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A new book and exhibition celebrates contemporary Black photographers working across art and fashion

By Kadish Morris

From Boudicca to the French revolution’s cockades, brooches have always been used to convey politically-charged messages

By Amber Butchart

Beyond the fun and spectacle of ‘Tim Walker: Wonderful Things’, something more subtle, yet equally important, is happening

By Laurie Taylor

An exhibition at Vitra Design Museum documents the movement’s influence on commercial products

By Figgy Guyver

As catwalk season begins, the activist behind the original slogan t-shirt says that sustainability must no longer be optional

By Amy Sherlock

Extinction Rebellion are calling for the event to be replaced with a ‘people’s assembly’ to declare a climate emergency

By Kadish Morris

The historic image was taken by Tyler Mitchell — the first African-American to shoot the cover of Vogue  

By Kadish Morris

From Miss Havisham’s wedding dress to Hans Christian Andersen’s ‘The Red Shoes’, why we’re so obsessed with murderous clothes

By Amber Butchart

The special-edition Fourth of July shoe has been criticized for using an icon of slave-era America

By Kadish Morris

Prada’s latest foray into the Chinese market successfully marries art and brand development

By Bohan Qiu
Ren Hang, Untitled 27, 2012. © Estate of Ren Hang. Courtesy: Estate of Ren Hang and Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong

Two years after his untimely death, the Chinese photographer continues to shape a generation of young image-makers

By Bohan Qiu

From whiteness to the male gaze, photographers Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng reflect on the conventions that underpin the fashion industry

By Shahidha Bari