From mega-jewelry to armour-esque gloves, designers for both Menswear and Couture Week this season have reached new heights. Of course, the sleek-yet-boyish tailoring of SS24 menswear, and the boundary-pushing AW23 couture season deserve a spotlight of their own, but it’s impossible to not be enamoured by the accessories this season.
AI Fashion is slowly but surely taking over. Rapidly growing in popularity and interest, the first AI Fashion Week was held last week in NYC, and as interest in the power of AI blooms amongst the fashion community and consumers – the technology which supports it develops further, expanding creative potential and disturbing the fashion space.
Fashion is theatrical by nature, and designers have always embraced the evolution of technology – gimmicks, shock factor, and innovation are no strangers to the runway, but Social Media has without a doubt brought forward a formidable platform for brands to not only showcase their designs but also bring press and discussion about a collection.
After 10 years leading the Italian fashion house, Jeremy Scott has announced he will be stepping down as Moschino’s creative director.
DZHUS is a conceptual clothing and accessories label founded by Ukrainian designer and stylist Irina Dzhus in 2010. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Dzhus has had to flee her home and find refuge in the EU, working between Warsaw, Paris and Berlin.
The location for this season’s Anna Bolina runway show is a nondescript windowed room off the J train in Lower Manhattan.
Trashing Clothing, an LGBT Ready-to-Wear Palestinian fashion brand was founded with a unique fusion of political satire, provocativeness, kitsch culture, and wit.
In the wake of Omicron and the general bereft nature of culture as of late, fashion week in Paris, New York, and Milan have returned with a bang.