Which way for Made in USA?

Donald Trump’s campaign to ‘hire American, buy American’ has politicised US manufacturing. But brands are getting on board for plenty of other reasons.

Get shirty

From wardrobe building block to fashion focal point, the button-down is reborn.

Autumn unlocked

As new season styles start dropping into stores, FT opens the wardrobe door on the key pieces for the months ahead.

Leaders of the pack

Vacation-wear is really going places. Who are the new creatives with designs on your suitcase?

Wise buys

They’ve stocked some of the world’s most exclusive stores, but now their creative vision reaches far beyond the shop floor.

Wizards of Oz

The young designers bringing Australian fashion to the international market.

Will UK fashion survive Brexit?

Foreign competition, factory closures and a crucial skills shortfall – now British manufacture faces its biggest challenge yet. 

Jersey girl

Actress-turned-designer Liv Tyler is taking the British brand Belstaff beyond the leather.

Ugly fashion is big business

From Crocs to bumbags and Birkenstocks, universally ugly ‘It’ accessories have been rebranded into the cult items of the season.

Have we reached peak logo?

Fuelled by social media, the branded t-shirt has achieved sellout status this season. But the market is now so saturated, the logo is at risk of becoming a victim of its own success.