Some gave me enormous tits, others gave me bird-like claws.
They were not apologetic.
An in-depth look at how people end up spending tens of thousands of dollars for trainers that might've originally retailed for a hundred dollars.
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'.
Photographer Matthew Leifheit and stylist Miyako Bellizzi reinterpret some of Hillary Clinton's most iconic political moments with a cast of models wearing gender-fluid pantsuits.
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.
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 modelling.
It finally feels like Kanye West is inching closer towards his lofty goal of democratizing fashion.
Millennia before it was making you uncomfortable at work—and before it rose to pop culture prominence—the thong graced the bodies of our oldest ancestors.
Trying to become an 'It Girl' is a lot harder than it looks.
We asked people at Stockholm Fashion Week about the resurgence of neo-Nazi movements across the country.
We visited Stockholm Fashion Week to find out.
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.
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.