Fashion & Lifestyle
Something’s brewing in Memphis, Tennessee, as a grass-roots movement harnesses the power of coffee to help society
Think that folk music is just old men warbling in a bar? Then think again. From Morris dancing at the BRIT Awards to queer sea shanties and punk zines about stone circles, ye olde England is getting cool-as-folk with a new generation
Rolling in like a warm breeze from across the Atlantic, Jimi Hendrix touched down in London and flicked the switch from dull post-war grey to glorious Technicolor.
Zoey Goto received a rare invitation to speak with Dries Van Noten, to discuss the cerebral designer’s take on gender fluidity, the future of the catwalk show and how fashion might offer us a much-needed dose of unadulterated escapism.
Opening a new venue is a huge decision for any bricks-and-mortar business. For the founders of Panadera bakery, it meant getting resourceful with what they had and keeping a very close eye on the business’ day-to-day financial health.
How do you measure a suit whilst maintaining social distance? And following months of WFH loungewear, is there even an appetite for getting suited and booted again? Zoey Goto paid a visit to see how the world’s most exclusive fashion street is adapting to the new post-Covid normal.
Brewing a fresh blend of beans and beats in Memphis to serve and inspire the community
In June, Serlina Boyd and her six-year-old daughter, Faith, launched Cocoa Girl, the UK’s first magazine for black girls. There have been distribution woes, NDAs and negative headlines – here Serlina reflects on the past few months.
South China Morning Post STYLE visited the Italian fashion house to see the making of a US$100,000 K50 suit.
Lockdown has done strange things to our relationship with our homes. Months of WFH and gazing at the same four walls have left many yearning for a change of scenery. Travel restrictions have created itchy feet. We’re starting to eye-up the paintbrush and consider splashing our drab walls with a riot of glorious colour; seeking ways to inject some of that buzz and excitement – usually found by being out there in the world – into our domestic spaces.
Good style never goes out of fashion. These four women live by this saying, choosing to reject contemporary fashion and immerse themselves in the looks of the past.
From the moment he broke onto the scene in the 1950s, Elvis singlehandedly changed the way that people across the globe dressed, and his influence can still be seen everywhere now, from the street to the catwalk.
On his 85th birthday, we celebrate the fashion legacy of the man from Memphis
Zoey Goto interviews actor Benedict Cumberbatch on the set of Sherlock.
40 years after his death, Elvis’ style lives on.
Zoey Goto interviews author of the best-selling 50 Shades series.
10-page feature on European tailoring.
Brendan Mullane tells Zoey Goto how the key to mixing sports-casual and formal wear is a swapping matter.
Zoey Goto interviews British fashion designer Paul Smith.
Zoey Goto interviews head designer at Gieves & Hawkes, Jason Basmajian.
‘Fashions fade, style is eternal’ declared the late fashion pioneer Yves Saint Laurent. The legendary performer Elvis Presley, who was born 85 years ago on the 8th January 1935, is one of those rare icons whose style influence has outlived their career.
Zoey Goto looks at Asia’s next wave of male models.
Zoey Goto looks at the best sustainable fashion on the market.
Zoey Goto trails three Indian-origin labels as they prep, show and wow at London Fashion Week.
Zoey Goto interviews Olympic Equestrian Alex Hua Tian.
‘Sprezzatura’ is the latest buzzword in menswear, used to describe a look of effortless elegance. Tailoring aficionado Cristiano Corneliani talks to Zoey Goto about how best to achieve this elusive style.
Zoey Goto interviews designer Marc Newson on his G Star collaboration.
Zoey Goto reports from London Fashion Week.
Zoey Goto interviews fashion blogger Susie Bubble.
Zoey Goto takes a ringside seat for the latest menswear collections.
Zoey Goto peeks behind the scenes at one of the world’s greatest costume houses, Angels.
Zoey Goto interviews Japanese fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto.
Zoey Goto, author of the new book ‘Elvis Style: From Zoot Suits to Jumpsuits’ looks at The King’s key style moments – from his youthful hand-embroidered rockabilly wear, to his diamond encrusted Caddy.
Zoey Goto looks at how Neapolitan tailoring expert Luca Rubinacci has made every day a technicolor triumph.
Zoey Goto interviews the British designer Thomas Heatherwick.
When Elvis burst onto the scene in the ’50s, he revolutionized not just the sound of America, but also the style.
Wearable tech is on an unstoppable rise, and the latest wave of products take the concept to heady new heights. Zoey Goto presents the ingenious new items you shouldn’t be living without.
Shenzhen’s pavilion at a top London design exhibition showed progress, but also how far modern Chinese design has to go.
London Fashion Week Men’s has become the go-to showcase of new trends that will define wardrobes for the coming season. Zoey Goto picks out the key looks.
Zoey Goto interviews fashion photographer Tim Walker, ahead of his V&A exhibition opening.
Zoey Goto speaks to some of the leading experts in women’s postnatal health to get the scoop on keeping intimacy in your post-baby relationship.
Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders, Marios Schwab, Gareth Pugh, Modernist and Erdem – Zoey Goto looks at the labels to watch.
From Dover Street Market to Aram, Zoey Goto looks at the best places to shop in London.
Designer Oliver Spencer on his journey from Portobello Market to the catwalk.
Zoey Goto looks at the latest interior trends.