Alexander Fury

Alexander Fury is Fashion Editor of The Independent.

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Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty retrospective to open in London next year

Seminal designer's life's work to be exhibited at London's V&A museum

Velvet revolution: From Gaultier to Dior, the best from spring/summer 2015 Paris shows

A feeling of change was in the air at the spring/summer 2015 Paris shows, with designer debuts and departures sweeping the city’s maisons. The best collections cleverly riffed on fashions past to create something forward-looking

Saying sorry in style: the fashion designer John Galliano

The empire strikes back as ex-Dior designer John Galliano makes his return to fashion at Margiela

Maison Martin Margiela confirms the British designer as new creative director, to show his debut haute couture collection in January 2015

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Peter Pilotto: Meet the princes of print and their colourful work

European-born but London-based, the label has garnered worldwide acclaim and an ever-expanding audience for their kaleidoscopic graphic designs. As their autumn/winter collection hits boutiques around the world, Alexander Fury looks at their colourful work
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Apple Watch, for instance, is not a "fashion" watch. It's a gadget

Paris Fashion Week, spring/summer 2015: Time travel fashion at Louis Vuitton in Paris

If last season was Ghequiere in revolutionary mode, this time it felt evolutionary

Alexander McQueen's Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to-wear fashion collection

Paris Fashion Week: Sarah Burton stamps her aesthetic on Alexander McQueen

Pieces that looked graphic and simple were actually breathtakingly complex

Paris Fashion Week: Karl Lagerfeld leads a feminist riot on 'Boulevard Chanel'

Overall, nice collection, but Chanel's riot overshadowed the real message of the clothes on show

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Stella McCartney, Paris Fashion Week review: Stella shies away from the Paris pomp to put focus back on Seventies simplicity

There’s a degree of refreshment to a respite from overthinking

A creation for Celine’s Spring/Summer 2015 ready-to- wear fashion collection in Paris

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015: Phoebe Philo channels Marie Antoinette as Paris reigns supreme

Shoes oscillated between middling height and  dead flat, which matched the mood of the show

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