I recently sat down with Banana magazine's creators to find out how the fashion and lifestyle publication is creating a new outlet for young Asian Americans to express themselves and tell their stories.
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 the season's collections.
In light of the shootings of Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice, the hoodie has become a garment of ill-omen that is tangled up in America's ongoing conversation about race, socioeconomics, and violence against black bodies.
His fall from grace was one of the most dramatic declines the fashion world has seen since Coco Chanel's outing as a Nazi collaborator. Now that he's been appointed to helm Maison Martin Margiela, everyone is wondering if he can make a real comeback.
TACKMA started when Jeffrey Schottenstein made a pair of NikeiD sneakers for LeBron James with the acronym for 'They Can All Kiss My Ass' stitched across the back. Now it's a full streetwear fashion range, sported by everyone from Drake to Kevin Durant.
BeautyCon, according to its press release, is a place where "hundreds of content creators—professional beauty gurus, editors, celebrities, bloggers and YouTube personalities—come together to network, discuss the future of online media, and interact with t…
Sumzine is about buying less and buying better in a world consumed by fast fashion. We called up publisher Jamie Ortega to talk about the importance of buying sustainable gear and the zine's Kickstarter campaign.
I stopped by the futuristic fashion label's studio to see what's up with their new video, what it's like designing for pop divas, and how they plan to keep revolutionizing the realm of women's fashion.
Ask yourself this: Am I really in a position to be complaining about what a woman does with her body hair? No. You should be down on your knees, praising any woman who'd allow you to take as much as a whiff of her sweat wicks.
This anonymous designer has been creating non-demographic denim since the brand launched in 2011. People have been going apeshit since the first 69 collection sold at Assembly New York, and in an industry where image is everything, forgoing fame is a true…