From The Feet Up, A Confident Debut At Berluti FW19
Kris Van Assche’s first runway collection for the Fall/Winter 2019 season saw him deftly reinterpret and propose new ways of looking at the bootmaking house’s history and codes.
Too Much To Bear, Too Much To Feel
The textile and garment artist Shawna Wu is an intriguing new talent whose work boldly embodies and dissects such complications as faceted identities, cultural burdens, sustainability, and empathy. ISSUE Magazine mines her mind and emotions.
Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY’s Fall/Winter 2019 Show Was A Dystopian Utopia
In an intimate, highly personal collection this season at London Fashion Week: Men’s, Charles Jeffrey demonstrated his evolution from an innocent Lost Boy into an emboldened young man.
Planes of Paradise: A Conversation With Jamie Tan
On the tail of a debut solo show in Taksu Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, the Singaporean artist talks to ISSUE Magazine about his practice and obsession with colour.
At Versace, An Exploration Of Modern Man That Ultimately Glorified Women
Donatella Versace offered a reflection of masculinity to challenge menswear’s stereotypes in this Fall/Winter 2019 collection – ironically championing women above all else.
Chalayan’s Fall/Winter '19 Men's Collection Straddled The Tensions Of Evolving Masculinity
In a deceptively simple collection for the FW19 men’s season, Hussein Chalayan has offered a beautiful and elegant answer to the age old question of what a man should be wearing – especially in a time of change.
Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades Get 3 New Additions At Design Miami
Ateliers Biagetti and Oï, and Tokujin Yoshioma contribute their creative geniuses to Louis Vuitton’s line of homeware, combining design and the craft capabilities of the luxury house.
Nécessaire Is The Bodycare Brand To Know
From Nick Axelrod and Randi Christiansen come the most exciting new bodycare brand to hit the market: a tightly-edited and elegant blend of clean, effective, and sexy products.
I Have An Issue With: Fashion’s Chinese Pandering
China and the Chinese are more than their stereotypes, which when well-intentioned involve red and the Zodiac, and when racist involve dog-eating and other tired insults.
An Exceptionally Precious New Trio Of Products By Kanebo
The Japanese skincare brand is launching its premium, ultra high-end range of products, named The Exceptional, designed and formulated to achieve clarity in skin.
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