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Harry and Meghan left the royal family this year, but not before she blessed us with a few epic fashion moments.
2020 helped us realise what's important to us. These are the new trends to expect.
The collection, designed to pay homage to postal workers, includes a £455 jacket made from old post bags.
"£758 to look like you're holding a Subway."
Even better, all proceeds go to charity. Do you need any more reasons to buy them?
Your festive Zoom calls will never look better, snowflakes.
The singer came under fire for his embrace of gender-fluid fashion. But he can count Olivia Wilde, Jameela Jamil and Zach Braff among his fans.
I am sick to the back teeth of this poisonous myth that fashion and beauty are sexist, writes Rebecca Reid.
From contouring to avocados, clean eating to even cleaner homes, it's been quite the decade.
As digital fashion weeks struggle to reach audiences, will 5G-powered XR experiences win people back?
Find out how RYOT’s first-of-its-kind, revolutionary VR fashion experience came about – from those who made it happen – in this special Fashion Week presentation.
From Louis Vuitton’s £750 face shield to mask chains and "survivor" merch.
This immersive fashion experience brings together mega-talented designers and VR creatives as it pushes the boundaries of what fashion can be - and what the future of shared digital experiences should look like
RYOT's virtual reality fashion show showcases the work of designers Charli Cohen, Damara and Sabinna, and gives us a glimpse into the immense opportunities for fashion presentations in the future.
RYOT's virtual reality fashion show showcases the work of designers Charli Cohen, Damara and Sabinna, and gives us a glimpse into the immense opportunities for fashion presentations in the future.
“My hope is that after this pandemic, fashion will not go back to normal” - the designer talks to HuffPost about how she merges handcraft with hi-tech ahead of The Fabric of Reality virtual fashion show
Explore the designer’s latest collaboration with Sanrio character gudetama in the first hyper-immersive VR fashion show, The Fabric of Reality.
Damara talks to us about the amazing potential for technology to democratise fashion and change our relationship with clothing for good.
We chat to the head of London College of Fashion's Innovation Agency, Matthew Drinkwater, about fashion of the future. All-digital clothes, here we come
Our weekend shopping trips are going to look different, but it might be for the best.