Almost every fashion show has some kind of historical reference or allusion-based theme underpinning it.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 that were presented on the runways during New York Fashion Week.
After several years of Americana and heritage inspired clothes dominating menswear, designers have set aside their lumberjack plaids in favor of an aesthetic that's filled with the promise of the future.
Walter Pearce is a 20-year-old New York photographer who flits around the periphery of high-fashion events, but rarely chooses to take pictures of the fashions on display. This is his new column, which will feature photos of fashionable people, but also l…
Walter Pearce from the Eckhaus Latta poppers ad, but he also works as a photographer. His photos always look unique, so we sent him to New York Fashion Week to shoot our favorite shows and parties. They're unlike any photos we've seen all season.
It's seemingly impossible for a person to try their hand at everything without completely sucking at at least something. This apparently doesn't apply to Spike Jonze as the director, producer, screenwriter, actor, skater, impressive dancer, etc. etc. has
For fashion week, we sent photographer Nick Sethi backstage at Hood by Air's latest showing. Since HBA is known for sending pipe-laden jackets, snowboard boots, and crutches down the runway, Sethi figured it'd be cool if he left his DSLR at home and take
On Wednesday, the reality starlet walked at Victor D'souza's spring 2015 runway and pre-show, where models donned his looks in horse carriages in Central Park to the ire of the animal rights groups NYCLASS and members of PETA.
Maybe we just don't get fashion? But what if we did? That's pretty trippy if you ask us. So naturally, when we had all this B-roll eye candy left over from our fashion week coverage, we got stoned and made this video.
This fashion week, we brought our good friend Dottie along. Dottie just turned 70, so she's not too cool to ask obviously important but regularly ignored questions like "Why are the models so thin?" And "Why does that snuggie cost more than a Fabergé egg?…
Fashion Week is like a cosplay convention for the kids who fetishized copies of i-D instead of anime books about tentacle porn. During the runway presentations, we chatted it up with a bunch of the lovable weirdos who frequent the shows.
Fashion week is like a fierce comet covered in useless zippers and lapels that comes crashing down on New York City twice a year. This year, we sent Ohio-born photographer Conor Lamb to attend all of the shows to capture the strange, beautiful, and grote…