Money, the late, great AA Gill once observed, has no meaning unless accompanied by youth, beauty and culture. I think he was having a go at Monte Carlo or an overpriced Knightsbridge trattoria that had the misfortune of having him pay a visit in the mid-2000s, but it is also relevant when considering the relative merits of the three main European art fairs.
Before Issey Miyake, Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto, there was Kenzo Takada, the first Japanese designer to achieve international fame and success in Paris.
Ahead of the release of his Dolce & Gabbana collection and his forthcoming album, the self-help guru of hip-hop tells GQ about the role his heritage plays in his success
Retailers are increasingly using algorithms and customer data to tailor our shopping experience online. Is this the death of personal style?
British GQ cover story: Exclusive interview with Bodyguard and Elton John biopic star
Behind the scenes at the Patek Philippe manufacture, Geneva, Switzerland
A look at the style of Sir Elton John and his manager John Reid for the launch of the Kingsman X Rocketman collection
Interview with Andreas Larsson of Swedish tailoring brand Berg and Berg for Mr Porter's Journal
Eight icons who made cowboy style their own... this is how the west was worn!
Has there ever been a piece of headwear as contentious as the Make America Great Again cap? Not since burning bras, hijabs, miniskirts, hoodies, and baggie jeans has fashion ever been so political.