Like most aspects of JFK's assassination, the iconic garment remains the subject of endless conspiracies and controversy.
Model Yazemeenah Rossi on 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!"
Because somebody's got to do it.
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.
Events such as this might often feel tacky and patronising, but they are still a powerful weapon against our own prejudices.
Three fashion assistants tell us about the hell they go through in pursuit of their dream job.
If you want to know what success looks like, compare last season's backstage situation at Gucci to the one this season.
In Beverly Hills, an artist has been resurrecting painting as a popular form for nine years—she just paints on reality stars' faces instead of canvases.
Butler shot the weekend's best looks -- from pastel pink mushroom caps to electric blue body paint, and all the wild wigs in between.
We had some of our international contributors break down the world's biggest fashion weeks in an attempt to help you survive the madness.
As This Is England returns to our screens, we take a trip down memory lane to the 90s and its particularly disparate vision of 20th century style tribes raving under one roof...
A flowery chat about Britain and all its stereotypical charms, like fry ups, ponies, bottles of piss and Essex.
Stage dives, diversity and gender neutrality: NZFW isn't shy, and we loved it.
The singer on the beauty and grace of Janet Jackson, and her zero tolerance for fuckboys.
Ash Thayer spent eight years squatting in abandoned buildings, capturing her community and its battle against gentrification.
The fourth episode in our history of British style tribes takes a look at London's B Boy scene and how Ibiza and acid house revolutionised youth culture.
i-D's new Ewen Spencer-directed series looks at the history of British music scenes and the styles they created. The first episode unpacks the growth of emo and grime in the early noughties.
They traipse around Manaus in heavy black bodices and chunky black boots attracting the sun like a moody solar panel.
Thought gold brows would look dumb? Think again, mate.
Before Amazon, Tinder, and Netflix, there was the mall. It was a place to shop, meet boys, and go see Clueless for the 99th time. Here's a fashion shoot dedicated to its glory days.
An Australian woman suffered a complicated leg injury and now skinny jeans are bad.
This fashion shoot is conclusive proof that pregnant women really do "glow."
The Danish designer and Harlem's Hood Pope have made a film for spring/summer 16.