Rare Weaves makes one-of-a-kind, vintage-inspired oxford shirts, kimono coats, and patchwork trousers that are made with obscure and exorbitantly-priced materials.
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond has channeled his personal struggles into his art, creating fashion that honors the legacy of his late mother and highlights the systemic oppression of African-American people in the US.
Do you have an opinion about Instagram bros embracing braids? Soon you will, trust us.
Spawned in the townships of Johannesburg, skhothane revolved around garish displays of wealth—but when the media began to film kids burning their cash and clothes, the subculture imploded in on itself.
We speak to five 20-something photographers, designers, stylists, and editors to find out how much they make, how they spend it, and why they continue to work in a field that keeps them teetering on the brink of bankruptcy.
Belle Owen works for a new accessible fashion line and says the industry has been slow to adapt to the needs of people with a disability.
Like most aspects of JFK's assassination, the iconic garment remains the subject of endless conspiracies and controversy.
Dan Sullivan talks about his customers, his craziest designs, and how exactly he incorporated a flashing lightsaber and Darth Vader sound effects into a pair of shoes.
French model Yazemeenah Rossi talks about beauty standards, fashion, and the relentless passing of time.
Here are some outfits that are great ways to say, "Hey, remember this popular internet joke? Me too!"
Keep calm and continue to judge terrible, unfunny meme-based fashion choices.
Supreme's former creative director, Brendon Babenzian, has opened up his own clothing store called Noah that is centered around the idea that the shit you wear might not be crucial and, at worst, might distract from what really matters.
Former model and diversity campaigner says designers want models of color, but they aren't being presented by some agencies.
Three fashion assistants tell us about the hell they go through in pursuit of their dreams.
Women looking to visit husbands, brothers, fathers, and sons in jail must submit to humiliating searches and allegedly inconsistent rules about what they can and cannot wear.
On the day of her spring/summer 2016 presentation, the New York leather queen discusses how she went from California fashion blogger to feted designer.
Kim Kardashian just Instagrammed some teasers pics, so it's looking legit.
Practical, empowering, or just plain superstitious? Your favorite designers on how they prep for the big moment, including Patrik Ervell, Chromat, and Zana Bayne.
We caught up with the tastemaker and style expert to talk about his youth, life as a fashion celebrity, and the illusion that you can build a career out of social media.
We had some of our international contributors break down the world's biggest fashion weeks in an attempt to help you survive the madness.
From Maori tattoos to the golden age of Hollywood, from David Bowie to being considered a "disruptive force" in schools, black lipstick has been around much longer than Hot Topic and the Kardashian Krew.
Lukhanyo Mdingi sounds off on his super surreal lookbooks and why his country's creatives are ready to take the industry by storm.
The singer on the beauty and grace of Janet Jackson, and her zero tolerance for fuckboys.
We caught up with the editor of MC1R, who's representing for reds around the world.