Alexander Fury

Alexander Fury is Fashion Editor of The Independent.

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Rocha says: 'I've been going to shows since I was zero'

Can fashion designer Simone Rocha match her father John's success?

Simone has stepped out of her father's shadow to become a sought-after designer in her own right. Alexander Fury meets London fashion’s next great hope

Alexander Fury: Passing the torch is far more dignified before it's demanded by death

Who is the new Karl Lagerfeld? The second Armani? That's the question fashion needs to address

Gap announced its same-store sales were down 6 per cent in August, and 3 per cent in September

No more Normal: Designer dull is on trend, but struggling Gap got it wrong

The issue with normal clothing is the same as the issue with minimalist clothing: to get it right, it’s going to cost

Designer Oscar de la Renta takes a bow after showing his Spring 2015 collection in September, his last show before his death

Oscar de la Renta's passing has left a vacancy for couturier to America's royalty

He excelled at polite clothes with a touch of pizzazz

Alexander Fury: Lazy luxury satisfies some appetites, but it looks a dog’s dinner

It’s not the skill of the creation you’re left reeling at, but the ostentation

A-list winter looks: Eight must-have menswear items viewed through a cinematic lens

From Donnie Darko 'rabbit' hats and slick bomber jackets inspired by Top Gun to shart suits that could grace the back of any Hitchcock hero, Alexander Fury reveals Autumn/winter 2014's slickest styles...

Fabien Baron goes to Greenland: The creative director has trained his Leica on the Arctic Circle's monumental ice floes

The striking images were unveiled this week at Sotheby's as part of Frieze

Rick Owens and the dark art of creativity: "I could just burn the whole f*****g place down"

The American fashion designer is creating biblical epics on the grandest of scales and his business is entirely independent which, he tells Alexander Fury, means absolute creative freedom

Massimo Vitali, £35; available from selected Gap stores from Monday

Enjoy a panoramic view of the Gap

The art and fashion worlds grow ever closer: the latest cross-pollination is an affordable collaboration between the conceptual tome ‘Visionaire’  and Gap. Alexander Fury reports

Nigel Farage undressed: The Ukip leader's fuddy-duddy look is a calculated harking-back to post-war patriotism

The pint is a prop: Nigel Farage dresses more like a lord of the manor than a worker – and we're falling for it
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From David Hasselhoff to Jerry Hall
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Planet’s surface is inhospitable to humans but 30 miles above it is almost perfect
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Surrounded by high-rise flats is a little house filled with Lebanon’s history
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Critics argue that it’s crazy to operate on healthy people just to stop them eating
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Homeless Veterans appeal: Christmas charity auction

Bid on original art, or trips of a lifetime to Africa or the 'Corrie' set, and help Homeless Veterans
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