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Toton Januar’s narratively rich designs eschew from typical Indonesian design elements to speak more of his heritage.
Being uncomfortable is the way that Korean superstar Park Seo Jun grows as an actor and a human.
For a collaboration with Singapore-based shoe label Charles & Keith, Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen translated the poetry of her dresses into footwear.
A city, poised on the edge of Europe and the rest of the world, became the incubator for talents like Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann and Ann Demeulemeester.
Informed by Italy’s rich tradition of leather work, the Galleria handbag is assembled from 83 fastidiously crafted pieces.
For T Singapore’s cover shoot in New York, the “Homeland” actress puts on a flurry of the season’s boldest staples.
Delve deep into our film and culture-themed issue which is available as a full e-magazine.
Actress Claire Danes has been performing since she was 14, moving seamlessly between television and film. Now she is poised to explore uncharted territories.
Capitalist opportunities often emerge from times of trauma. That doesn’t make the origin stories any less uncomfortable.
For the “Make T Something” challenge, the fashion designer devises a crafty accessory using just six objects (plus one wild-card pick).
Kimora Lee Simmons, Phillip Lim and many more have collectively advanced issues of representation.
How a new generation of Dominican models has come to define the runways — and continues to shape our definition of what beauty looks like.
As tastes evolve, the demand for candles that have unusual notes, abstract inspirations or clever design touches has risen.
Sunday breakfasts are a shared ritual for Molly Goddard and her husband, Joel Jeffery, who together run the brand Desmond & Dempsey.
A well-balanced contrast between structured silhouettes and voluminous flourishes lends a lightness to spring.
Up close with the model-turned-activist Christy Turlington Burns at T Singapore’s cover shoot in New York.
Matchesfashion has created ‘The Responsible Edit’ — a spotlighting of brands that are leading the fashion industry into a more sustainable future.
How the model and activist Christy Turlington Burns uses her position to better the lives of women around the world.
Luxury fashion is scrambling to keep up with a fast-paced era, but John Alexander Skelton is committed to cementing his place in the fashion industry by his own terms.
From modern housecoats to silk pyjamas, a selection of labels making clothes that will upgrade your working-from-home look.
Open-toed sandals and slip-ons with heavy straps ground even the floatiest of dresses.
Kerby Jean-Raymond’s political, narratively rich designs for Pyer Moss presaged today’s gestures at activism on the runway. He still has much more to say.
Extravagant tableaus of fruits and flowers have become popular centrepieces for runway shows and photo shoots — and call for a new kind of responsible clean up.
Stay ahead of the pack in exaggerated ruffles, graphic florals and gothic black.
From New York to Paris, the sharpest designers — forward-thinkers of their own rights — had presented a cohort of radical looks that become a cultural riposte to the zeitgeist.
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