Controversial and critical tailoring is redefining the historical classics of the trench coat with modern perspective. Besfxxk collection strives for a signature silhouette with daring finishing details.
We love and admire how fierce this brand is against fashion waste. Look out for this London based brand April & Alex presenting the ‘Ferox’ collection, inspired by all women breaking through the glass ceiling.
The traditional Georgian threads, handmade from colours sourced from the Cau-casus along with old knitting techniques unleash modern, bold and a feminine take to layer your look.
Claudia Wang’s Autumn/Winter 2022 Collection debut, takes us on a fantastical journey of reimagined fictional fables transformed into print designs, as she intertwines references to Classic of Mountain & Sea an Ancient Chinese mythology text, and Taiwanese regional folklore.
A collaboration between fashion and technology is becoming an emerging trend. We witnessed a lot of digital showcases during Fashion week, some designers really stood out and made the most out of technology, one of them is JENN LEE.
OqLiq's design philosophy is to create high-end performance fashion made with high-quality fabrics which strongly emphasizes functional simplicity. The Taiwanese based brand has gained much deserved global attention over the past decade and this year it showcased its collection at London Fashion week.
In his collection and film, Rich Mnisi examines the practice of giving children English names in black communities.
There was a "party" at New York Fashion Week. Emma Altman has presented, hosted by Doors.nyc, her newest Autumn/Winter 2022 collection titled "It’s A Party".