Fashion has so far resisted the pull of digital technology, but now architects and designers are joining forces to revolutionise the industry’s way of working, says Debika Ray
High fashion might represent the ultimate luxury for some of us, but the endless possibilities offered by an unstitched length of fabric is far more liberating, writes Debika Ray
Taipei’s JumpFromPaper captured the public imagination with its cartoon-like bags, but can the brand come up with something new fast enough?
A show in New York juxtaposes the handmade and technologically fabricated, challenging the assumptions we make about each method, says Anja Wohlstrom
As bold geometric forms and vibrant colours take over consumer fashion, Flora Leung’s Hong Kong-based label is exactly on trend
The London-based brand fuses eclectic motifs and technical craftsmanship to create a bold, colourful menswear collection
The Madrid fashion brand combines bright colours and graphics with clean cuts, writes Christie Bakker
Businesswomen, kings and medieval Asian warriors have all understood the symbolic power of heeled footwear. And its impracticality only seems to add to its allure
Why do we have a system that puts women into supposedly standard categories without providing measurements? It’s time to “unsize”, Open NY
From UK high streets to the playgrounds of the international jet set, why does everyone want to get trussed up like a DayGlo Michelin Man, asks John Jervis?
With her fantastical wardrobe and exuberant patterns, the east London designer was always going to get noticed. But behind the giant fruits and rainbow eyeliner is a thoughtful artist well able to control the noise, says Riya Patel