As the first major UK exhibition dedicated to Africa contemporary designs opens in Brighton, curator Helen Jennings talks about the style and diversity of the second-largest continent in the world.
Some gave me enormous tits, others gave me bird-like claws.
They were not apologetic.
In this episode of Broadly Meets, outspoken vegetarian fashion designer Stella McCartney unloads about her famous parents and her personal battles with the fashion industry.
An in-depth look at how people end up spending tens of thousands of dollars for sneakers that might've originally retailed for a hundred dollars.
Tonight on VICELAND, we head to Venezuela on STATES OF UNDRESS to understand what it means to be beautiful in a country on the brink of economic collapse.
Charting the rise of an unlikely fashion icon, from The Royal Tenenbaums to the runways, and Rihanna's "Work."
If you thought beards were good, you are hopelessly behind the times, says a Wall Street Journal trend piece.
We explore the potentially harmful practice in this short clip from a new episode of VICELAND's STATES OF UNDRESS, airing Wednesday, April 6.
A new exhibition showcases photographer Seydou Keïta's striking compositions, their links to colonial France and the story of how they were almost lost forever.
Watch this clip from STATES OF UNDRESS, VICELAND's new travel and fashion series, airing Wednesday, March 30.
Watch the first episode of STATES OF UNDRESS, where host Hailey Gates gets a taste of the vibrant fashion scene in one of the world's most volatile countries.
Photographer Matthew Leifheit and stylist Miyako Bellizzi reinterpret some of Hillary Clinton's most iconic political moments with an androgynous cast of models wearing gender-fluid pantsuits.
On the iconic brand's 50th anniversary, we revisit its SoCal skate history and consider its continued importance to outsider culture.
We talked with Roy Martinez, who goes by the name Lambe Culo (Spanish for "lick ass"), about his fashion designs and mixed media art, which explore the fluidity of gender and cultural identities.
Collectors made pilgrimages to London from all over the UK and Europe to get their hands on Supreme's new collection.
We spoke to photographer Owen Scarbiena about the photos he found in his old negatives drawer.
We took Sang Woo Kim to watch the return of Derek Zoolander and talk about real-life fashion industry excess, the need for fashion police and the wretchedness of professional modeling.
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.