"It doesn't matter whether you like it or not, just as long as you can't help having an opinion about it... That's 'Office.'"
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Industry insiders all agree that the way designers present collections is outdated and ineffective, as is the breakneck pace of the fashion cycle.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.
When Young Thug debuted the cover for JEFFERY, he raised interesting questions about why, exactly, we conflate men who wear women's clothing with homosexuality.
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.
If only Ye's floating stage had been there to provide shade for the overheated and fainting models.
In 1982, photographer Gil Rigoulet followed some rockabilly friends to their homes and hairdresser appointments.
This guy wants to change the world by getting as many people as possible to put a turtle on their heads.
It would be a mistake to dismiss Style Savvy: Fashion Forward a cynically stereotypical shot at the girl gaming market.
Women protested at the French embassy this week following images of armed police forcing a woman on a beach in Nice to remove her clothing.
'People from all races and countries are here, so it feels pretty cool.'
Some sweeping generalizations about the UK based on the contents of its women's handbags—in the form of a photo series.
For many young women, it's a means to a creative end—but how many of them can make a living from hashtagged photos?
Normal pants have four pockets. When do you need more pockets than that? How many hybrid multitools are you dads carrying around at once?
Capitalism was at work at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions this summer.
The Democratic National Convention is many things to many people but mainly it's a hat party.
Director Jeff Feurzeig's film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.
Brooke Colman has appeared in some of the most expensive, visible adverts in the world, and doubled for Julia Roberts and Ant and Dec, but you've never seen her face.
What inspires someone to spend $2,600 on a secondhand jacket? Why do people build Supreme shrines in their bedrooms? What does Supreme have that other brands don't?
Metal is so hot right now that the former One Direction singer has enlisted Iron Maiden's illustrator to design a new T-shirt for his tour. But what do true metal fans make of it?
His pictures are tribal—the many vibrant differences that make up the entire city are on display.
We meet the Danish director in his hometown of Copenhagen before the release of his new dark drama The Neon Demon to discuss the intersection between Hollywood and European cinema.
What began as "waist overalls" for American laborers later became a statement of punk rebellion. The Levi 501s have come a long way to achieve their current standing as a summer staple.
Sales of flat caps have apparently gone up 83 percent this year. But what do actual farmers think about it? Are they furious that their style is being appropriated?