Nabil Azadi is a renaissance man who concerns himself with anything particularly beautiful, ugly or useful. Born and raised in New Zealand, a nation rife with Tall Poppy Syndrome, he will never really be celebrated in his homeland.
Famed for their dramatic and instrumental music, we caught up with Mark Smith ahead of new their new vocal-led and beat orientated release, 'Take Care Take Care Take Care'
The Iranian-German designer showed a collection of durable urban pieces crafted from leather and textiles dyed with pig's blood
The sportswear luxe label takes blazer-clad models on treadmills for an interactive show this season
Finnish sibling duo Tuomas and Anna Laitinen showed another stellar collection of abstract prints and delicate knits
Set to music composed by Hiromi Yasuhiro, the Japanese designer showed a decadent collection inspired by Oscar Wilde
The images of German artist August Sander were the inspiration for Yamamoto's dignified vision of man
Arashi Yanagawa introduced his vision of the bad-boy gone good with padded suits, platform oxfords and gold-studded armbands
The South Korean designer plays with layering and adds a surprising new dimension to classic menswear
The RCA graduate finds her inspiration from British lads, boyish troublemakers and Jamie T for her designs
We caught up with the relentlessly energetic 19-year old Brad Oberhofer and discuss his origins as a musician
Touring debut album 'Made The Harbor', this all girl trio talks to Dazed Digital about an acapella SXSW set and living in cabin deep in the Green Mountain National Forest
Persian-German menswear designer is fighting back against the "fashion potato dumplings" of the world.
James Milnes aka Lawrence Arabia is out capturing hearts with catchy pop melodies
Paris' Brachfeld Gallery & Dorothée Perret present the exhibition 'Live Alive', a collection of concert tees featuring your favourite designers
We sit down for a lengthly chat with the Austrian menswear designer who has deftly been paving her way through tactile collections.
We speak to Korean menswear designer Wooyoungmi about infiltrating Paris.
A retrospective of Throup's meticulously calculated trousers was presented in Paris for two days.
Petrov puts another spin on the rebel without a cause look that takes a more tailored direction.
Borde salutes the boys of Shoreditch and Hackney with a tailored flourish.
Abstractions of black and white photography and a variety of textures bring to life the monochrome ensembles at Margiela.
World War I veterans inspire this collection that is anything but military.
American artist and gambler George Condo gave Kimmel the chance to host his own casino night.
Self-taught and straight-talking, New Zealand's latest revelation is knitting the Antipodes into a frenzy.
Bears want to be him and cubs want to be with him. Dazed talks to Pattern Is Movement's Chris Ward about influences, vestigial members and plans.
Gritty and courageous, Brooklyn’s latest musical offering take a moment before their European tour to talk sound and Survival.