MOSCOT: Keeping It in the Family

The father and son team behind the New York eyewear institution reflect on family, tradition and working together

Driving Styles: MINI Fashion

Port talks to Staffonly, the Chinese design duo helping take MINI into a new era of fashion

New York Fashion Week 2018

Port’s fashion director Dan May reflects on this year’s Spring Summer shows in New York

Paris Fashion Week 2018

Port‘s fashion editor picks the best looks from the Paris Spring Summer 2019 shows

Milan Fashion Week 2018

Port’s fashion editor picks the best looks from Milan’s Spring Summer 2019 show

Visual AIDS: Loewe x David Wojnarowicz

Jonathan Anderson, creative director of LOEWE, speaks to Port about his new limited edition collection, honouring the legacy of artist and activist David Wojnarowicz

Nicholas Daley: Madras

Port speaks to the exciting young British designer about uncovering personal histories, working with the V&A, and his SS18 collection, inspired by Britain’s empire-era textile trade

Changing the Pace: Slowear

Port meets Roberto Compagno, the head of the iconic Italian slow fashion brand, Slowear

Margaret Howell’s Tate Edit

Five objects from fashion designer Margaret Howell’s collection for the Tate Edit shop

Reflections

As Bottega Veneta launch the fifth and sixth instalment in their series of films for Spring/Summer 2018, Port speaks to the man behind them and one of the most experienced art directors in the business, Fabien Baron

Jump Cut: Tiger of Sweden

Creative director Christoffer Lundman speaks to Port about cinema, the unique creative heritage of Sweden and what tailoring can mean today

Fit for Purpose

Canali’s global communications director and third-generation descendant of the Italian fashion house’s founders, Elisabetta Canali, considers the status of tailoring in the 21st century

Fashioning Change

Port reports from the launch of a new initiative to promote sustainability in fashion, a collaboration between the luxury fashion group Kering and the London College of Fashion

Super Sharp

Helena Fletcher explores an exhibition celebrating the styles of the jungle and UK garage scenes, and the first instalment of RTRN II JUNGLE

Sadie Clayton

The inimitable fashion designer on innovation, representing a diverse vision of modern Britain and pushing the boundaries of design

The Sartorial Army

MYAR founder Andrea Rosso and Port’s David Hellqvist take a closer look at menswear’s fascination with army uniforms and military details

Tumi: The Global Citizen

Creative Director of lifestyle brand Tumi, Victor Sanz, chats to Port about the role of technology in luggage design and keeping the customer at the forefront

Levi’s: Made & Crafted

On the back of their Hygge-inspired AW17 collection, Levis Made & Crafted designer Nick Rendic spells out the brand’s design DNA and what Iceland has got to do with premium denim