Turns out Melbourne's grandmas don't like drop crotch pants, at all.
For many young women, it's a means to a creative end – but how many of them can make a living from hashtagged photos?
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?
Marches took place from Friday night to Sunday, with people walking the streets everywhere from Brixton in the south-west to the Southbank and central London's Oxford Street.
Jack Wills used to be the outfitters of every young gilet-wearer. What happened?
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.
As 'Anxiety for Beginners' hits bookstores, we talk to its author Eleanor Morgan about coming to terms with mental health and why attitudes are starting to change.
Thanks to Peaky Blinders, 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.
How good design, sex, and scandal transformed a pair of white briefs into an American icon.
Malcolm McClaren and Vivienne Westwood's son is going to set fire to millions of pounds worth of old punk artefacts. 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.
Three years since the Rana Plaza factory disaster, has the fashion industry learned anything about its impact on worker's rights and the environment?
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.
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.
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.
A look at the reality of living, surviving, partying and creating in 70s, 80s and early 90s London.
A geographical profiling study has all but unmasked the enigmatic street artist – but does anyone still care?
From Peter Dundas at Just Cavalli to Chris Brown serenading Philipp Plein, Saturday was just another day in the new era of Milan Fashion Week.