Ahead of London fashion week, the gender-fluid designer talks about glue guns, pop stars and courting controversy in Vogue
Before anyone had heard of the designer Harris Reed, they had seen his suit in Vogue. Or was it a dress?
A tailored suit with peak shoulders attached to a hoop-skirt draped in tulle and hot pink satin garlands, it was worn in the magazine’s December issue not by a Hollywood starlet, but by a popstar: Harry Styles. Arguably, it was both.