Menswear - Autumn 2020
21 January 2020
20 January 2020
Of all the post-streetwear brigade, Matthew Williams is the one who has offered the most defined, polished, individual fashion statement.
Sartorial hybrids have been Abe’s signature for so long, but here she punched through that logjam of seen-it-all-before to create something tough and topical.
The detail of his designs, the intricate ingenuity of the seaming, the marriage of art and function were an entirely joyous glorying in creation.
19 January 2020
Dries Van Noten
19 January 2020
The backing of cosmetics giant Puig means Dries Van Noten is no longer weighed down with the responsibilities of the independent creator. But there's also the passage of time. Older, defiantly not wiser.
Jonathan Anderson's fantasy wardrobe offered so many possibilities.
18 January 2020
Kim Jones’ ethos is the consummate marriage of creativity and commerce. He knows how to make beautiful things.
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