How the humble t-shirt became a political protest tool

From its conception as an undergarment for labourers in the 19th Century, to its first reference in popular culture in F Scott Fitzgerald’s 1920 novel This Side of Paradise and universal recognition on Marlon Brando in 1951’s A Streetcar Named Desire, the t-shirt is a hugely underrated garment capable of traversing traditional gender roles in addition to hosting […]

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5 Luxury brands awarded the sustainable Butterfly Mark

Positive Luxury connects luxury brands with sustainability through the Butterfly Mark. Inspired by the story of the Large British Blue Butterfly, which was brought back from near extinction in the UK, the Butterfly Mark is awarded to brands for their measurable impact and commitment to sustainability. Brands who want to be awarded must go beyond […]

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Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams opens on 2 February and is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition about the house of Dior ever staged in the UK. The show offers an in-depth and wide ranging study of unique couture garments, spanning 1947 to the present day, with a particular focus on Christian Dior’s love of […]

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Haute Couture SS19 Highlights

From the dreamiest gowns to the statement-making designs, we round up the best highlights from Haute Couture Week SS19

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10 questions with Huishan Zhang

Just after he opened his first boutique in Mayfair, London, we caught up with the designer on his post-fashion-month plans

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Audrey Hepburn Auction at Christie’s

Discover our most-wanted selection from the Christie’s auction of Audrey Hepburn’s private collection, including clothes from Givenchy and Valentino, her iconic ballet pumps and jewellery.

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