Polaroids of Women – by Dewey Nicks

Capturing those off-guard moments on camera usually makes the best pictures. It was a scenario the Polaroid camera was invented for and photographer Dewey Nicks takes us inside his personal archive for his book, Polaroids of Women.

The Linda McCartney Retrospective

Linda McCartney was not just the wife of Paul and the mother of Stella and Mary. She was also a highly talented and prolific photographer. A new long-running exhibition in Glasgow aims to re-introduce the public to this important and sometimes forgotten side of her life.

Movement Studies – by Denis Gladkov and Maxim Sevagin

Russian ballet dancer and soloist Maxim Sevagin and photographer Denis Gladkov present a beautiful study on dance, both as an art form in itself and as a exploration of the relationship between subject and camera.

The Legend – Debbie Harry by Michel Haddi

French fashion photographer Michel Haddi talks to André Howard Gayle about his career behind the camera, his hopes for the future and his extraordinary new book of photographs of his friend and music legend, Debbie Harry.

Sustainable pt VII – Prada ‘Re-Nylon’ Bags

Prada's new bag range, Re-Nylon, sets the contemporary fashion house firmly on the road to using only 100% re-cycled nylon in their production by 2021. THE FALL takes a look at this new beginning.

We Want Quant – Mary Quant V&A Exhibition

Mary Quant was one of London's most iconic young designers in the 60s and 70s. A new retrospective at London's V&A Museum shows a new generation why.

Jackie – The Style of Jackie Kennedy Onassis

Jackie Kennedy passed 25 years ago this year. THE FALL examines why she became the icon loved by so many around the world.

The Artist – Basquiat by Richard Corman

THE FALL editor-in-chief talks to legendary portrait photographer Richard Corman for the release of his new book about the day he shot Basquiat when they were both young and hungry artists just about to make their names in the world.

The Arrangement – SELF03 by Bret Easton Ellis & Anthony Vaccarello

Saint Laurent creative head Anthony Vaccarello enlists one of the greats of American literature, Bret Easton Ellis, for the third part of his personal art project, SELF.

Handbags – by Juergen Teller

Juergen Teller has been reinventing fashion photography since the late eighties. A new exhibition at the Pignatelli Museum in Naples focuses on his obsession with the one fashion accessory no woman can do without: the handbag.

JWA TV – JW Anderson

It was once a truism in advertising that "sex sells". These days, in the post #MeToo era, JW Anderson sets out to prove humour sells better.

Sustainable, part V – Alberta Ferretti + Eco Age

More and more designers nowadays are recognising just how profitable being a company that cares about sustainable issues can be. Alberta Ferretti has been a champion for our home planet for years and she proves her credentials yet again with an upcoming new collection in collaboration with Eco-Age.

Diversification – Fashion for Everyone

When people use the word 'diversity' there is a singular connotation that it implies for them that excludes vast sections of society. Stylist Adrienne Wrinn reports on what true diversity in fashion should mean.

Couturissime – Thierry Mugler at the MMFA

Controversial designer Thierry Mugler has slipped in and out of public consciousness for the past couple of decades. But a huge new exhibition of his life's work has just opened in Canada to remind us why we loved him so much in the first place.

The Knights of Knightsbridge – Nick Knight

SHOWstudio founder Nick Knight has never succumbed to limitations in his work and when luxury property developers Chelsfield approached him about disguising a massive new build at Knightsbridge Estate in London the only limit placed on the project was his imagination.

Designer of Dreams – Christian Dior at the V&A

Christian Dior is one of the godfathers of modern fashion and his life's work and the continuation of his vision is being documented in an unprecedented ongoing exhibition at the V&A museum in London.

The Hip Replacement – Natacha Ramsay-Levi + Chloé SS19

With her A/W19 show over, Natacha Ramsay-Levi is now four seasons in to her creative director role at Chloé. Her unique creative eye continues to build on a long line of famous creative directors for the house so THE FALL takes a look at her SS19 campaign.

Sustainable, part IV – Adidas by Stella McCartney

With the unveiling of the new spring/summer 2019 Adidas by Stella McCartney capsule collection THE FALL discovers why McCartney has been at the forefront of global climate action in fashion since the very beginning.