VFILES’ Julie Anne Quay does it “for the kids in the...

Julie Anne Quay was taught by the best. After being hired by Esprit straight out of university and working for Australian Vogue, the Australian...

Safa Sahin on nature-inspired silhouettes, sculpture and creative intuition

There is no room for apathy in Safa Sahin’s world. Whether he’s strolling through a leafy Oregon forest, watching a cyberpunk dystopia on...

How Kozaburo Akasaka won the Special LVMH Prize

It could’ve gone two ways for Kozaburo Akasaka. The LVMH finalist admitted that fashion wasn’t a field he had envisioned himself pursuing; instead it...

Meeting the buyers of The Broken Arm

The first thing you should know about the owners of Parisian multi-label store The Broken Arm, is that they’re not difficult to find –...

Uniting designers and stylists with Bookalook

Social media are pervading every aspect of our existence, to a point where we no longer pay attention to the line which separates the...

PR mogul Ed Filipowski on the power of communication

You might expect the co-president of a leading fashion public relations and production agency to have his own office at the end of...

Reason/Passion: The place of politics in fashion according to Julien David

Born in romantic Paris and trained at Parsons among the cold, spread-sheet towers of Lower Manhattan, designer Julien David established his fashion company in...

Thomas Lenthal on translating a designer’s vision into images

  "It takes as much time to do a bad job as to do a good job." Words are a funny thing, aren’t they? Say a...

On the transformative nature of dress: Fashion in Film Festival

Fashion and time are at the heart of this year’s Fashion in Film Festival (11th- 26th of March). From Alain Resnais’ Last Year in...

From the atelier to the big screen

Fashion is never timeless - it is marked and torn by time. And time, in return, can be revealed or manipulated by fashion. Celebrating...

Cecilia Dean: The woman behind art’s unrivalled publication, Visionaire

From a set of five 12-inch double-sided vinyl and a package of plastic toy figures to a crate of conceptual perfumes, artist-created breath strips...

“Is cool really relevant?” An intimate meeting with Alber Elbaz

While going through education, we learn a deceptively simple lesson: trust. Not just in the opinion of a tutor which is supported by their...