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Black is often regarded as a colour of disguise. Yet, here are five black items that are surprisingly persuasive and revealing.
Since history, the fashion industry championed and relied on human intuition. Now, what are the possibilities of artificial intelligence replacing these human judgements?
The designer puts the finishing touches on his costumes for the Royal Ballet – and works on dress sketches for the Met Gala.
From the black and white campaign images shot by Steven Meisel to the unveiling of its new retail space in Hong Kong's IFC Mall, we take a look at how things at the French house are changing under Clare Waight Keller.
Marni’s creative director captures his inspirations in 10 dreamlike images.
An ongoing digital campaign titled The Art of Collaboration continually reinterprets the brand's identity.
A look by the rising men’s wear label Ernest W. Baker, which is named after designer Reid Baker’s 91-year-old grandfather.
Challenging traditional ideas of dress — who wears a thing, and how it’s worn — is central to both the design and politics of Los Angeles-based brand, No Sesso.
Seventies-style totes in organic materials and go-with-anything earth tones.
T visits French fashion designer Marine Serre's — the first designer to ever secure the prestigious LVMH Prize without having officially established her brand — just days before her runway show in Paris.
To the young Swiss label, Leslie Amon, the bathing suit should be worn to lunches, dinners, the streets and the pool – by real women.
Ukrainian Photographer and Director Yelena Yemchuk brings to life the sensuality of nature with identical twin models Lia and Odette Pavlova.
Historically, the runways have set the framework for social and political change. But as collections are premeditated by commercial viability, the causes they once spoke for seemingly lose their pertinence after headlining a season.
Remo Ruffini, CEO of Moncler, speaks to T on his brand’s new strategy to replace seasonal lines with monthly collections.
As fashion month kicks off this week, meet the rising talents showing their collections in New York, London and Paris.
Here, a roundup of tips and tricks, inspired by the men’s shows, of new ways to wear things — some of which you probably already own.
The timeless and ever-packable vacation shoe gets a playful update.
The Sac de Jour Souple backpack keeps to the streamlined design of its predecessor while offering its users the malleability of supple full-grain leather.
The illustrious cultural legacy of The Beatles summed up in a nifty pen.
The signatures of three icons on their own right come together in one carryall.
Matter Matters draws from the enduring lives of art movements past.
In this third collaboration with New York-based design firm Snarkitecture, Swedish fashion brand COS continues its creative streak of conceiving collaborations that speak to its design ethos.
In partnership with design students, a healthwear company has created a new kimono-inspired hospital gown.
Minimalism was a trend that waxed and waned. Here, a brand that's quietly sustaining it.
A curious list of things and devices.
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