Shifting Philosophies

Weaving sustainability with multi-functionality, Mode in Flux presents a vision for fashion’s future within an unstable environmental landscape.

Challenging Aesthetics

Second Self brings together the work of two emerging photographers, Juno Calypso and Carolina Mizrahi at Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh.

Vogue 100: A Century of Style

Vogue: A Century of Style at Manchester Art Gallery gives visitors a lens through which to look at the magazine’s British incarnation and the culture it evolved in. On view until 30 October.

Miles Aldridge: The Enduring Analogue

Lyndesy Ingram gallery, London, hosts a new show featuring polaroids collected over two decades from behind the scenes of Miles Aldridge’s fashion shoots.

Seizing Innovation

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s costume institute invites viewers to question the fashion world’s accepted opposition of hand versus machine.

Restriction and Release: Fashion and Freedom

Fashion and Freedom at the Manchester Art Gallery sees established designers present works in response to the social changes women went through in WWI.

Elegantly Sustainable

Journalist Ellen Köhrer and expert Magdalena Schaffrin produce the first fashion publication that illustrates how green has become the new black.

Gender in the Digital Age

Playtime is Ad Minoliti’s first UK exhibition and is paired with a solo exhibition of two large paintings by Dale Lewis. Both exhibitions address what it is to have a gendered or non-gendered body in the digital age.

Custom Evolution

Can fashion create a better future? A new show surveys the inspiring possibilities that emerge when creativity and technology join forces.

Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Spring 2016 exhibition, manus x machina, will explore the impact of new technology on fashion and the creation of avant-garde collections.

Challenging Categorisation

Having graduated just nine years ago, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has already achieved the seemingly impossible when it comes to 3D printing.

Fashion and Androgyny

We review artist and design Rad Hourani’s multidisciplinary exhibition at Arsenal Contemporary Art Center, Montreal. Hourani’s work celebrates neutrality as a defining human trait.

Moving Architecture

Designer Hussein Chalayan builds a new world on stage for Gravity Fatigue, combining fashion, architecture and dance at sadler’s wells.

Portraits of an Icon

One of the most enduring fashion icons of all time, Audrey Hepburn has captivated generations with her unique elegance and style. The National Gallery’s current exhibition covers her early film success to her lasting media image.

Paolo Roversi: Timeless Dimensions

Hamiltons Gallery, London, presents Polaroids, a diverse selection of colour and black and white photographs from the archive of renowned Italian fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.

Aesthetica Art Prize Judge: Karin Askham

The judges for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize, currently open for entries, include Karin Askham, Dean of the school of Media, London College of Communication who established the UK’s first BA and MA courses in fashion photography.

Swinging Sixties London, Foam

This thematic group show at Foam, Amsterdam, immerses visitors in the dazzling London of the 60s, an era bursting with possibilities.

Audrey Hepburn: Iconic Portraits

65 years after Audrey Hepburn performed at renowned West End night club Ciro’s, the National Portrait Gallery hosts a major exhibition celebrates her career as a film star and fashion icon.

Eve Kann: New Designers

Nottingham Trent University graduate Eve Kann’s model of Queen Herodias from the opera Salome has received the Hainsworth Statement Award 2015.

A Window Into Arab Culture

Shubbak Festival is London’s largest biennial of Arabic art and takes place across the city at various art venues. The event provides a window on the contemporary culture of the Arab world.