Political fashion has never been straightforward.
Ed Smith’s weekly Left Field column.
Jane Shilling reviews a new autobiography of the veteran British fashion designer and punk icon.
Sexualising young girls to sell clothes sends the message that all females, regardless of their age or developmental maturity, are fair sexual game.
A major new retrospective does justice to the shocking elements of Gaultier’s work, yet also celebrates his embrace of bad taste.
The catwalk is white-washed, and industry insiders have been passing the buck for too long. A new tactic from The Diversity Coalition might finally change something.
Eating disorders are still not really regarded as diseases in the same way as cancer or malaria or measles - and in part, that's because of the work of the fashion industry to fetishise the ultra-skinny.
For an octogenarian, he has an amazingly catholic taste in headwear.
Male models at Hedi Slimane's show for Yves Saint Laurent looked ill, tired - and unhealthily skinny.
Does the success of a man as a womenswear model mean that the fashion industry is finally embracing difference?