The €400 sandals looks very similar to a charity shoe that prevents disease in the developing world.
It did. Almost instantly.
i-D sat down with Michaline Olszanska, the breakout star of a new film about the last woman to be executed in former Czechoslovakia.
Even if they're debilitatingly hungover and feel gross in every other way.
The strange saga of the American sneaker company.
How the most basic and beloved of American garments became both a symbol of racial injustice and an exclusive runway collectible.
Meet the DIY designers and entrepreneurs who are challenging the fashion industry's status quo with looks that span menswear and womenswear.
Thirteen years after creating the cult brand known for its skater-punk weirdo vibes, Mikhail Bortnik has started a clothing line that couldn't be more different.
We spoke with some of the world's most adventurous designers to learn the stories behind Solange's game-changing music videos for "Cranes in the Sky" and "Don't Touch My Hair."
Talking to award-winner Tim Coppens about sports, skateboarding and his new collaboration with Under Armour.
The streetwear brand just released their much-anticipated Guwop artist tee, so we went to meet some of the people waiting in line for a chance to buy it.
Today's show in Paris was just the latest step in Rih's full-court press on the high-fashion industry.
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.
Fashion Week hasn't evolved much since the 1940s, and some designers are setting out to challenge the status quo this time around.
We go shopping in Soho with the Korean rapper and fashion darling.
Raf Simons's appointment to chief creative director of Calvin Klein just might reinstate New York City's place in the global fashion paradigm.
'Polarized' is an archival treasure trove of the transgressive portraitist's seductive short films, experimental zines and test photos of his downtown NYC cohorts.
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.
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.