Game on. For Autumn Winter 2017, Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy collaborated with Adidas for his decidedly sporty take on menswear, soundtracked by the show’s models discussing their dreams and aspirations.
Denim deconstructed. Dresses flowing free. Ukranian label Ksenia Schnaider is redefining our wardrobe with subtle plays on old classics.
An homage to an icon. ModeMuseum’s exhibition, Margiela – The Hermès Years, will display Margiela’s collections from 1997 to 2003 for the first time – exploring the relationship between Hermès and Margiela’s eponymous label through photography and the most iconic of garments.
The hair was high, the suiting was sorbet-toned and Linda, Helena and Naomi commanded the runway. Prada Spring Summer 1992 was a lesson in fun and femininity.
A little bit of luxury goes a long way. Subtly glistening, this body oil gives you the good kind of sheen.
Move your body. The Australian Ballet’s new, electric performance, Faster, showcases the sheer athleticism of ballet dancers with a triple bill from three of the country’s top contemporary choreographers.
In the heat of the midday sun and cool breeze of afternoon, salty hair and balmy skin are all we really want.
Double denim in just one bag. This ink-dipped offering makes our early-00s dreams come true.
Taking inspiration from Uma Thurman’s Pulp Fiction femme fatale, Kate Sylvester’s Autumn Winter 2017 campaign evokes the free spirit of Mia Wallace, captured by Benedict Brink on the streets of Williamsburg, NYC.
Direct from Japan. This moisturising all-rounder is one to keep on hand. For daily use or especially parched moments.