Alexander Fury

Alexander Fury is Fashion Editor of The Independent.

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Peter Dundas bows out at Emilio Pucci: Goodbye, prints charming

The legacy of shifting Pucci away from pure print and into something that occupies a real place in the fashion landscape

Dolce and Gabbana women winter 2016

Mother's day 2015: Dolce and Gabbana style during Milan Fashion Week

Despite all the mamma stuff, I doubt Dolce and Gabbana had anything like ticking biological clocks on their mind when designing this collection

Alessandro Michele portrait

Why making your mark is so important in fashion

Saint Laurent have a new logo and have doubled revenue

Mary Katrantzou, Fashion Show, Ready-to-Wear, Fall Winter, 2015, London, Runway, Catwalk

London Fashion Week roundup: Growing pains - how a gridlocked London fashion scene can make the next move

London fashion has expanded and established itself as not only a creative must-see, but a commercial must-have

Alexander McQueen: The catwalk was a stage for the designer's astonishing and troubling vision

Ahead of a major retrospective, Alexander Fury talks to the collaborators who helped create the late designer’s notorious spectacles
Models in Bottega Veneta at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday

Milan Fashion Week 2015:Bottega Veneta review - Fashion that's a bit like buying an Old Master - but you wouldn't want to hang it on your wall

Tomas Maier would never call himself an artist, but his Bottega Veneta collections are obsessed with the idea of the artisan

The Versace collection is all about a ‘new woman’, said Donatella Versace at Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week: Versace review - Donatella’s vision of what women wear at the computer

She knows when to ride that wave - earlier this year she recruited one of Versace V.2’s key proponents, Antony Vaccarello, to lead the label’s Versus line

Chignon, opera gloves and Spam-like jersey on the Prada catwalk yesterday

Petri-dish debutantes: In Milan, Miuccia Prada breeds a new mutant femininity for autumn/winter 2015

The bastard children of this collection will be everywhere next season, and as the images trickle out across the internet, they’re probably gestating already

Milan Fashion Week Gucci review: Alessandro Michele makes small steps in the right direction

The Italian designer shows debut collection for the luxury fashion house

Models wearing clothes from the Burberry Prorsum collection during the company’s 2015 autumn/winter London Fashion Week show

London Fashion Week review: Clothes - and shows - for the masses from Topshop Unique, Burberry and Christopher Kane

Sometimes you wonder what you’re applauding: designers’ innovation, or their ability to harness said innovation for commercial means?

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