6 May 2019
22 June 2018
Luke and Lucie Meiers have managed to translate the house's founding principle of purism into shapes that are as essential as they are metropolitan — and all the better for it.
18 January 2018
This season, the designer embraced the world as it is with an acknowledgment and embrace of the dark side that gives his clothes their unique spine.
Menswear - Autumn 2017
25 January 2017
There simply isn’t another soul in fashion with Van Beirendonck’s ability to blend the joyous and the ominous.
The State of Education
28 August 2016
20 May 2016
5 February 2016
Demna Gvasalia, head of the Vetements collective and newly appointed artistic director of Balenciaga, talks to Imran Amed about a new operating model designed to fix the ‘broken’ fashion system.
Menswear - Autumn 2016
23 January 2016
WVB built puppets into his clothes conveying the idea of people playing with other’s lives
23 January 2016
In the current climate of fluid identity politics, Tim Blanks examines images of masculinity offered on the Paris runways.
25 August 2015
Walter Van Beirendonck
25 August 2015 • By Walter Van Beirendonck
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