Archivio J.M. Ribot digs into the past to give a new identity to clothes that have a memory.
Ziggy Chen adds a bohemien touch to his loosely tailored menswear.
One color, multiple shades, infinite possibilities.
We sat down with the Ukrainian-based designer to discuss what inspires her delicate yet strong creations.
Nude elegance meets industrial roughness.
Los Angeles Viper Room glam meets New York City spleen.
Victoria Andrejeva puts the past into direct use to improve the present.
A focus on the work of Shin Murayama.
Werkstatt:München balances formal perfection and emotional content in unique pieces of handcrafted jewellery.
Sara Lanzi creates the perfect wardrobe for the modern day Alice Through The Looking Glass.
Alice Waese clothing and jewelry collections blossom quitely like a winter garden
Daniela Gregis brings lightness into winterwear with airy shapes and primary colors.
Le Paradox reinterpets Uma Wang’s signature codes in collaboration with Christina Abdeeva.
Tactile suggestions define Simone Cecchetto’s raw yet polished aesthetics.
Rick Owens gradually plunges into the realm of the surreal.
Le Paradox reinterprets the codes of Asciari Milano through the lens of Stephanie Lou.
Yohji Yamamoto strips down the garments of any excess while still keeping true to his “devil is in the detail” aesthetic.
Alessandro Michele continues his groundbreaking revolution at Gucci.
Rei Kawakubo brings to the catwalk an army of 18th century’s Punks.
Lemaire showcases a powerful mix of simplicity and conscious experimentation.
Aganovich stages a dramatic show filled with passion and dark romance.
Charlotte Abramow captures Rose and Aliane dancing in the infinite whitness.
Faded forms. Trembling silhouettes appear within the milky morning dusk.
Art, fashion and desing meet underwater.
Uma Wang gives military structure to romantic emotions.
Manuela Iodice shoots a story inspired by Anthony and the Johnsons’ music.
The young designer stages a conceptual peep-show inside Tate Britain.
Space is the place for J.W. Anderson .
Mathias Kiss and Wooyoungmi blur the lines between design and fashion.
In an age without secrecy, Toogood puts the private on parade.