The fashion photography of tomorrow

From eyes made of dim sum to extreme facepainting, the fashion photography of the future is bold, vibrant and often bizarre

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Youssef, 2005. Photograph: Daniel Riera

There’s a 50s influence running through menswear for summer - a cool monochrome colour palette with pastel accents. See more 

Photo: Heather Favell/Guardian

Rude boys: Shanty Town to Savile Row

The rude boy has come a long way from his origins in Jamaican subculture. A new photography exhibition celebrates the movement’s distinctive style. Read more

Above: Sam Lambert, rude boy Photograph: Dean Chalkley

Ryan Gosling’s top five fashion motifs

Ryan Gosling will walk the red carpet on Tuesday when his directorial debut, Lost River, premieres at Cannes. Whatever the critics’ reaction to the film, Gosling is a perennial style winner. Here are his key fashion motifs. See more

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Horst P Horst: the king of fashion photography – in pictures

Straining corsets, daring swimsuits and Marlene Dietrich in full glamour mode … Horst P Horst was one of the 20th century’s master photographers, and this autumn the V&A will celebrate his life and work. See more »

Details of the V&A exhibition 

How Mad Men changed the way men dress

onathan Heaf describes how Don Draper helped a generation of ageing hipsters grow up gracefully, while Lauren Cochrane sums up the style influence of the other principal players, from perfect pyjamas to outlandish prints. Read more

The human cost of the Bangladeshi garment industry

How did the clothes you’re wearing get to you? We trace the human cost of the Bangladeshi garment industry in video, words and pictures. View the interactive

Coachella fashion: is it actually the 1990s? – in pictures

Check shirts, babydoll slip dresses and chunky heels were the favoured look at Coachella – a likely sartorial indicator of the festival trends for summer 2014. Worryingly, ‘appropriation bindis’ were also a thing. All signs point to there being a wormhole to 1993 somewhere in the Indio desert. See more

Clockwise from top: Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge, Katy Perry with Blood Orange (Dev Hynes), Lana Del Rey, Kid Cudi, Wiki, MC Hak and producer Sporting Life of Ratking, Sarah Hyland, Chance the Rapper. Click photos for credits.