The SS16 issue of Marie Claire RUNWAY has arrived and it’s the best one yet – even if we do say so ourselves…
The issue – which is available for just £6 in stores or to download from the Apple app store for just £4.99 – is jam-packed with SS16 gossip, fashion and – bien sur, fashion fans – designer interviews.
Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect…
An amazing graphic cover designed by super-cool graphic artist Camille Walala and our very own creative director, Christine Leech.
An interview with the exercise pro turned fashion commentator, Mr. Motivator himself, who takes us through what we like to call the Rick Owens SS16 workout. You have to read it to believe it…
The colourful Everything But The Clothes section is illustrated by our amazing resident illustrator extraordinarie, Megan Penfold.
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele gives us the scoop on his latest reinvention of the geek chic trend, while Nina Ricci’s Guillaume Henry tells us why Parisian fashion is still romantic in 2016. Plus, Hussein Chalayan speaks to us about his dissolving water-drenched SS16 collection, among other classic Chalayan moments.
We celebrate the big double digits with Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy, Gareth Pugh and Phillip Lim, who’ve all turned 10 – along with some personally-penned odes to fellow birthday guys and girls Roksanda, Alexander Wang, Rodarte and Erdem.
We give you SS16’s hottest accessories in our graphic shoot which celebrates some of the wildest prints of the season – hello, JW Anderson squiggles and Chanel chevrons!
Juergen Teller gives us his exclusive backstage pictures of Nicholas Ghesquieres futuristic Vuitton show. We delve into the world of casting in a series of interviews with casting director Angus Munro, who oversaw Kenzo’s harem of ladies and the team who find London’s ‘coolest girl gang’ for Topshop’s Unique show. We also speak to model of the moment Waleska Gorczevski who walked no less than 49 shows this season. That’s a lot of model miles.
Super stylist Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou gives us the insider scoop about the girl tribes that all the designers are making us want to join.
Ryan Lo walks us through his Manga-inspired show (warning: there are pretzels. And not as a snack) and we speak to Josep Font, the man behind the reincarnation of Spain’s latest ‘sleeping beauty’ label, DELPOZO.
What are you waiting for? It’s RUNWAY time.