As the BFC announces its first 37 Foundation Fashion Fund recipients, the organisation wants British government and larger industry players to step up to support their smaller counterparts amid the Covid-19 crisis.
BoF breaks down the need-to-know insights that emerged from what turned out to be a week filled with drama and surprise.
The designer created a dreamhouse populated by fantastical creatures whose detachment from quotidian reality was absolute.
Following rumours of a possible Kering takeover, Moncler has turned to LVMH to find the next guest talent for its collaborations model.
The luxury outerwear brand’s innovative marketing model relies on a constant rotation of buzzy talent. BoF spotlights potential future candidates.
Just two weeks before the United Kingdom is set to break with the European Union, BoF talks to London’s young designers about their hopes, fears and plans.
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Roksanda Ilincic united painterly prints informed by the decaying layers of art posters with more utilitarian pieces, while Quinn put on a show complete with members of London’s Philharmonic Orchestra and a gaggle of feathered-bonneted schoolgirls.
From hero worship and ‘class appropriation’ to subtle snobbery and downright discrimination, British fashion has an odd relationship with social class.
March 29th was meant to be the day the UK left the European Union. Instead, the Brexit drama is far from over and global fashion brands operating in the country face a prolonged period of uncertainty.
The points of departure between the Genius designers are so great that they don’t even add up to anything, other than the sheer profligacy of creative fashion talent in the world at large. Does that make Remo Ruffini some kind of visionary? Yes.
The young designer upped the voltage of his signature megawatt prints and made the banal look utterly brilliant.