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Malgosia Bela in London – and in love

The Polish model revisits the romance of 1990s minimalism, and the city, with the help of her filmmaker husband. By Jo Ellison. Photography by Kuba Ryniewicz. Styling by Isabelle Kountoure
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Demna Gvasalia: the activist at Balenciaga

The designer arrived at the Kering-owned house with a plan to “shake the box”. Three years later, it’s one of the hottest labels in the world. He talks controversy, his connection to Cristóbal and why jeans can still be couture. By Jo Ellison. Portrait by Beat Schweizer
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Clare Waight Keller makes her mark at Givenchy

In the year since taking creative control at Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller has revamped couture and designed the world’s most talked about dress. She tells Jo Ellison about her edgily elegant mission. Portrait by Richard Grassie
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The creative powerhouse ushering in a new era at Chloé

Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s appointment as creative director of Chloé marks the return of a French woman to the helm of the Parisian house. She tells Jo Ellison about her quest to imbue the label with a more grown-up aesthetic. Portrait by Richard Grassie
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Angela Missoni – a designer on a mission

As Angela Missoni celebrates 20 years at the helm of her family’s fabled fashion house, she talks to Jo Ellison about her parents’ revolutionary legacy and where she plans to take the label next. Portrait by Danilo Scarpati
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Dries Van Noten on the secret of his label’s success

In a world fixated on a whirlwind cycle of collections, Dries Van Noten is achieving double-digit growth with just twice yearly shows. He talks to Jo Ellison about the timeless and ageless appeal of his designs, and the importance of making jam. Portrait by Léa Crespi
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