Hattie Stewart’s Pattern, Shape, Fluidity, Versions
Wonderland favourite and rebel-illustrator Hattie Stewart has a new exhibition in Brighton starting today.
PFW: Ann Demeulemeester SS16
A collaboration with Kate McGwire leant towards the melancholic at Ann Demeulemeester for SS16.
PFW: Vionnet SS16
Body-bag couture – in raw silk no less – was on show at Vionnet SS16.
Agony guru Aunt Flo gives one reader the answer to all their smoky-eye woes: Urban Decay’s Naked smoky palette.
PFW: Dries Van Noten SS16
The king of print and pattern mixed vintage rigour with idiosyncratic spin in Paris.
Harrods Unveils Exclusive Fendi Bag
Fendi produce a super-covetable backpack for Harrods.
Woolmark Collections Unveiled
We talk to Woolmark International Prize Winners, Public School and M. Patmos to learn about their design process and much more.
The latest offerings from accessories brand Skagen are all about modern style and purposiveness, reaffirming the beauty of Danish design.
PFW: Alexis Mabille SS16
Fruit salad colours are served for Alexis Mabille’s sports-luxe SS16 collection.
PFW: Guy Laroche
A shifted tone at Guy Laroche for SS16 meant protruding leatherwear and updated trenches.
Ashley Williams × ICA
Ashley Williams and a load of other exciting creatives are putting on a must-see installation this week in Birmingham
PFW: Maison Margiela SS16
Gender is so last season. Galliano schools us on how to do neutral right for Maison Margiela SS16.
PFW: Anthony Vaccarello
Throw your knickers in the bin for Anthony Vaccarello SS16, hip-slits and minis galore.
PLAYLIST: Stony Browder Jr – ‘Loud and angry: The Forefathers of Rebellion’.
7+ piece collective Stony Browder Jr are making us forget it’s only mid-week with their eclectic, diverse and colourful Wonderland playlist.
Etat Libre D’Orange: Remarkable People
All you remarkable people out there, here is your new fragrance.
PFW: Jacquemus SS16
Surprisingly wearable looks and Neverending Story vibes with a white horse on the catwalk for Jacquemus SS16.
MFW: MSGM SS16
MSGM served up a collection of contrasts inspired by skateboarding, laid-back romanticism and textured fabrics.