The show was a condemnation of economic exploitation and an expression of designer Kerby Jean-Raymond's own struggles. To get an idea of how it all came together, we spoke to the creative team Raymond tapped to work on the show.
Industry insiders all agree that the way designers present collections is outdated and ineffective, as is the breakneck pace of the fashion cycle. This New York Fashion Week, however, some designers challenged the status quo.
Raf Simons's appointment to chief creative director of Calvin Klein not only brings a new degree of cachet and international appeal to the American brand, it has the possibility of reinvigorating New York City's place in the global fashion paradigm.
If only Ye's floating stage had been there to provide shade for the overheated and fainting models.
Tracing the history of 2016's most ubiquitous accessory from the guillotine to the runway.
This guy wants to change the world by getting as many people as possible to put a turtle on their heads.
Photographer Richard Corman looks back on meeting and shooting the charismatic East Village club kid as she was poised for stratospheric stardom.
For many young women, it's a means to a creative end.
Normal pants have four pockets. When do you need more pockets than that? How many hybrid multitools are you dads carrying around at once?
What inspires someone to spend £2,000 on a secondhand jacket? Why do people build Supreme shrines in their bedrooms? What does Supreme have that other brands don't?
What began as "waist overalls" for American laborers later became a statement of punk rebellion. The Levi 501s have come a long way to achieve their current standing as a summer staple.
Sales of flat caps have apparently gone up 83 percent this year. But what do actual farmers think about it? Are they furious that their style is being appropriated?
Read an exclusive excerpt from 'Supremacist,' a book about the cult of Supreme that's written by a guy who's obsessed with the streetwear brand, despite not knowing how to skate.
On the season finale of STATES OF UNDRESS, we visit the manufacturing capital of the world to find out how China is transitioning from making goods to designing them.
Malcolm McClaren and Vivienne Westwood's son is going to set fire to millions of dollars worth of old punk artifacts. But before he does that, we asked him to take us through some of the doomed items.
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.