Punk's not dead, it just turned 31 and got a job.
Where a blockbuster art show and outlandish couture collide.
Cool as fuck.
For years animal rights advocates persuaded the public that fur was murder – but a growing number of designers have embraced the controversial material.
Almost every fashion show has some kind of historical reference or allusion-based theme underpinning it. We took a deeper look at some of these concepts.
Few women in Baghdad are without a freshly tattooed pair of thick old brows.
We met up with Christian shortly before his LFW AW15 presentation to talk about tacky influences and what it's like to be a rising star while you're still in the middle of your fashion degree.
There are palm trees and tropical plants dotted all over the place; you probably just don't notice them when it's grey and raining and fucking miserable.
We spoke with the duo behind cult-favorite label about its rising success and penchant for sharp irreverence in anticipation of its fall/winter 2015 New York Fashion Week presentation.
"All the stereotypes are true," a dealer and model agent told us. "They aren't even stereotypes—they're just true."
The sui generis designer Telfar Clemens talks about the tenth anniversary of his eponymous fashion brand and his upcoming collection for Fashion Week.
For years, young people from Indonesia to China have been dressing up like Nazis, buying Hitler-adorned merchandise and embracing "swastikawaii."
To find out what it's like for minorities working in the fashion industry, we reached out some prominent people of colour who are involved in modelling, styling, editing, designing and photography.
Gilles Elie Cohen photographed the coolest people that ever lived.
NYFW is usually thought of as the most commercial and predictable of all the fashion weeks, but this year's is worth paying attention to. Here's why.
Doppelgangers look even more similar when you dress them in exactly the same clothes as each other.
It was a fairly staid season with most designers showing a commercial prerogative rather than a conceptual one. Yet, if you read between the lines, there was more than meets the eye.
To artist and entrepreneur Lily Su of Yours in Soap, the image of an unborn baby symbolises the concept of ultimate comfort, which is why some of her castile creations look like zygotes.
Primary colours and chicken shop props.
"Hey is my cock out?" the models seem to be asking. "Oh, hey, it is. Huh. Well how about that."
Finding something to wear can take a heavy toll on the everyday lives of people who don't fit into the gender binary. Luckily, new fashion brands are emerging that are catering to butch women and trans men.
Do any of 2014's flash-in-the-pan trends mean anything whatsoever?
And a bunch of other weird shit in this very glossy fashion shoot.
Making it rain, lounging on the desks and playing with some massive diamonds.