Across the world today – on September 20 2019 – millions of people skipped their jobs or school to join forces and march to demand world leaders make bold institutional change to save the planet. The climate crisis is here, it’s happening, and it’s now a matter of how – not if, or when – the human race arrests the terminal decline of the worldhellip;read more raquo;
In 1969, a writer for American Fabrics magazine wrote: “Denim is one of the world’s oldest fabrics, yet it remains eternally young.” The same year, Gap was founded in San Francisco, and for five decades has embodied the spirit of this quote, with denim that appeals to each upcoming generation’s expressive spirit.
As Gap celebrates its 50th year, now it debuts a new campaign titled It’s Our Denim Now, shot by Tyler Mitchell. Alongside this, a huge offering of Gaphellip;read more raquo;
Today, millions of people will abandon schools and workplaces to take part in the largest ever global strike over the climate crisis. Protests are planned in 150 countries, with Greta Thunberg and other youth activists leading the charge in New York.
The strikes mark the start of a week of action, bringing international attention to the environmental emergency. “What I’m telling you to do now is act,” Thunberg
Forty years ago, British designer Katharine Hamnett launched her eponymous brand, disrupting the fashion industry with her unique and explicit political message – as plastered across the ‘Choose Life’ and ‘58% Don’t Want Pershing’ slogan t-shirts which became definitive of the 1980s.
Now, for her AW19 capsule collection and accompanying campaign, the designer has cast her mind back to the start of her career and replicated ahellip;read more raquo;
Born in Costa Rica and raised in the United States, designer Carl Williams founded Karl Kani in 1989 when he was just 19 years old. Within a few years, he had become the originator of the baggy trouser trend and established himself as a prominent figure within the streetwear and hip-hop fashion scene – dressing everyone from Aaliyah and 2Pac to Diddy and
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It’s here: RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has dropped its first official trailer. Parodying the old-school British sitcom, the queens are set in a kitsch living room straight out of Coronation Street, as a talking portrait of Mama Ru tells them to “prepare for the ride of your life”. The set then transforms into a fully blown 70s-style disco as the queens sashay and death-drop tohellip;read more raquo;