Sixties silhouettes and sepia tones star in this season’s collections, shot against the gritty terrain of Eastern Europe.
Disparate popular culture references result in a candy-coloured, haunting exhibition by artist Darren Sylvester,
Introducing the winners of this year’s Australian and New Zealand regional final of the International Woolmark Prize.
For spring 2017, Dior Homme artistic director Kris Van Assche staged a utopian fun fair of modern silhouettes.
Gucci unveils its foray into personalised fashion with a new do-it-yourself service for men and women.
Famed French choreographer Olivier Dubois brings his hypnotic work, Tragédie, to Australian audiences for the first time.
On the back of a turbulent weekend in Europe, Paul Smith evoked the colourful optimism of 1960s London for spring 2017.
Make for some weekend viewing with Veronique Nichanian’s spring 2017 menswear collection for Hermes.
Be the first to see the highly anticipated spring/summer 2017 collection of Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, live from Paris.
Inspired by his own travels to Africa and the enduring punk spirit of London, Kim Jones presents a standout spring 2017 collection.