THE CUT 02.19.18

    Street Style Is Killing Itself With Its Narrow Focus on Thin White Women

    Are any designers including women of color, transgender, and non-binary women in the conversation? Are street-style photographers going to stop shooting the same skinny white women over and over again? The answer is almost always no to all of that. This season the lack of inclusivity in street-style photographs was so blatant it felt cruel.

    DAZED 02.15.18

    15 Male Models You Should Be Keeping An Eye On

    15 male models you should be keeping an eye on.

    VOGUE 02.14.18

    What To Expect From The Autumn/Winter 2018 Shows At London Fashion Week

    At London Fashion Week, the focus is on emerging designers and the swan song of a British fashion favourite.

    i-D 02.13.18

    Christopher Bailey’s Last Burberry Show Is Dedicated To LGBT + Youth

    “There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength, and our creativity.”

    DAZED 02.13.18

    Why Transparent Fashion Is Trending In The Era Of Oversharing

    Exploring the rise of see-through accessories in our social media-dominated, post-truth world.

    FASHIONISTA 02.12.18

    Drag Kid Desmond Is Amazing's Runway Debut At Gypsy Sport Is What We Need Right Now.

    The 10-year-old strutted his stuff at the label's Fall 2018 show on Sunday night.

    NY TIMES 02.09.18

    Carolina Herrera’s Last Bow

    The designer is waving goodbye to the runway and hello to a new job. Whatever you do, don’t use the word retirement.


    Does Fashion Week Make Sense For Contemporary Designers?

    Within the past few years, it's started to feel as though designers are dropping from the official New York Fashion Week calendar en masse. Some, like Proenza Schouler or Altuzarra, left the city for seemingly greener pastures abroad. Others, like Rebecca Taylor, abandoned the fashion show format altogether. In a world increasingly dominated by social media, putting on a traditional runway no longer makes sense for many.

    i-D 02.07.18

    Why Are So Many Fashion Designers Referencing Their Own Archives?

    From Martine Rose to Prada, a number of key designers are recreating archived looks for a new generation of fashion fans. But why are they making this move?

    VOGUE 02.06.18

    What To Expect From The Autumn/Winter 2018 Shows At New York Fashion Week

    The New York shows continue to be affected by too much exodus and too little influx.

    QUARTZY 02.05.18

    Only Black Is The New Black: A Cultural History Of Fashion's Favourite Shade

    When the group Time's Up encouraged all actresses and actors who would walk the Golden Globes red carpet to dress in a show of solidarity against sexual harassment of women in Hollywood and other workplaces, the color it asked them to wear was black. 

    DAZED 02.05.18

    Why Is Fashion Embracing The Glare Of The Paparazzi?

    First Yeezy, now Balenciaga – but fashion’s tangled relationship with the paps goes back a long time.

    FASHIONISTA 02.02.18

    Menswear Revenues Are Expected To Outpace The Womenswear Market

    The demand for men's fashion is steadily increasing, but are brands responding well enough with their digital channels?

    ELLE 01.31.18

    Georgia Chapman's Marchesa New York Fashion Week Runway Show Has Been Cancelled

    Marchesa will no longer be doing a winter/spring 2018 runway show at New York Fashion Week, Page Six is reporting. The brand, co-helmed by Harvey Weinstein's soon-to-be ex-wife Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, had been slotted for February 14th.

    HYPEBEAST 01.30.18

    Could Kim Jones Be Heading to Versace?

    All signs point to yes.

    GUARDIAN 01.29.18

    How Azzedine Alaïa Changed The Way we See Women's Bodies

    The Tunisian designer died in November, but with his first London boutique opening ahead of a major UK exhibition in May, his work has long proved to be far ahead of its time.


    The Surrealist Women Who Inspired Dior Haute Couture

    In light of the house’s striking Spring 2018 show, Alexander Fury traces the collection’s roots in Surrealism’s avant-garde women artists.

    i-D 01.25.18

    Five Predictions For Hedi Slimane’s Céline

    We’ve had a few days to digest the shock news that Hedi Slimane is going to Céline. But what will the empire building designer do in the house that Phoebe built?

    FASHIONISTA 01.24.18

    Fashion Designers Are Banding Together To Prove Print Media Is Not Dead

    Several recent runway collections and collaborations are a welcome antidote to "fake news."

    DAZED 01.23.18

    The Menswear Fashion Moments No One Saw Coming

    The AW18 menswear shows wrapped up on Sunday as Kenzo brought the season to a close, but, with the Haute Couture shows already underway, there’s barely time to digest what we saw over the course of the last three weeks. What is at the forefront of our minds, however, are some of the more unusual things that formed part of the AW18 schedule. 

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