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It’s a funny time for French fashion. The city with the most traditional legacy finds itself facing disruption at every turn. Male creative directors are being replaced, social media is putting demands on craftsmanship and Macron has arrived with sweeping reforms. But on the streets of Paris SS18, the biggest change is afoot. Women areContinue reading “‘In Paris, Street Style Disrupts the Fashion Hierarchy’, Culture Trip”
A metaphysical investigation of the socks and sandal phenomenon, by India Doyle.
‘If something is well-made, it grows and ages with you; it becomes part of you. Once we begin appreciating better quality, the need for novelty wears off,’ posits Stamos Fafalios over email. It’s the end of the Sustainable Fashion event in Athens, and I’ve contacted him to find out how Greek designers are coping during these austereContinue reading “‘Greece’s Odyssey for Sustainable Fashion’, Culture Trip”
Stealing from cultures, religions and contemporary iconography to such an extent certainly felt like the end of the world – and the beginning of a new one. Read the full report on SHOWstudio, here.
‘I ain’t no Kendall Jenner but I’m a black muslim girl from east london that’s about to finesse the modelling industry’ wrote Shahira Yusuf on Twitter back in November. Born in Somalia and hailing from East London, the 20 year old’s statement has since been retweeted almost 60,000 times, making her entrance into the fashion world one ofContinue reading “Meet East London’s Muslim Model Ready to Shake Up the Industry”
Full report from London Fashion Week SS19, Ashish. Images by Alexandra Waespi on Twin online.
Culture Trip meets the menswear brand weaving activism and workwear together in Ukraine.
Read the full report Sadie Williams SS19 on Twin online.
Twin issue XVII: Wham Bam Andersen Photography Clare Shilland, Words India Doyle