The bicoastal design duo is reshaping the face of American fashion thanks to their diverse vision and focus on clothing that spotlights the wearer’s unique personality, all while balancing their creativity with a newfound focus on the business side.
Taking his label’s name from a detail-oriented game invented by Lewis Carroll, Japanese designer Masayuki Ino relies upon his background as a shoe and accessories designer in creating garments that subvert expectations.
From his beginnings hosting legendary club nights in Dalston, the Scottish designer has launched a movement to bring fun back into fashion with his theatrical shows, gender-bending creations, and embrace of the LGBTQI community.
The power couple Lisi Herrebrugh and Rushemy Botter offer an exuberant look back at their families’ Caribbean roots with designs that burst with tropical color while also tackling the very visible effects of pollution and environmental destruction.
Virgil Abloh protegé Samuel Ross reconnects with his modest youth in his urbanely sophisticated designs that reflect the multiculturalism of contemporary Britain with a DIY sensibility—just don’t call them ‘streetwear.’
After a sold-out run in London, the young British actor makes his Broadway début in the record-breaking new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child as Albus Potter, a son dealing with the heavy legacy of his famous family name.
The British actor joins Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville in a vivid revival of O’Neill’s classic Long Day’s Journey into Night three years after his Tony-nominated turn in Skylight.
Starring opposite Saoirse Ronan twice in one week in The Seagull and On Chesil Beach, the British actor refuses the shy away from the darker aspects of human nature, even at the risk of discovering them in himself.
The Mexican actress finds the role of her career in the new Starz show Vida, one of the year’s most relevant new television series touching on gentrification, Latinx identity, and the LGBTQ community.
The French artist pulls from his studies in philosophy and epistemology to create swirling abstract paintings and mixed-media sculptures assembled from found materials that touch on the basis of knowledge and rationality in the search for ultimate truth.