This year, ethics and sustainability finally became a priority for a range of influential players, from major high street retailers to luxury conglomerates.
Where do you fit in the feed? Social media is a Rorschach test that can reveal cracks in your brand’s foundation, argues Grant Van Sant.
On the occasion of “Guy Bourdin: Image Maker,” currently on view at London’s Somerset House, Colin McDowell remembers the enigmatic photographer who revolutionised fashion imagery.
On the eve of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, held for the first time in London, Colin McDowell sits down with the multi-tasking Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou, the show’s creative director, and owner and editor-in-chief of 10 Magazine.
In recent years, the stream of social events staged by fashion brands has spilled well beyond fashion weeks, primarily to keep pace with online fans who expect new content each time they refresh their feeds.
Curator and editor Ken Miller remembers the late art and fashion photographer David Armstrong, who helped pioneer a genre of personal documentary photography, both gritty and glamorous.
From credit card companies to automakers, it seems everyone wants a piece of the fashion world to inject a little oomph into their brands. When does it work?