This month, our Spotlight shines on London-based Cypriot knitwear designer Alexandra Hadjikyriacou, whose collections are manufactured in a football scarf factory in Cyprus.
This month, our Spotlight shines on Hind Matar, a Bahraini designer whose fledgling womenswear line blends Arabic and Western influences, reflecting her nomadic childhood.
This month, our Spotlight shines on Isaac Reina, who brings a compelling blend of spare utilitarianism and human warmth to his collection of bags and small leather goods.
Aurora James of Brother Vellies is preserving the traditional shoemaking craft of South Africa and building an emerging business in the process.
June’s spotlight shines on London-based print designer Lisa King, who launches the first season of her vibrant scarf and accessories brand this month.
This month, our Spotlight shines on Vetements, a young Paris-based label, entering its first season, run by an international collective of seven anonymous designers focused on deceptively simple, beautifully cut clothes.
Seoul-born designer Rejina Pyo combines graphic inspirations from abstract art with an elegant, subtle femininity for a winning collection of deceptively simple, contemporary-priced pieces that have struck a chord with influential retailers.
This month, the BoF Spotlight shines on London-based menswear designer Sebastiaan Pieter, whose debut collection offers an intriguing amalgamation of stunted, gender-bending tailoring and Middle Eastern- and Asian-influenced silhouettes.
After presenting the third season of her prim yet playful womenswear, designer Serafina Sama of Isa Arfen talks to BoF about her burgeoning brand.
This month, the BoF Spotlight shines on Sarah Angold, a young London designer whose sculptural statement pieces have a futurist-meets-craftsmanship aesthetic and feature an unusual blend of materials from wood to manmade composites, inspired by science fiction films like Transformers.