Best in Show
Characters and creatives from within the industry select and discuss a favourite item from the previous season.
Video Essay: My Own Flannel Pride
Honing in on the flannel shirt and film My Private Idaho, fashion critic M-C Hill champions pride inside society's dressing standards.
Fashion critic M-C Hill examines fashion in film, and what personal associations to clothes reveal about society.
Video Essay: Alexander Fury on Daphne Guinness' Archive
Fashion critic and collector Alexander Fury breaks down 10 looks featured in Daphne Guinness' music video 'Hip, Neck, Spine' in an in-depth visual analysis, breaking down the origins of each outfit and their inspiration.
Best in Show: Daniel Peters
Editor Daniel Peters discusses look #11 from Standing Ground A/W 23 womenswear.
Best in Show: Dino Bonačić
Journalist Dino Bonačić discusses look #10 from Robyn Lynch A/W 23.
Best in Show: Lucy Maguire
Editor and journalist Lucy Maguire discusses look #3 from Karoline Vitto A/W 23.
Best in Show: Anjelica Roselyn
Artist Anjelica Roselyn discusses look #14 from Conner Ives A/W 23.
Best in Show: Yoav Hadari
Designer Yoav Hadari discusses look #12 from Hadari S/S 23.
Best in Show: Michaela Stark
Designer Michaela Stark discusses a look from her S/S 23 womenswear collection.
Best in Show: Chet Lo
Designer Chet Lo discusses look #24 from Chet Lo A/W 22 womenswear.
Best in Show: Jawara Alleyne
Designer Jawara Alleyne discusses look #1 from Jawara Alleyne S/S 23 womenswear.
Best in Show: Abi Sheng
Digital designer Abi Sheng discusses a look from her brand Sapiensi.
Best in Show: Stephen Jones
Master milliner Stephen Jones discusses look #35 from Matty Bovan S/S 23 womenswear.
Thighs: Willy Ndatira & Xavier Scott Marshall
The art director and image-maker collaborated on a series of photographs of black trans women, analysed by Ndatira, to implore viewers to rethink their relationships to white supremacist capitalistic patriarchal artworks, traditions and institutions.
Cheeks: Aweng Ade-Chuol
The model and activist delivers an intimate love letter to her cheeks to camera.
Feet: Jade Montserrat
Artist Jade Montserrat explores the relationship between work they have made which details feet and wider politics of representation.
Memory in a Digital Age: MANJU Journal
Image-maker MANJU Journal pays homage to the African archive in order to express how cultural practices in Africa are remembered and passed on from one generation to the next.
Yet to be Born: Mettamodernist
Crafting stories that tell the diaspora of the black experience through absurd and surreal lenses, creative Mettamodernist created an AfroAbsurdist film.
Rites of Passage: Otamere Guobadia
The writer presents a spoken word piece meditating on personal growth and intergenerational relationships.
Endurance: Rukayah Sarumi
The women's rights advocate narrates her essay 'To Be Human Is To Endure And To Create Is To Express The Human Experience – An Ode to Black Women’s Art'.