In the world of Rei Kawakubo

Come 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will see to host the next Met Exhibition based on the theme of Rei Kawakubo, the founder and designer of beloved Japanese …

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Dior Homme x Toru Kamei

Kris Van Assche is a pioneer of minimalism and confrontational design – from colour palettes that evoke emotion to the consideration of silhouette to create the i …

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Meet the Founders of Ethical Fashion Platform, The Helm Society

Founders of ethical platform, The Helm Society, Nicole Bennett and Aleysha Campbell, know a thing or two about curating the ideal ethically sourced closet. I caught …

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Female Heroism of Prada

Italian powerhouse Prada always brings its best and brightest with every season, and with creative director Miuccia Prada behind the scenes being one of the most re …

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Guo Pei’s Tribute to Marie

Regarded as one of China’s foremost couturiers, Guo Pei is all about clothes-meets-art in an exquisite manner – and that’s all about watching models pan …

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One Step at a Time for Diversity

It finally feels like the industry is slowly starting to progress with the understanding of diversity, and rightfully so, after having been slammed for fallin …

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Sartorial Scoop: Spring/Summer ’16

One down, three to go! London, Milan, and Paris, that is. The New York chapter of the Spring/Summer 2016 runway extravaganzas has just wrapped up, and even though s …

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The mass-produced shirt

It’s baffling to think that the plain tee should never cost over $10, but when they aren’t, we need to question why. In today’s society, $10 gets you an avera …

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The Authenticity Of Diversity

James Scully once said ‘Gucci gets two thumbs down for the lack of diversity [in their casting]’ back in 2016, with the notion that the fashion industry was n …

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The Industry For Women, by Women

The rise of the female direction is prominent in the new year, and continues to grow in the fashion industry. From New York’s first all-hijab collection by Indone …

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Hermès’ History Class 101

Outstanding is in for the Fall/Water 2017 season, and Nadège Vanhee- Cybulski knew just how to incorporate it into this collection for Hermès. A continuation from …

Undercover’s New Society

Subversive with more performance act than runway show, Jun Takahashi of Undercover did the absolute most for the F/W 2017 season, which was held at the historic Sal …

Aquilano.Rimondi’s Structures

With mixture of masculinity and femininity, joint together seamlessly with the use of bold silhouettes and innovative fabrics, Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi …

Dion Lee Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear

Dion Lee; a name synonymous, if not transcendent, within the Australian Fashion scene, unveiled his 2017 Fall Collection at New York Fashion Week last week, marking …

Brandon Maxwell’s Sensuality

‘A homage to love, freedom, appreciation and the connectedness of relationships’ – that was what Brandon Maxwell described his F/W 2017 collection, which was …

Tadashi Shoji’s Love Revolution

Inspired by the 60’s and 70’s of the youth from the times of revolution and rebellion, Tadashi Shoji’s F/W 2017 show was nothing of a dramatic and enigmatic  …