Light's Own Destruction: 2022
Violent blasts of light created from explosives transform a globe into a pulsating orb.
3D Film: Per Götesson
Watch Per Götesson and Digitoile's LiveStudio stream, where digital and hand craft collide onscreen.
Alexander McQueen Travels to Wales For a Community Youth Project
Creative director Charlotte James and photographer Clémentine Schneidermann of Ffasiwn Stiwdio teamed up with the British brand on a youth community project in Wales for young girls.
Fashion and Depravity go Together in Juergen Teller's New Book
Spanning the past three decades, 'Donkey Man and Other Stories' sees Juergen Teller capture fashion, family and nature with unvarnished humour and emotion.
The Designer Making Women's Cycle Wear Chic
Estonian designer Johanna Parv creates stylish, functional armour for women cycling through London's bustling streets.
Theatrics, Death and Discomfort at The Parabola Works Show
Guests at Elliot Long's debut show Imp of the Perverse in Bow, East London endured an evening of heightened discomfort, poetry and performance art.
Nick Knight on 3D Technology and Working With Robert Del Naja
The British image-maker reflects on SHOWstudio's history using 3D scanning and printing, the chaotic beauty of glitches, and why the world needs music that is as emotional as Massive Attack's.
Live Stream: Sync Day 1
Watch the first day of Per Götesson and Digitoile's LiveStudio in an unedited stream, where digital and hand craft collide live on air.
Q&A: 'Fille' Director Belle Smith
Meet the director of our latest fashion film release.
Inside The Zine Exploring Fashion's Love Affair With Horror
A new zine by Liberty McAnena draws unlikely historical and thematic connections between macabre fashion images.
Q&A: 'The Hairy Notion Of A Green Afternoon' Director Susanne Deeken
The artist, designer and filmmaker speaks about her initial path into filmmaking, art as 'food for the soul', and the trials and tribulations of combining painting, drawing, collage and stop-motion animation into a single, seamless visual world.
This Exhibition Explores The Rose's Influence on Fashion
What do Comme des Garçons, Alexander McQueen, Halston, Cristóbal Balenciaga and Charles Jeffrey all have in common? The rose, argues a new fashion exhibition in New York.
Jamie Hawkesworth's New Book Chronicles The Faces and Places of The UK
Ahead of the release of The British Isles, Hawkesworth talks about spending lockdown in the darkroom, straddling the line between documentary and fashion photography, and why taking people's picture will never cease to make him nervous.
Q&A: John Alexander Skelton And Rei Nadal on Their Latest Fashion Film
Violet Conroy talks to British designer John Alexander Skelton and film director Rei Nadal about the art of instinctual filmmaking, how clothing can evoke certain landscapes, and the revelations of designing during a pandemic.
Aries are Releasing a Footie-Inspired Capsule Collection With Umbro
The cult London streetwear brand have teamed up with the Mancunian sportswear supplier to create a small collection of football jerseys, pullovers and tracksuit bottoms.
Are You a Slogan Bag or an 'It Bag' Kind of Girl?
From Sarah Jessica Parker's Fendi Baguette to Margaret Thatcher’s ‘secret weapon,' Bags: Inside Out at the V&A surveys the bag's many iterations throughout history, from the 16th century up to the present day.
Michaela Coel Wore an Elegant Maximilian Davis Look to the BAFTAs
The creator of last year's standout TV series I May Destroy You scooped up award after award in a floor-length black dress inspired by the motorways of Trinidad.
What Can Artists' Clothes Tell us About Their Lives?
Former Financial Times menswear critic Charlie Porter turns his eye to the wardrobes, lives and works of artists like Jean Michel Basquiat, Cindy Sherman, Sarah Lucas and Ryan Trecartin in a new book published by Penguin.
The New Book Series Featuring Douglas Coupland, Peter Saville and Sho Shibuya
Sarah Andelman, founder of the legendary (and now defunct) Parisian concept store Colette, has launched a series of books featuring Douglas Coupland's colourful aphorisms and Sho Shibuya's meditative New York Times paintings from 2020.
Lagos Space Programme: 'I'm trying to break down the misconception that queerness is a Western construct'
LVMH Prize semi-finalist Adeju Thompson talks about refracting fashion through a Nigerian lens, creating clothes as an outsider, and their love of queer icons like David Bowie and SOPHIE.
Male Musicians And The Politics of The Dress
Kid Cudi set the internet ablaze when he wore an Off-White dress on SNL in tribute to Kurt Cobain. But who wore the frock first, and who rocked it best?
Essay: Communicating Fashion During A Pandemic
Across the A/W 21 season, designers experimented with printed matter, celebrity cameos, fashion film, runway shows and finally, the still image. Violet Conroy poses the year-old question: how best to communicate fashion during a pandemic?