Work In Progress: Fabian Kis-Juhasz

Fabian Kis-Juhasz dares to question, subvert and defy what he works with, whether that be the way he moulds leather and lycra to the body...

Open Studios: John Alexander Skelton

On the fourth day of Fashion Revolution Week, John Alexander Skelton opened his studio at the Sarabande Foundation for a tour and a conversation...

Sustainability is here to stay, so better adapt your design techniques

Ambiguity is perhaps the most truthful aspect of sustainable fashion. Whether it is as a result of the complex language used by the media, or because...

Bethany Williams: “The key is to create less pieces for a...

Sustainability is equally vague as it is trendy. The word encompasses a wide array of problems and their solutions, from pollution and global warming,...

How To: Design Sustainably

Eco. Green. Ethical. Never have three words been more important in the fashion industry. It isn’t news that the current landscape of the fashion...

Bruno Pieters, reinventing the system through honesty

At first glance, Bruno Pieters looks like any young creative – grey skinny jeans and black sneakers, his eyes shaded by an old baseball...

The Masters: Renata Estefan

Renata Estefan’s first impression is cool, calm and collected. She’s wearing a black puffer jacket with blush t-shirt underneath, dark trousers and...

Work In Progress: Colin Horgan

Originally from Ireland where he earned his BA, Colin Horgan has a few intense months ahead: he is working to complete the MA Fashion...

“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....

Breakfast with Shona Heath, the industry’s most celebrated set designer

Behind some of the most magical sets crafted for fashion editorials, shows and stores is one visionary: Shona Heath. Having been at the forefront of...

Redemption is possible: how to (sustainably) make your clothes last forever

2016: we are at a stage where the fashion industry produces 150 billion garments a year. Fifty percent of bought garments end up in...