Why do Brits and Americans refer to clothes by different names? Siobhan Thompson helps you separate your pants from your trousers…
A bumper crop of style-conscious exhibitions and shows are hitting the capital in 2015. From McQueen’s jaw-dropping couture to wartime make-do and mend – via 3D printing and clothes made from trees – there’s something for every fashion lover…
From February 2-5, more than thirty brands and designers will showcase their Fall Winter 2015 collections at Catalonia’s biggest fashion competition, to take place in Barcelona’s Maritime Museum…
Tired of mainstream clothing brands? Then delve into these wonderful vintage shops and bag yourself a hipster wardrobe.
How Raf Simons, Rick Owens and Craig Green disrupted the fashion system – bow down to the holy trinity
The weather is getting warmer and the shops are full of beautiful and very wearable summer party dresses. Here’s our pick of the best frocks for barbecues, weddings, garden parties and picnics.
Between its beaches, vibrant food scene, unique architecture and wealth of cultural attractions, the city has everything vacationers could hope for. What’s more, Barcelona has transformed in recent years into a world-class shopping capital.
Velveteen street urchin, new reptilian textiles and op-movie sidekicks dripping in jewels: our top ten CSM graduates.
Vibrant and urban, the Raval and Gothic neighbourhoods have, over the years, become the vintage hub of Barcelona, their backstreets full of secondhand and vintage shops.
Pertegaz, Antonio, Miró, Rosa Clará, Javier Simorra, Custo Barcelona, Desigual, Mango. These are just a few designers whose pieces of clothing can be visited at the Catalan Delegation in Brussels until the end of June.
Facial hair transplants are becoming increasingly popular, with many paying thousands to get a designer beard currently fashionable for men.
Summer black at Louis Vuitton, sportswear at Prada, pastels at Burberry, pink at Chanel, embellished at Givenchy and street at Saint Laurent – the key looks from this season’s catwalks
Designer, campaigner and working mother, Stella McCartney understands the challenges that face the modern woman. She opens up to Jess Cartner-Morley in this exclusive interview for the Fashion magazine. Halfway through our lunch at the Mercer Kitchen in NYC’’s Soho, I try a little of Stella McCartney’s order, a plate of organic raw kale salad with parmesan & lemon.
Clothes-sharing initiatives like Rentez-Vous might seem counter-intuitive, but there are good fashion – and economic – reasons to give ‘friendrobes’ a try
Rentez-Vous, a new clothes-sharing initiative that straddles Paris and London, is one of many new schemes that provide temporary access to other people’s clothes.
On the penultimate day of London Fashion Week, Burberry pulls in a starry front row and Peter Pilotto makes mountain vistas the print of the A/W ’14 season.
Word on the winding streets of Barcelona: 080 casting is consistently strong – especially when it comes to menswear.
This season, the French face of H&M Clement Chabernaud makes the Catalan catwalk his stomping ground, along with the Spanish armada of menswear: Andres Velencoso, Jon Kortajarena and River Viiperi