Gabriela Hearst, Marina Moscone, and Marine Serre are three of the many women taking charge in fashion of late, offering distinctive visions while attempting to slow down the endless churn of the seasons.
After years of experience at major international brands, the New York-based designer returns with an eponymous sustainable line crafted by artisans in remote China using ancient techniques, reconnecting consumers with handcraft and tradition.
The Nepalese designer celebrates a decade of championing diversity, inclusion, and a world made “stronger through color” with his vibrant clothing in his first monograph.
Photographer Gregory Harris and our fashion editor Katelyn Gray offer a celebration of individuality and originality with the help of a cast of eleven rising models assembled by The Secret Gallery.
The cover story of our Fall 2019 issue is a love letter to New York City from photographer Dan Martensen and stylist Clare Richardson starring Binx Walton.
As one of the first-ever LVMH Prize finalists from Africa, the Johannesburg-based designer seeks to share a new side of his homeland through vibrant collections based around university curricula and a zine focused on his city’s new wave of cultural talent.
By using upcycled materials and partnering with charitable organizations for every gender-neutral collection, the London-based designer serves as a role model for socially conscious creation, imbuing her streetwear with strong guiding principles and ethics.
Oversized silhouettes in neutral colors and natural fabrics form the starting point for each collection from the Tel Aviv-based designer, whose pure æsthetic is driven by the dialogue between clothes and the body they embrace.
A lifelong collector drawn to the emotional qualities of material objects, the winner of this year’s CFDA Award for Emerging Designer looks to an overflowing archive of vintage fabrics and her personal relationships with friends and family for inspiration.
Born and raised in Vienna, the Nigerian designer returned to his parents’ hometown of Lagos to launch his namesake label, focusing on creating covetable handmade fabrics meant to connect wearers more intimately to their own clothes and the people who made them.