A First Look at the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Major Balenciaga Exhibition. A full century ago, the Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga opened a boutique in San Sebastián that would eventually turn into one of fashion’s most storied houses: his namesake label, Balenciaga, which officially came to be after two decades of dressing Spanish royals, when […]
This trio of T-shirts by sportswear brand Vollebak features camo prints designed to conceal the dirt and damage done by extreme sports.
Glen Luchford captures a New York moment with the Rag & Bone stars in today’s two films
Burberry and the Henry Moore Foundation has announced it will collaborate on a major exhibition in London, showing over 40 sculpture works alongside Burberry’s February 2017 collection. According to Christopher Bailey, chief creative at Burberry, the iconic sculptor’s work has inspired the fashion brand’s latest pieces.
Remember Dior and I? The 2015 documentary about Raf’s first collection for Dior ft. that now-iconic scene of the designer crying over a Diet Coke moments before the show :'( Well, that film is now getting a sequel, kind of.
Opening in May 2017, the V&A show will celebrate the life and legacy of the Spanish couturier
Apple, Facebook and Google took public stances against the ban. Why are fashion’s largest companies silent? While the giants of Silicon Valley took public stances against Trump’s immigration order, the silence from fashion’s largest companies has been deafening.
From medical device to fashion statement
The Fashion and Textile Museum in London is hosting the first ever UK exhibition dedicated to artist and designer Josef Frank, with textiles, furniture and watercolour paintings
The face of the British art world is changing – or at least the faces of those who head some of the U.K.’s most prominent arts institutions are changing. Tristram Hunt is the new director of the V&A Museum and Maria Balshaw is the favorite to head the Tate.
“The fashion show is the ultimate realisation of a designer’s vision,” writes Alix Browne in Rizzoli’s spectacular new book
She was known as the Queen of the Curve for her architectural innovation, but Zaha Hadid’s vision extended to the body as well.