkle-pickers, what better way to celebrate Bowie-esque style in its many forms?
Gucci reveal their fun filled, Berlin-shot campaign film for SS16 – and it’s everything you could hope for.
Alongside a collection full of throwback, Burberry gave a tribute to David Bowie.
Liam Hodges stayed true to brilliant form on his first season away from Fashion East.
For AW16, James long celebrated his personal heroes with a playful, rave-y collection.
Ruffles, camo and denim, oh my! Christopher Raeburn’s wearabililty was unmatched for AW16.
Faustine Steinmetz’s first ever campaign has arrived, quietly and oh-so-coolly.
AW16 proves that Margaret Howell may not be directional, but sure can cut a jacket.
Following the news of David Bowie’s death yesterday, hundreds flocked to his birthplace, Brixton, to celebrate his life.
As usual, the inimitable J.W. Anderson went his own fearless way for AW16.
“A collection to meet, hang out and then end up in bed together.” Katie Eary ticked all the boxes for AW16.
Inspired by their home, Tiger of Sweden twisted traditions into a look for the modern man.
Moschino continues to sit at the outrageous end of the spectrum for another season.
For AW16 Lou Dalton looked seaward and brought nautical tradition up to date with aplomb.
Oliver Spencer added a touch of flavour to his timeless aesthetic for AW16.
Casely Hayford turned their graceful hand to a greatest hits tour of British subculture.
Summer sun in the winter time, Berthold’s yellow-soaked AW16 collection will keep you dry.
Prepare to be teased… Saint Laurent have released three short clips ahead of unveiling a new top secret project.
Stuart Vevers was dreaming of America when he picked up where his womenswear left off for LC:M AW16.
Blue hues on proper winter coats, 1205 did grown up dressing with seasonal trend twists.
A genius, a visionary and a true icon of music and style. Rest in peace, David Bowie.
Not a single neck was left bare at CMMN SWDN. It’s all about the collars, ensure you have at least two on show.
Restriction but with loose shapes, no-one other than Craig Green could pull off opposites so beautifully.
Maharishi continue their winning reboot by doing what they do best: messing with military conventions.
Patrick Grant lent his tailored magic to updating dubious 80s casual-wear – and won.
With a star studded catwalk and a super-luxe, super-loud collection, Joshua Kane is here to be seen.