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.
The celebrated ballet choreographer makes his Broadway début with an acclaimed revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, earning a Tony nomination for his contemporary, candid dances.
After breaking out with her début in Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac, the actress credits her nomadic childhood from Paris and Tokyo to England for preparing her for a life as an actress who embeds herself in every role she takes on.
After years working at Louis Vuitton and Chloé and under Phoebe Philo at Céline, Rok Hwang steps out on his own with a thoughtful label that looks back with nostalgia at his own teenage years as a Korean immigrant growing up in Austin, Texas.
From denim to classic tailoring, the globe-trotting designer is focused on reinventing American sportswear for a new age, earning supporters like Rihanna for his clever reinterpretations and collaborative mindset.
Less than a year after launching his own label, the Ivorian designer has established himself with intricately conceived pieces that are androgynous, sexual, and a little subversive—but they’re nothing that would shock his mother.
Originally inspired by a Japanese horror anthology, the husband-and-wife duo are creating clothes that focus on a sense of place through unexpected, surreal details without losing their real-world appeal.
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.
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.