Alexander Fury in Paris looks at couture's fusty reputation and the trio of big names kicking off the shows
Behind the scenes it's the powerhouse of knowledge and respect that age brings that helps you to assert your place in the industry
From futuristic fantasy to the return of the slip dress, Alexander Fury and Rebecca Gonsalves look back at the spring/summer 2016 shows for inspiration
Head of the men's division of Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones has fused formal and casual, bringing a new direction to fashion. Before his autumn/winter 2016 show, he speaks to Alexander Fury about tailoring, travel and one of the busiest schedules in the business
French designer claimed he, not Mary Quant, was behind iconic Sixties symbol
What better way to show your support than by putting their wares on your back?
Designers on the move. Pixelated perfection. Emerging markets and bags of style. The Independent's fashion editor Alexander Fury gives his predictions for the year ahead on the catwalk and behind the scenes
I'd like to stop the slob – wear trousers rather than jeans, buttoned-up shirts as opposed to T-shirts
Back in 1996, Alexander McQueen approached the war photographer Don McCullin about reproducing his images on clothes. McCullin refused. McQueen did it anyway
Thakoon Panichgul is restructuring his business round an approach dubbed 'see-now, buy-now, wear-now'
The season’s dress code is to dress up. But to tie, or not to tie? To err on the side of cautious tradition, or to explore brave new sartorial terrain? Our fashion experts give their takes on the menswear debate
Princes and paupers: London's tale of two fashionable cities
It is the Donald Trump of fashion: loud, ugly, offensive
Forget foulards and ditch the dicky – designers are proposing a host of alternatives to traditional neck-gear and it looks unexpectedly chic
He grew up movie-mad in 1980s Doncaster. Now he's creative director of Coach. Stuart Vevers tells Alexander Fury how it all happened
Bringing costume out of stuffy glass vitrines and into the real world, Olivier Saillard has ripped up the rule book