Here are some of FIB’s current favourite photographers, who push creative and conceptual boundaries in relation to sex, love and war in their work. 1.
Thirty-one year old Dutch fashion designer and couturier, Iris Van Herpen, is famous for her trade-off between revolutionary innovation in technique and materials and artistic
Legendary leather craftsman Paul Seville has mastered the art of bringing intricate leather accessories to the forefront of eccentric boudoir culture. His natural gift for
The Met Gala, the annual fundraising event held in New York aimed to benefit the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute is without a staple
In 2004, British fashion photographer Nick Knight was asked to take a few snaps at Alexander McQueen’s Black Event. More than a decade later, the
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty opens at the Victoria & Albert museum on 14 March 2015. To build excitement for the arrival of the exhibition in
London based AnOther Magazine is dedicating their entire S/S15 issue to paying eye-catching tribute to the past, present and future of Alexander McQueen. The issue
This month saw the fifth anniversary of the death of iconic fashion designer Alexander McQueen, whose life and career has inspired exhibitions across the globe.
After truckloads of success from its run at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2011, the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition is coming to
When it comes to fashion, London has it pretty much all figured out. Whether it be the street fashion or the shopping, Londoners have the