From creating extraordinary hair-y insects to running the eco-conscious clothing line, STATE, artist and designer Adrienne Antonson is as fascinating as her work. Amanda Coen caught up with this Renaissance woman in her Brooklyn studio to discover the stories behind her work.
By Amanda Coen
As Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Chanel and Dior dominated last week's Met Gala red carpet, the heavyweights of haute couture remind us that there is still a place for extravagant and theatrical fashion. Julia Parfenyuk reports on the industry's changing tides.
By Julia Parfenyuk
With scientific research looking for new and innovative ways to construct fabric, your next outfit could now be found in your fridge, at the bottom of the ocean, or even metamorphose in front of your very eyes. Flo Mills-Lyle looks into some of the more unconventional fabrics being developed today.
By Flo Mills Lyle
Since launching her eponymous line during the A/W 2012 season, recognition and praise have come swiftly for Vancouver-born, London-based fashion designer, Edeline Lee. Irene Kim chats with Lee about a journey full of fits and starts and the sweetness of arriving.
By Irene Kim
A new exhibit at New York's Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) pays homage to Chinese-American fashion designers who have refashioned the space that exists between East and West. Semmi W. visits the exhibit on opening day and chats with the designers involved.
By Semmi W.
The Great Gatsby's costume designer, Catherine Martin, has collaborated with Brooks Brothers on a Jazz Age-inspired menswear collection. As America's finest haberdashery and a personal favourite of F. Scott Fitzgerald's, who better to release a collection worthy of East & West Egg society?
By Alex Korchynski