Follow host Hailey Gates as she explores fashion scenes from all over the world on our new fashion and travel show, STATES OF UNDRESS, airing March 30.
We spoke to designer Bob Mackie on the 30-year anniversary of him designing one of the most iconic, insane Oscar looks of all time.
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond has channeled his personal struggles into his art, creating fashion that honors the legacy of his late mother and highlights the systemic oppression of African-American people in the US.
Belle Owen works for a new accessible fashion line and says the industry has been slow to adapt to the needs of people with a disability.
Rachael Finley explores the "fashion of power" and sits down with the champion of women and power suits, legendary civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred.
We spoke to Vanessa Chiu, co-founder of Axis, a tradeshow that showcases the next generation of women's "athleisure" fashion.
Photographer Sarah Pabst talks about her experience documenting the market known as La Salada.
The controversial British feminist is a controversial British feminist.
This could be the year we pull out our trucker hats again.
For a short time in the 2000s, he transformed white trash culture and new money aesthetics into a coveted and desired fashion empire with Von Dutch and Ed Hardy.
If you've never worked in a clothing, books or record store, you have no fucking idea what real life is.
I took clothes from Patric DiCaprio's third collection for Vaquera out to the country and photographed some boys wearing his grotesque, yet familiar garments.
This fashion shoot is all about mouths.
Airlines' policies toward the clothes of passengers have triggered some much-needed civil rights debates, and also some debates that were stupid.
Which is tricky when the only clothes the Lord has offered them for the best part of 20 years are frumpy black tunics.
For British-Somali author Diriye Osman, embracing the feminine side of his personality was an act of empowerment.
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.
Reading Marie Kondo's word-of-mouth hit The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up had me spending my evenings lying on the floor, thanking my sweaters individually for keeping me warm.
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.
"Hey is my cock out?" the models seem to be asking. "Oh, hey, it is. Huh. Well how about that."
They still like to get embarrassingly drunk while playing humiliating drinking games and taking endless photos of themselves to prove their having a good time, so it looks like everything's the same as it always was.
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.
Women in Clothes is a collection of voices from 642 different women describing what their clothes mean to them. Edited by Sheila Heti, Heidi Julavitis, and Leanne Shapton, it's the perfect comedown after eight days of dealing with the hell of New Y…