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Live from Milan.
The designer plans a party, completes fittings — and debuts the spring 2020 presentation for his namesake knitwear label.
Thebe Magugu’s powerful womenswear has earned him this year’s LVMH Prize.
The fashion designer dresses one of his collectible Fashion Royalty dolls with a copy of The New York Times.
The culmination of in-depth research and the maison’s storied artisanal craftsmanship.
For more than three decades, the Belgian designer has been offering gleefully irreverent alternatives to the staid men’s wear of old.
Versace’s new line of handbags, dubbed the Virtus, is sure to enthral the intrepid maximalists.
Diamonds in the rough.
Telegraph a studied confidence with pops of saturated colour and the structured ease of the Fall/Winter ’19 collection.
We’re aware that fast fashion's detrimental effects, but a majority of us may still remain unclear about how to help deter it, and what we can do in our own capacity.
The founder of Palm Angels discusses the multifaceted state of his Los Angeles-inspired, Milan-based streetwear label.
Aaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein of Green River Project draw on their backgrounds as artists to create conceptual handcrafted furniture.
For their two-year-old fashion brand, Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena transform dead-stock textiles into intricately handcrafted skirts and dresses.
In a world that thrives on the concept of instant gratification, what then happens to patience and time-honoured practices?
Since taking over the helm at Celine, Hedi Slimane has overwritten the French maison’s pre-established codes — the latest of which, sees the designer overhauling its boutiques.
One step at a time, urban environmentalist Emily Lam-Ho walks us through reducing our carbon footprint — in Roger Vivier no less.
At three-year-old New York-based label Deveaux, creative director Tommy Ton approaches luxury through a decidedly discreet lens.
A look inside T Singapore’s cover shoot in Seoul with the Korean actor.
Fumiko Imano is the Japanese self-portraitist who duplicates herself for Loewe’s bizarre fashion spreads.
Korean actor Lee Dong Wook is every bit the dreamboat you see on the screen.
At Y-3, the archetypal sneaker is taken a step further and reimagined as a utilitarian armour to conquer the rudimentary.
Genius is an act of becoming, not a state, a victory nor a proclamation.
Being discreet is not a Saint Laurent creed.
As the luggage brand Rimowa approaches its 120th anniversary, new energy has reset its focus squarely on the future with a recent rebrand.
The similarities between the designer and the country run deeper than what meets the eye.
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