Alexander Fury

Alexander Fury is a fashion journalist, author and critic. He is fashion editor of the Independent, i and the Independent on Sunday newspapers and was awarded the inaugural Editorial Intelligence Award for Fashion Commentator of the Year 2014-15. He was named one of InStyle magazine's 20 most powerful people in fashion in 2015.

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No logo: jeans shorn of labels and faceless models backstage at a/w 15 show of Vetements

How anonymous designers are trading on their creators' lack of ego

Designs with no name attached, labels without words – what does that offer customers? An antidote to the anodyne, says Alexander Fury

Wear your brand on your sleeve and trade on your trademarks

Is this 2015, or 1995? When did we decide we all wanted to be branded again?

Jeremy Corbyn dresses abysmally. That's a great thing because it's genuine

Jeremy Corbyn has been mocked for his Soviet-era wardrobe. But Fashion Editor Alexander Fury, for whom normally fashion is important, applauds someone who clearly has more important things on his mind

Oscar de la Renta a/w15

Oscar de la Renta's advertising image gets the point perfectly – just sell the dress

There’s no handbag clutched at eye level and no celebrity trying to convince that she truly loves the garments – just a dress on a woman in a beautiful image

Ingrid Sischy rose to prominence as editor of Artforum, moved to Interview as editor-in-chief, and latterly to Vanity Fair, where she was contributing editor

Ingrid Sischy: A tribute to the magazine editor who showed no vanity, but lots of flair

Sischy, who worked for Artforum, Interview and Vanity Fair, has died aged 63

Valentino's vision lives on in Chiuri and Piccioli - the creative duo who have succeeded him

Valentino is a byword for opulence. But with the great man now retired, how does his vision live on in the creative duo who have succeeded him? Alexander Fury meets them
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Cher on the cover of Love magazine: Queen of chiffon and sequins is the ultimate fashion icon

Celebrities copy her, the designer Marc Jacobs is inspired by her – and next week, she'll be on the cover of the achingly hip 'Love' magazine. Fashion editor Alexander Fury salutes the camp, timeless style of Cherilyn Sarkisian

Paris autumn/winter 2015 couture report:

This season felt refreshing – because some designers looked outside the narrow confines of their own heritage

Fashion’s new wanderlust: Coming to a season near you

How long until another major label decides that it will go off-piste?

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Haute Couture Paris: John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier and a tale of two distinct signatures

While all Viktor and Rolf care about is selling their fragrance - and that stinks

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