Chancellor Angela Merkel is an inspiration, while Hillary Clinton’s feminism is an illusion, says American social critic and political commentator Camille Paglia. She also explains why Donald Trump may win a second term.
The latest series by Finnish photographer Miia Autio deals with the displacement of the Rwandans refugees who came to seek new life in Europe after the atrocities of the civil war and the subsequent genocide.
Borko Vukosav says he was born in one country with two alphabets, three languages, four religions, five nationalities, and six republics. Yugoslavia no longer exists, but its stories come to life in his images.
While heightened political tensions between Turkey and Europe grab the world’s attention, an exhibition at Berlin’s Schwules Museum refreshingly highlights the queer community’s bridge between Berlin and Istanbul.
Throughout this month of fashion weeks, runways are flooded with new collections every day. But beyond recycled trends, what will the future look like? Designers are developing new solutions for the clothing of tomorrow.
Not all kids get to experience a dreamy childhood – certainly not those living in the suburbs of Sicily’s capital, Palermo. Photographer Francesco Faraci, who spent three years with them, sheds light on the situation.
Is fashion dead? Lidewij Edelkoort tells DW why greed is eating away at fashion – and how technology can secure its future. She also explains how the rise of the right-wing in Europe and the US will change how we dress.
The Black Lives Matters movement, burkini bans and recent violence against transsexuals are leaving their mark on the fashion world. A few models and agents are fighting a hesitant industry for inclusion – with success.