Though stranger things have happened – our Gen Z cover star Finn Wolfhard finds himself the world’s most recognisable 80s icon. The ’70s and ’80s resurgence is somehow accompanied with collaborations between Gucci and Adidas (p. 34) that have in- turn partnered with Balenciaga. Even the TAG Heuer Carrera, a ’70s icon, finds itself newly re-imagined with diamonds set within a carbon fibre case! How avant garde (p. 52). Even the art of writing, once thought to be in decline in the age of What’s App, have seen a boost thanks to Montblanc Haus (p. 104). Dior’s Kim Jones has also kept alive the dying art of embroidery, a technique now not only present in womenswear but also men’s (p. 20). Virgil Abloh too, finds his legacy preserved in the latest Air Force Ones from Louis Vuitton (p. 36).