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In the first of an ongoing series, we ask two experts in their respective fields about the role this issue’s theme – colour – plays in their chosen discipline. We talk to Candice Chan, founder and creative director of J. Candice Interior Architects, and Kai-Yin Lo, jewellery and accessories designer, art adviser and cultural historian, about the influence colour has on their lives and work.
Style sensation Kristina Bazan talks to our fashion director about online stardom, music and what makes it all worthwhile
Men’s style expert Eugene Tong talks to our fashion director about his unlikely career, a changing world and his style essentials
With a signature style and delicate trademarks, Dr. Woo is a leading light in the movement that is seeing skin ink become one of the fashion world's most desirable accessories.
Judged on her film career alone, few would argue that Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie is worthy of the epithet “icon”.
In a world where fashion designers are celebrities, Hedi Slimane remains something of an enigma. The reclusive creative director of Saint Laurent is notoriously media-shy, rarely giving interviews. While most designers choose to base themselves in the bustling fashion capitals of Paris and Milan, he prefers the anonymity of sprawling Los Angeles. Yet despite his low profile, he continues to be one of the most talked about and influential designers of his generation.
First finding fame as an irrepressible Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham has carved out an impressive second act in her career as a respected fashion designer, adding fortune and a following of new fans.
With star designers quitting their posts, major houses jettisoning diffusion lines and the whole concept of fashion weeks coming under scrutiny, more than four decades on, Tommy Hilfiger still blazes a trail.