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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.
Ahead of his debut show as the brand’s creative director, Felipe Oliveira Baptista looked to the house’s past to inspire its next chapter.
“Their power is in the energy of the person who gives them to you,” says the fashion designer.
The ancient accessories are being embraced by a new creative generation.
In Singapore, a decadent yet sustainable Chinese-Cantonese restaurant — and more.
As Chanel prepared for its Haute Couture Spring/Summer ’20 show in Paris, T Singapore went behind the scenes to discover the dedication and craftsmanship that are poured into each collection.
Over-the-top banquets have long been viewed as harbingers of impending doom. Their recent resurgence on the fashion circuit feels like a cheeky comment on the times.
The 53-year-old creative director has a strong vision and affinity for the Max Mara woman and wants to design clothes that fit into her life.
Through the fashion designer’s various identities and struggles, two things have remained consistent: his ability to predict a cultural moment and the pure emotion of his work.
The fashion designer enjoys some downtime leading up to his Fall 2020 show.
From leisurewear to shirtless suits, T analyses some of the many ways women dress to make a statement.
Meet the up-and-coming talents showing their collections in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
The founders of Opening Ceremony get nostalgic about their Asian-American upbringing and sketch their favourite childhood food.
The fashion label Another Tomorrow offers up a new model for environmentally sound design.
In Singapore, a four-seat pizza omakase that is also a chef’s creative playground — and more.
When fashion designer Phillip Lim finally decided to put his kitchen to use, he followed his nose back to the fragrant dishes of his childhood.
Ben Gorham, the founder of fragrance company Byredo, thinks the winning formula lies in the accuracy of translating the intangible into the tangible.
Have a glimpse of what went on set with Mark Chao, the Chinese-Canadian actor who is also the cover subject of T’s “Men’s Fashion” February 2020 issue.
Ingo Wilts, the designer and chief creative officer of Hugo Boss, talks about his approach to the German brand and staying at the top of the game in a digital age.
In the flesh, actor Mark Chao exudes a charisma grounded in the roots of old-school chivalry.
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