From Dominic Cummings’ staff and milk frothers to Connell’s chain and – of course – face masks: how the stuff that people used, and occasionally bought, in 2020 tells the story of a year like no other
From princesses on shopping sprees to celebrities having sex in the back of the car, the men and women at the wheel have seen it all. And, just occasionally, the secrets spill out …
A new book by academic Giulia Mensitieri, laying bare the working conditions of stylists and young designers, has sparked controversy. Will it lead to improved conditions for those forced to work for clothes vouchers instead of cash?
The Silicon Valley drive for corporate efficiency – all 24/7 schedules, bulletproof coffees and five-minute meetings – has long been lauded. Now the wheels are flying off
Pay derisory. Fringe benefits unparalleled
Sustainability is intrinsic and not an afterthought for many designers taking part in this year’s event