Whistles presented their collection in the Kings Cross Tunnel, selecting an unconventional venue with its futuristic light wall as the perfect location to showcase their versatile new looks. In what resembled a remarkably stylish commute, models appeared on this unique runway in sophisticated and classic designs. Sport and streetwear influences were easy to spot, and… Read More

Mr Brainwash

For his first UK solo show, the elusive artist Mr Brainwash took over all five floors belonging to the Old Sorting Office. The exhibition, which included a collection of contemporary paintings and giant sculptural installations, was inspired by his subversive perspective on twentieth-century icons and pop culture. An iconic centrepiece took the form of a 20ft. gorilla, weighing… Read More

JW Anderson

JW Anderson grabbed attention with his French Riviera-inspired show at the College, a show that cemented his reputation as an international leading designer. Speaking to Vogue, the designer explained that ‘we were looking at our DNA, thinking what things made it and how to own them”, citing leather in particular as being one of them. He… Read More


Vice and Intel took over the Bloomsbury Ballroom to present a multimedia extravaganza that featured performances from leading artists and musicians such as Mark Ronson, Spike Jonze and Kele of Bloc Party. In an exhibition curated by the Creators Project, internationally-renowned artists, designers and musicians showcased their work for thousands of attendees and celebrated in… Read More