June Kenton, owner of Rigby & Peller and holder of the prestigious Royal Warrant from Queen Elizabeth II, claims 85 per cent of women wear the wrong bra. Grace Carter has a personal encounter with the brand that has been masterminding change across the globe.
By Grace Carter
In a new stage of fashion e-commerce, two Canadian companies are venturing offline, introducing innovative personal shopping and styling services that are bridging the gap between online and the real world, taking customers by the hand - not the mouse.
By Justine Iaboni
A growing number of New York City-based fashion designers have been resettling in rural towns further upstate. Amanda Coen explores what is driving their move, how they're operating in their new communities and how technology is making it possible to continue their careers from afar.
By Amanda Coen
Coatsworths.com is a new Canadian fashion start-up about to join the constellation of e-commerce deal sites. With the web already saturated, Valerie Lam asks: how does an up-and-coming discount fashion e-retailer compete and survive in today's online shopping universe?
By Valerie Lam
March 2013 marked the launch of the 21st international Vogue publication, Vogue Ukraine. A celebratory moment for the country, Vogue Ukraine shines a light on Ukrainian talent - in the Russian language - and highlights the creeping issue of the Russianisation of Ukraine.
By Alina Kulesh
Known as the rock 'n' roll cobbler to the fashion glitterati of the 1970s, Terry de Havilland is still going strong after over 50 years in the business. With the upcoming opening of his London pop-up shop, Andrew Adebowale dons his platform wedges to chart the second coming of a British style icon.
By Andrew Adebowale