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The Scottish-born designer on how he rediscovered his artistic appreciation in lockdown and how it inspired his new collection
For the American creative, art is more than something you look at in a gallery. And in her latest show, you become part of the work
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Suits fought back against sneakers, saturated colour ruled, and shorts were still quite short. Charlie Porter sums up the season
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Assured luxury from one of Paris’s most storied houses, while Thom Browne shows nonsense with a message
What does it take to survive a fashion show? Rick Owens brings a tent. Jonathan Anderson dresses his brother
After a long period of sobriety, designers are embracing hedonism — and bucket hats, again
A stellar collection heralds a new era for menswear at Louis Vuitton
Does the Belgian designer’s duchess satin jackets mean return of tailoring for men?
Virgil Abloh is liberated at Off-White via Bart Simpson and James Dean
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Prada drops the conceptualism, but what’s the theory behind the shortest shorts in fashion to date?
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At the London Collections Men, the home of tailoring, the suit had gone Awol. Unless it was a tracksuit
SS19 review of Martine Rose, plus A-Cold-Wall, Art School, Rottingdean Bazaar, Stefan Cooke and Bianca Saunders
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Fused garments have become de rigueur on the catwalk. Do they work in real life?
More and more brands are rejecting real fur, but is the alternative any more ethical?
While there were a few highlights, the men’s collections struggled to respond to a new political era
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AW18 Paris show report on Vetements, one of the most radical brands in fashion
Traditional tailoring was a rare sight at the shows, as designers focused on padded jackets, trainers and cords