Kate Lawson

Work It: Women in Power

October 29, 2014

The fashion industry has struggled with the aesthetics of female power for decades, but there has been a significant shift in designers enabling women to communicate their mood, intent, and actions through style.

The Enduring Horst

September 5, 2014

In his signature aesthetic of artificial light, staged poses and full-on glamour, Horst’s innovative vision included shooting Marlene Dietrich for Vogue, and collaborations with Coco Chanel, Jean Cocteau, Elsa Schiaparelli, and Salvador Dalí; not to mention his iconic portrait of a sinfully straining Mainbocher corset, which later inspired Madonna’s “Vogue” video.

Joe Corré, 21st Century Teddy Boy

September 4, 2014

“I find fashion boring,” says Joe Corré, a statement you wouldn’t expect to hear from the founder of Agent Provocateur and progeny of the King and Queen of Punk, Dame Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren.

Connecting With Each x Other

June 24, 2014

One of British artist Robert Montgomery’s poetic, text-based pieces inspired Jenny Mannerheim and Ilan Delouis to create their own fashion label, the Parisian based Each x Other.

Barbara I Gongini: Nordic by Nature

May 1, 2014

We spoke with designer Barbara I Gongini, who is currently based in Copenhagen, about sustainable ethics, fabrics as art, and how her clothes allow the wearer to be whomever they want to be.

Ann-Sofie Back to the Future

March 26, 2014

“Where I grew up, fashion was considered superficial,” explains Swedish-born designer Ann-Sofie Back.

Tasya van Ree Wears Her Heart on Her Tee

February 25, 2014

“I just try to be present and aware in every moment, with the angle of an open heart,” explains Tasya van Ree.