This Fashion Week witnessed the collaboration of one of the UK’s well-known luxury brands, Mulberry, and the Nigerian-Indian designer Priya Ahluwalia. They brought together the perfect mix of cultural referencing and sustainability. Directed by Akinola Davies, the campaign film featured … Continue reading Cultural representation in Mulberry X Ahluwalia’s London Fashion Week show
Darcey Sergison writes about the work of modelling agencies in representing disabled models to enhance diversity in the fashion industry. It has been two decades since Alexander McQueen published the ground-breaking cover of a model with prosthetic legs on Dazed … Continue reading Disability Visibility in Fashion
Grace Pickford reports on the future for Fashion Weeks. The leaders of Fashion Weeks from fashion capitals Paris, London, Milan, New York and Shanghai will virtually come together at the Circular Fashion summit on the 3rd-4th October. The interactive event … Continue reading The Ghost of Fashion Future: How The Fashion Industry is Dealing with Fashion Weeks
This week, Madeleine Oakley explores the environmental issues and subsequent human reactions to London Fashion Week. Let’s be blunt. The fashion industry is damaging the environment. London Fashion Week is not helping. The biannual event showcases hundreds of elaborate garments, … Continue reading SHOULD WE BOYCOTT FASHION WEEK?
London Fashion Week is hectic, chaotic, confusing, thrilling, pell-mell, and exciting. Our team take you with them as they attend shows, rush across London from one venue to another, and generally figure out how to survive fashion week… Illustrations by … Continue reading S URVIVING FASHION WEEK