Saul Nash has won the 2022 International Woolmark Prize. Unveiled at an event in London, he was joined by the two designers behind South Africa’s Mmusomaxwell, who received the Karl Lagerfeld Award for Innovation.
The first West Coast exhibition dedicated to the influential designer just opened its doors at the L.A. County Museum of Art. Over 200 pieces are on display, all shown in correlation with historic pieces from the museum.
Glaswegian fashion designer Charles Jeffrey will co-curate V&A Dundee’s next ‘Tay Late’ on 27 May, an after-hours event celebrating the museum’s current exhibition on the dancer and choreographer Michael Clark.
The Paris-based label, which is in the process of rebranding itself, launched a prize competition to bolster the international arts scene. Gaby Sahhar and Kim Farkas were crowned the winners of this first edition.
The Woolmark Company is pulling out all the stops to support this year’s International Woolmark Prize with the latest news being a collab with FKA twigs and the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum.
Proudly donning majestic headdresses, models sing an ode to the rain while a makeup artist draws geometric patterns on their faces, arms and thighs in preparation for Brazil's first-ever indigenous fashion show.