Furry Trims and Nosy Neighbors: How London Fashion Week Turned 40
It was the Sunday of London Fashion Week and the last model had just stepped off the runway at the JW Anderson show. A heaving scrum soon descended on the designer, a sea of phones held aloft like antennas. Jonathan...
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