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Why Yayoi Kusama matters today

Yayoi Kusama’s works of art are just as relevant today as they were when she built her very first Infinity Room in 1965. WGSN's Erin Rechner reviews her latest travelling exhibit, and explains why.

69: Déjà Vu – A retrospective exhibit at the MOCA

Experience the genius and brand ethos of non-conformist denim brand 69, at their first solo exhibition 69: Déjà Vu at the MOCA museum in Los Angeles.

Wellness hubs: The future of the spa experience

Wellness hubs are moving away from the traditional spa experience of set, structured menus to a new offering of immersive experiences combining mind and body. WGSN’s Becky Stevenson took a trip back to her hometown of Stamford to check out one of the latest hubs on our beauty watch list. 

Playtime Tokyo moves venue, and hosts some of the hottest brands

The 19th Edition of Playtime Tokyo will be moving to a new venue, in the heart of the city’s fashion district of Shibuya.This move sees the continuation of the shows larger strategy shift, and makes room for more brands to watch.

Summer suiting: S/S 18 and beyond

Having predicted and then tracked the rise of summer suiting, we're seeing the trend settle in for the season – and it shows no sign of slowing down. WGSN's Nicole McLennan reports.

Why Port Eliot Festival is a fashion favourite

A Cornish, 12th Century, stately home acts as the back drop for Port Eliot – the latest festival to become a firm fashion favourite and earn its place in the WGSN festival calendar. WGSN's Anna Ross reports.

FEEL: The denim label getting sustainable with just one pair of jeans.

When Stevie Dance set about starting her new denim label FEEL, there was one factor at the top of her agenda; to create a pair of jeans that not only made you look good but also did good for the planet.

Chop Chop: The salon that hints to the future of hair care

In an era of nomadic workforces and lifestyles, the new consumer is on-the-go – and convenience is key. Chop Chop is helping to shape the hair industry to suit this consumer. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports.

Menswear luxury market growth: What drives the success?

With the menswear luxury market currently thriving in an otherwise struggling retail landscape, we take a look at the data to identify what’s driving the growth. WGSN's Isabelle Coates reports.

Colour of the month: Solar Orange

Orange re-emerges as an important bright for S/S 18, evolving from the recent popularity of amber and coral tones. Its name? Solar Orange. WGSN's Colour Director Jane Boddy reports.

Mini-me looks are curated at Pure London trade show

The UK’s leading adult's fashion trade show, Pure London, opened their doors to the kidswear market for the first time this season. WGSN checked out the show, and picked some of favourites.


Trend evolution: Leopards never change their spots

Leopard print's versatility means it can evolve to suit whatever the current trend and, right now, the high street is all about leopard print 80's style. WGSN's Laura welch reports on this pattern staple.