Fashion

Fashion
Nov 22, 2018
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.
Fashion
Nov 13, 2018
Stefano Pilati’s Random Identities Launches on Ssense
The Italian designer is back with a moderately-priced collection of Berlin-inspired pieces in a bid to bring back good taste and refinement to fashion.
Fashion
Nov 6, 2018
Loewe’s Fall/Winter 2018 Totes Are An Artisanal Power Move
The simple two handle vertical tote – in all its function and ubiquity – is done up with artisanal craft and design as part of Loewe’s Salone del Mobile 2018 collection, elevating the everyday to the extraordinary.
Fashion
Nov 4, 2018
You Can Now Customise The Christian Dior Book Totes With Your Name
Dubbed the ABC Dior service, the French house now allows you to have your own name or text-of-choice emblazoned across its new hit monogram Book totes.
Fashion
Nov 3, 2018
Hugo Opens In ION Orchard
The buzzy contemporary label from Hugo Boss is making its debut in town with a new standalone store.
Fashion
Oct 9, 2018
Prada Is Looking Back For A Way Forward
For Spring/Summer 2019, Miuccia Prada showed a collection that evolved out of her last, espousing a range of brand classics and updating them for a more certain future.
Fashion
Oct 7, 2018
At Marni, Francesco Risso Dreams Up A World Of Cultured Whimsy
The Marni designer has an intimate understanding of the eccentricities and artistic oddball tendencies of the brand – and made clothes to celebrate a woman in her creative element.
Fashion
Oct 6, 2018
Paris Soldiers On In A Post-Philo World
In Paris, Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann, and Issey Miyake prove that there still are spaces for slow, intellectual fashion that women (and men!) want to wear.
Fashion
Oct 4, 2018
London Is Still A City For The Young
At LFW SS19, designers like Richard Quinn and Molly Goddard shoot to success, while established British names like Mary Katrantzou and Jonathan Anderson play the long game.
Fashion
Oct 2, 2018
In Paris, The Old Greats Of Haute Couture Are Playing For The Young
French heritage haute couture houses like Paco Rabanne, Courrèges, Guy Laroche, Paul Poiret and even Jean Patou are getting a second lease of life with new investors and creative talent.
Fashion
Sep 30, 2018
Celine Was Disgusting, Tone-Deaf, Irrelevant, And A Waste Of Everyone’s Time
Hedi Slimane is out of touch, and the collection he showed for the venerated house shit on and disgraced a legacy of feminine strength and intelligence.
Fashion
Sep 29, 2018
A Rocky Start For Burberry With Riccardo Tisci's Debut
The hotly awaited show turned out to be a snoozer with no direction, a deflating departure for the pillar collection of London fashion week.
Fashion
Sep 29, 2018
Blockbuster Shows At New York Fashion Week: The Hits And Misses
Calvin Klein, Tom Ford, Coach, Proenza Schouler and Rodarte were some of the big names that returned to show at NYFW Spring/Summer 2019 – though not all them showed a return to form.
Fashion
Sep 23, 2018
The Young Have Something To Say
A new guard of designers and brands in New York – Monse, Sies Marjan, Vaquera, Self Portrait and Area – showed a vision of the future at the Spring/Summer 2019 collections.
Fashion
Sep 21, 2018
New Beginnings At New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019
The optimism and promise of spring came from Kate Spade, Longchamp, Boss, Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta at the New York collections.
Fashion
Sep 12, 2018
Embracing The Beauty Of Diversity At NYFW
Differences were a source of beauty, excitement and energy at Prabal Gurung, Opening Ceremony, Pyer Moss and Chromat this Spring/Summer 2019 season.
Fashion
Aug 29, 2018
Cartier Fine Watches Are Coming To Mr Porter & Net-A-Porter
About damn time! The legacy French watch and jewellery brand is adding its key styles to both sites’ permanent offerings
Fashion
Aug 29, 2018
The Row Is Launching a Menswear Collection
The Olsen twins’ luxury label is doing a deep dive into the world of menswear, starting with a full collection in the Fall 2018 season
Fashion
Aug 23, 2018
Where The Winds Blow: Dior Rose des Vents Singapore Pop Up Store
Dior is letting the winds of fortune lead the design of its Rose des Vents fine jewellery collection, which is opening up a pop up in August
Fashion
Aug 7, 2018
Have Yourself An Atas Picnic Basket
Marni is opening its Happy Market pop up in Singapore at ION Orchard for a limited time, stocking quirky lifestyle items and cute totes and baskets worth indulging in
Fashion
Jul 12, 2018
Is High Fashion Dead?
There’s no more division between high fashion and streetwear in menswear now, as this season’s changing of the guard shows
Fashion
Jul 12, 2018
Marc Jacobs Makes Couture Great Again
In a daring move against convention and the commercial, Marc Jacobs put on a show richly inspired by couture’s halcyon in the 70s
Fashion
Jul 3, 2018
A Classical Start at Dior Man
Kim Jones looked toward the Christian Dior couture archives to deliver a modern rekindling of craft and tradition amidst his contemporary street sensibilities
Fashion
Jul 3, 2018
This Isn’t The Jacquemus We Know
Simon Porte Jacquemus’ first menswear collection was not the droid we were looking for
Fashion
Jul 3, 2018
Margiela's Crazy Menswear
John Galliano's Spring/Summer 2019 collection for Maison Margiela is a step above regular fare – it's haute couture
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
I Wanna Be… A Monastic Minimalist
My fruitless quest for a singular style identity and the elusiveness of a less-is-more philosophy
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
Modern Master
The Fall/Winter 2018 Louis Vuitton collection revealed Nicolas Ghesquiere’s masterplan for the brand and shone a truer light on the designer’s brilliance and influence.
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
The Gayest Burberry Pieces to Shop Now
If you’re looking to collect a little piece of Burberry under Christopher Bailey, this is the collection that will certainly be remembered as that Burberry collection. Here are the standout pieces to get right now, because...see-now-buy-now!
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
Saint Laurent is Simply Sexy
Thanks to Anthony Vaccarello's fabulous, sauced up creations for the storied French house – think legs, legs, legs for days
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
A Swansong at Burberry
Christopher Bailey’s final collection for Burberry was a marvellous closing tune to one of modern fashion’s great stories.
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
When Bigger Is Better
Céline’s mammoth runway carry all might do just that.
Fashion
Mar 18, 2018
The Currency of Raf Simons' Calvin Klein
How the designer at one of American fashion’s biggest brands is asking the right questions and making the right clothes for the times.