Ashish: how to use sequins as a form of protest

The 35-look-strong AW17 Ashish collection was a familiar selection of twinkling sequined creations sashaying down the runway on the backs of models with painted...

Dries van Noten: how to pull off creating 100 shows

“Please get out of that system: I have to do a fashion show, Anna Wintour has to be on the first row, Tim Blanks...

Making sense of our world through sculpture – Benjamin Renoux’s first...

Benjamin Renoux is having his first solo show in the United States at the Baert Gallery in Los Angeles. His introspective work questions the...

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...

Jahnkoy: The Displaced, a collection seeping with political weight

Growing up in Siberia, Maria Kazakova was obsessed with sewing from her elementary school days onwards. The day she first saw John Galliano’s explosively...

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...

The fight on girl hate

“What is a five year old girl supposed to think when she watches Cinderella, seeing girls tearing apart her sister’s dress?” If you think of any...

A conversation with fashion’s biggest homme d’affaires: Didier Grumbach

What comes to mind of you hear the term ‘haute couture’? The visionary designer in his atelier? The most delicate fabrics, assimilated in countless...

How is the greatest work of art produced? Together.

Brian Clarke can fit into many descriptions of an artist, but prefers to limit himself to just three: architectural artist, stained glass artist, and...

No walls – just Ruins taking over Mexico City

When Christos Petritzis first told me that he wanted to name his then-soon-to-be-released publication “Ruins” I was a bit sceptical. “Ruins, really? That’s got...

“Don’t get wrapped up in the hype,” and other advices from...

“Can everyone please, please crawl out of this man’s ass?” In fashion writing, not everyone tells it like it is. Katharine K. Zarrella does....