The artist-led boycott has far-reaching implications for fashion and art.
Twenty-one years after her brother’s murder, Donatella Versace has revived the family brand. She tells Luke Leitch about her journey from the darkness to the light.
A-Cold-Wall, Charles Jeffrey Loverboy and Eckhaus Latta are among the finalists for the fifth annual LVMH Prize, the winner of which will receive €300,000 and a year-long mentorship.
There’s no hiding from the fact that the fashion industry has a problem with diversity. Despite years of activist pressure, the runways still reflect a very white, thin and one-sided view of the world, one which serves to marginalize many of the people whose creativity drives the industry in the first place.
Covered heads were all the rage this season, but designers risk alienating Muslim women by making headscarves into a trend.
The aristocratic French designer dressed Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy in her White House years.
Opening on June 16 at the V&A, Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up will explore how the artist constructed her identity through fashion.
The days of theatrically themed runways might be numbered.
Another season draws to a close, another edition of your favourite deadly serious awards ceremony guide to everything that happened in New York, London, Paris and Milan.
Shudu, the model behind the page @shudu.gram is being called one of the most beautiful models on Instagram. Although new on to the scene, Shudu has caused a fair amount of controversy, hinging around the fact that she’s not actually real, but a project from photographer Cameron James-Wilson.
“This is our Olympics,” Karla Welch, stylist to Elisabeth Moss, Karlie Klossand Tracee Ellis Ross tells Vogue. “It’s a celebration of all the artists who have worked so hard to get there. And fashion is an art that should be credited, too.”
The most arresting thing about Gucci's Fall 2018 show in Milan this season was almost inarguably the severed heads carried down the runway. But for some, a more crucial conversation bubbled up around Gucci's choice of headwear in the show - including a number of cobalt-blue turbans that resembled those worn by adherents of Sikhism.
BURBERRY has named Riccardo Tisci as the brand's chief creative officer effective March 12.
As Burberry, Balenciaga, and Céline all release their incarnations, is it time to bin your Birkin and embrace the 5p shopper instead?
As last season’s string of creative director debutantes settle in for their second ready-to-wear collections, the French fashion capital is relying on those trusty hype-makers while it braces itself to see what the future looks like for houses such as Givenchy, Chloé and Lanvin.
You’ve probably already hit follow on Lil Miquela, the enigmatic Instagram it-girl who isn’t real. Or maybe she is real, but just not human? Miquela, who lives in the “trying to make it on the internet” hub of LA, does everything an IRL influencer would.
From the guy that brought you Celine Dion’s Céline Dior bag.
Gucci’s Fall/Winter 2018 show is set to take place tomorrow and we’re already getting excited. Under Creative Director Alessandro Michele, Gucci has solidified its place as a can’t-miss show, and this season is no different.
Milan Fashion Week gets a visit from New York, while the Italian fashion establishment may have some surprises in store.