5 April 2018 Designer Focus Designer Focus: Cat + King Next up in our Designer Focus series is Cat + King. Get to know the creative forces behind the New York City-based label and learn more about their beginnings in fashion, what inspires them, and
29 March 2018 Designer Focus My Favourite Piece: Young n Sang Building a collection is a very personal process for each and every designer—and many items have their own story and deeper meaning. In our new series, My Favourite Piece, we ask designers about a
22 March 2018 Designer Focus Through The Designer's Eyes: Singapore Part of what makes the Not Just A Label community so unique are the countless designers that hail from all around the globe. Tapping into this diverse and expansive network, we're featuring
1 March 2018 Industry Reexamining Our Fashion Deities Virgil Abloh. Kendall Jenner. Justin O’Shea. Alessandro Michele. Demna Gvasalia. Chances are pretty high that the moment your eyes crossed those words, a wave of recognition swept over you in an
15 February 2018 Essay Charting the Next Creative Capital No matter the craft or industry, every creative has—at least for a fleeting moment—had a specific mecca to set their sights on: a place that somehow represents the fulfillment of a dream, a place
23 January 2018 Industry Fashion & Fantasy | Part 13 A Monthly Curated Video Selection by Niccolò Montanari: "For my first 2018 Fashion & Fantasy installment I decided to venture into the realm of dance and movement."
21 December 2017 A Letter From Editor's Letter 2017 As 2017 draws to a close, I write my annual Editor’s Letter from LA’s Laurel Canyon – knowing I will spend my first Christmas away from my snowy Alpine hometown (…instead, waiting for my Visa). This
7 December 2017 Competitions World Of WearableArt™ Awards: Call For Entries The World of WearableArt, known as WOW, is a renowned international design competition in Wellington, New Zealand that attracts hundreds of entries from all over the world. Finalists compete for over
6 December 2017 Essay The Debate on Quality in Fashion The debate in fashion I believe, is not about what’s en vogue and what’s not. Whether you see someone in flaring jeans and you think this is very 70s, or someone wearing pearl embroidered jeans and
20 November 2017 Industry Fashion & Fantasy | Part 11 A Monthly Curated Video Selection by Niccolò Montanari. Over the past few years, fashion film has been developing as a genre and breaking away from its traditional definition of fashion in motion. As
5 February 2018 Competitions Open Call for Entries: International Woolmark Prize The International Woolmark Prize celebrates outstanding fashion talents from around the globe who
14 February 2018 Competitions Open Call For Entries: Redress Design Award 2018 Do you have what it takes to rethink fashion? Redress is scouring the globe for the top emerging
20 December 2017 Industry Fashion & Fantasy | Part 12 A Monthly Curated Video Selection by Niccolò Montanari: It wouldn’t feel like Christmas without the
5 December 2017 Competitions Feeric 33 | New Talents Competition Feeric Fashion Week has since 2008 developed itself in an international fashion hub for designers
21 November 2017 Competitions Open Call: 2018 Parsons x Flying Solo Fashion Award Revolutionary industry fashion hub, Flying Solo, has announced its open call for 2018 Parsons x
31 October 2017 Designer Focus Designer Focus: Ka Wa Key London based design duo Ka Wa Key Chow and Jarno Leppanen explore the relationship between soft
18 September 2017 Horizon Fashion, Sustainability and the Misplacement of Shame Silvia Bombardini delves into the layers of fast fashion, uprooting societal attitudes,
18 August 2017 Essay Fashion's Troubled Mind The fashion world is often portrayed as a place of glitz and glamour, excess, extravagance and
7 August 2017 Essay De-Centralising London as Fashion's Epicentre | Part One For the past three years, Professor Angela McRobbie has been investigating how fashion micro-
4 August 2017 Designer Focus Black Blessed Floriana Serani founded Black Blessed, a Rome-based concept-brand only after years of honing his
18 December 2017 Competitions LVMH Prize 2018: Apply Now Launched in November 2013, the LVMH Prize was created to honour and support young fashion designers around the world. Every year, a young designer
2 November 2017 NJAL Projects HEAD – Geneva University of Art & Design | Graduate Highlight NJAL is proud to introduce the 2017 HEAD – Genève (Geneva School of Art and Design) Bachelor and Master graduates. Following the graduate show live-
2 October 2017 Industry Fashion & Fantasy | Part 9 This month’s curated film selection by Niccolò Montanari is an ode to Mexico, its beauty and the creatives behind some of the best fashion films,
20 September 2017 Industry The Zeitgeist of Hong Kong's Emerging Fashion Designers The Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest (YDC) is arguably the most important annual fashion event in the city. No other show offers as much
13 September 2017 Industry Fashionally #10 | Young Stars Shine Bright on Hong Kong Stage The annual FASHIONALLY showcase champions Hong Kong’s up-and-coming designers. In collaboration with The Hong Kong Trade Development Council, NJAL
25 August 2017 NJAL Projects Fashion & Fantasy | Part 8 The next edition of NJAL's Fashion & Fantasy series explores athletics, sports and movement. Established sportswear brands have so far
16 August 2017 Designer Focus D.efect Lithuania-based label D.EFECT looks for the beauty in imperfection and celebrates the defects that make each of us unique. These imperfections
11 August 2017 Essay De-Centralising London As Fashion's Epicentre | Part Two For the past three years, Professor Angela McRobbie has been investigating how fashion micro-enterprises get off the ground in three cities: London
31 July 2017 Essay Can Fashion be Truly Subversive When it Comes to Gender? It’s official. Gender is in fashion. With brand behemoths like Burberry and Gucci merging their menswear and womenswear shows, John Galliano casting
7 July 2017 Designer Focus Hsu In NJAL’s latest Designer Focus, jewellery designer Dorry Hsu takes a break from crafting her delicate asymmetrical pieces to talk process and