Hynam Kendall is a London-based writer and fashion consultant for luxury brands. His Art, Design and Architecture writing has featured in titles including Architecture Plus, Frame, Dazed and The London Review and he has curated and hosted design debates in galleries internationally. His fashion writing has featured in Esquire, Cent, Ponystep and Dazed.
Fresh after winning the Swarovski Collective Award, duo Peter Pilotto offer advice to everyone hoping to break into the design world
A new film tells the story of Cuts – the hairdressers that shaped three generations of London style
Meet Richard Malone, the CSM grad taking his references from Ireland’s rebellious post-recession teens
Get an exclusive look at the CSM grad’s AW15 debut collection – prettifying men in 70s silhouettes and luxurious fabrics
In an abandoned tube station deep beneath London, the sportswear icons present their new and improved ACG collection – inspired by the super-fast pace of city life
The photographer and longterm Dazed contributor talks 90s Ibiza, artistic appropriation and paraphrasing Susan Sontag ahead of his new book
London's knitwear mavericks celebrate seasons past with an energetic, beat-fuelled retrospective at the London museum
East-Helsinki childhood pals Juho Paalosmaa and Tomi Hyyppä make the kind of pure electronic pop that current chart acts could only dream of.
The DJ collective consisting of Sir Nenis, Fiskars Flipperi, DJ Anonymous & J-Laini is the closest thing to club phenomenon ever to come from Finland.
Lily Allen’s tears overshadows what is fast-becoming the only international music menagerie to attend.
Chaz, Toz, Jez and Caz love abbreviating names with a z and eating a lot of cheese.
Robbie Williams, X Factor, Topman’s latest 34” jeans… Conversation takes a few unexpected turns with pop-soul UK hybrids The Gadsdens.
Parisian electro synth-master Flairs challenges the midget of pop to a dance-off.
Aided with the likes of Little Boots, Richard X, Annie, and, um, Mariah Carey, Designer Drugs will make 2009 their year.
Valencia’s forward-thinking DIY rockers introduce us to a New Year of Spanish delight, musically speaking.
Trash superstars Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head wax lyrical about their Meg-Ryan affiliated home state.
Finnish lady trio (with a French name) Le Corps Mince de Francoise are un-genre-able and proud. Zut alore!
Harry-Potter bespectacled Francophile Dent May takes us down music memory lane.
80s trip-hop legend The Lady Tigra still loves the Cars That Go Boom.
The Good Natured's Sarah McIntosh has a Casio synthesizer, and she's not afraid to use it...
Famed for gargantuane-scaled sculptures, British art scene stalwart Anish Kapoor does the unthinkable and unveils covetable scale models small enough for pilfering hands.
North London gypsy punk trio take to the stage in bloody gin-soaked skeleton costumes aboard a pirate-ship shaped artelier… just another night out in East London.
Aesthetically-pleasing Spanish songstress sets her sights on Blighty.
Trip hop songstress Jess Hopcraft admits, after a world tour, her band may have already peaked, but that won‘t stop them continuing to spread “the international language of party”.
Ex-Pipette Rose Elinor Dougall swaps the polka dot three-piece for “a grown up vision of solo ecstasy”.
He might have Depeche Mode on board, but he’s not too proud to bump session singers for the rousing vocals of Granny.
The Camden indie trio take a grumpy view of their burgeoning underground fame.
The hip hop-loving New York instrumental trio on touring with bands like Bjork and Daft Punk.
The Stockholm electro trio, back with their Waiting for Desire: 9 Nuances of Skacid EP, fear the eternal embrace of Beethoven.