Talking to the award-winning designer about sports, skateboarding, and his new collaboration with Under Armour.
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.
Industry insiders all agree that the way designers present collections is outdated and ineffective, as is the breakneck pace of the fashion cycle. This New York Fashion Week, however, some designers challenged the status quo.
Raf Simons's appointment to chief creative director of Calvin Klein not only brings a new degree of cachet and international appeal to the American brand, it has the possibility of reinvigorating New York City's place in the global fashion paradigm.
Rare Weaves makes one-of-a-kind, vintage-inspired oxford shirts, kimono coats, and patchwork trousers that are made with obscure and exorbitantly-priced materials.
We caught up with the tastemaker and style expert to talk about his youth, life as a fashion celebrity, and the illusion that you can build a career out of social media.
We had some of our international contributors break down the world's biggest fashion weeks in an attempt to help you survive the madness.
We asked fashion experts like Nick Wooster and John Varvatos if the guys delivered.
I sat down with the menswear designer to get his take on the future of New York City fashion and the way our culture impacts the shit we wear.
We talked with Jorge Cosano, the CEO of the men's e-commerce site École, about how dudes shop, the future of menswear, and the upside to capturing the male millennial demographic.
The answer is complicated, of course. But at its core, there's a simple idea: The talent in America—especially among the younger generation of designers—has hit critical mass.
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Almost every fashion show has some kind of historical reference or allusion-based theme underpinning it.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 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.
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.
The sui generis designer Telfar Clemens talks about the tenth anniversary of his eponymous fashion brand and his upcoming collection for Fashion Week.
"All the stereotypes are true," a dealer and model agent told us. "They aren't even stereotypes—they're just true."
I called up Anita Dolce Vita, the editor-in-chief of dapperQ and the producer of the show, to talk about why this event is so important.
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.
If there is one thing that Fashion Week doesn't have enough of, it's booties.
Sep 18, 2014
MADE is a resourceful outlet for the fashion industry's in-between. And it's all-inclusive, forward-thinking mantra is challenging New York's existing fashion week paradigm.
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