If your clothes don’t actually exist in physical form, is there any point in wearing them?
A smattering of the great director’s impressively stylish and uncompromised advertising work.
A ‘carnival for the visual senses’ sounds just the thing to help us emerge from the monotone tedium of the Old Normal and into the Brave New World.
The rise and fall of British TV’s most notoriously raunchy dance troupe and brief pop music sensations.
A humorously profane music video and a pair of shoes spark mass panic amongst the religious right.
The hidden world of conservative latex fashion.
Devilish Christmas decorations, alternative fashion accessories and stitches with attitude.
Images of the festive season from a less cynical age.
The hippest shop of Swinging London and the unlikely pop song that it inspired.
Even Britain’s notorious advertising censors couldn’t agree that this poster, featuring a fully-clothed 28-year-old-woman, was sexualising under-age girls.
Fine apparel and snazzy soundtracks for the cult movie lover who has everything.
Scoffing at the idea wearing a protective face covering in public places is neither big or clever.