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 an encounter with a cowboy who handcrafted his own hats, the environmental scientist moved into millinery, learning to make unique and memorable designs that have won him fans from surfers and athletes to celebrities like Madonna.
The young CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund-nominated collective brings passion and imagination to every irreverent and evocative design, from an oversized Tiffany’s shopping bag worn as a dress to an American flag-printed cocktail dress with a dragging tail that went viral.
The latest crop of rising jewelry designers are embracing historicism, ancient forms, and imperfection in striking, sculptural pieces with a focus on sustainability and individuality.
After launching his label over a decade ago, the Liberian-American designer’s vision of a world unbound by barriers of race, class, and gender is changing the architecture of the fashion industry.
The bicoastal duo has helped reshape the New York fashion scene in its own image, from diversity on the runway to gender ambiguity—earning a spot on this year’s final list for the LVMH Prize along the way.
The London-based Korean designer pushes the boundaries of femininity with clothes designed to appeal to a diverse group of women.
Take a look back at some of our favorite collections of Fall 2018 on some of our favorite dead celebrities in this exclusive collaboration with Britt Berger of Fashion in Afterlife.
After eight years building up her brand mame in Tokyo, the Japanese designer brings her understated creations to Paris Fashion Week for the first time.
The storied British house launches a new line of accessories inspired by their iconic trench coats.