London’s V&A Museum has announced that its major fashion exhibition opening in 2022 will celebrate the “irresistible creativity, ingenuity and unstoppable global impact of contemporary African fashions”.
 The exhibition, entitled ‘Africa Fashion’ will be curated by Dr Christine Checinska, the museum’s […]

Master painter David Hockney has been a menswear style icon for 50 years with his playful checked suits, punchy bowties, shock of white hair and perfectly round spectacles. A dandy now in his 80s, his artwork and his wardrobe seem to emerge from the same paintbrush. Silhouette, sartorial detailing and […]

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum is hosting its first exhibition since the Covid-19 pandemic with an exhibition dedicated to what it calls the “ultimate accessory” bags. Originally scheduled for April this year, the exhibition explores the publics longstanding fascination with the bag, featuring […]

2020 was the year that trade shows and public events halted, opening the door for a variety of digital alternatives. With emerging technologies and hopeful news about a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, global trend forecasting agency Fashion Snoops (FS) is on a quest to discover what the future of events […]

Given the recent unpalatable events and news, some lighter reading can't hurt. That was perhaps the thought of American fashion designer Phillip Lim when he published his out-of-print cookbook during the pandemic. The culinary ebook, the proceeds of which have been donated to charity, taps into the […]

Have you ever wondered how a luxury store concept comes together? British luxury fashion house Alexander McQueen is showcasing the new retail concept that was conceived by creative director, Sarah Burton and architect Smiljan Radic for the brand’s London flagship store with a short film focusing on […]

The latest exhibition at the New York Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute traces a century and a half of fashion. About Time: Fashion and Duration, will be on show until February 7th, after a five month delayed opening from May due to the coronavirus. Tracing fashion from 1870 to the present, the […]

INTERVIEW Sweet Dreams, The Story of the New Romantics, a new book by Dylan Jones, Editor-in-Chief of British GQ, documents a phenomenal moment in fashion history. It charts the British culture explosion that happened in the ten years from 1975-1985 and, in particular, the rise––and fall––of the New […]

Forty years ago, in the autumn of 1980 to be exact, Terry and Tricia Jones founded the iconic style publication i-D from the top floor of their West Hampstead home. One of the few influential titles that still survives (in a slew of cultural style zines like The Face and Blitz) most have folded or just […]

To commemorate Black History Month, Westfield has collaborated with London-based artists and creators to open new exhibition spaces at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City that celebrate Black culture, families and individuals from the nearby boroughs. The exhibitions will run throughout October […]

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