A 1960s reverse escapism from the catwalk to the real world
Inclusivity in fashion is more than just visibility: accessibility of shopping spaces and the actual products are just as important
Why themed collections can be more than a marketing ploy if they're done well
Why male designers are fascinated by 'deformed' women
Part 1 of a two-part series With crammed shops, an almost complete absence of disabled people on catwalks and...
Graphics by Eloise Newman As summer rolls around and the days get (mildly) sunnier, it’s easy to get...
I think it’s uncontroversial to claim that gender has been integral to fashion since it’s very creation. Garments have historically been essential expressions of...
What retailers are actually looking for is offering the right kind of new experience, something that doesn’t make the consumer feel uncool; something that offers them something truly different to what they can get online.
"It is a funny little irony that conservators and vintage dealers are struggling to preserve a few pieces while we are desperately looking for a solution to free ourselves of the insane amounts of contemporary fashion that is thrown out every year."
This week we celebrate the power of androgynous fashion and its capacity to reshape workwear.