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.
"They were people who have turned into cats because there's a virus that's turned people into soft household pets. They've all still got their urges—they all want to fuck still. It's my vision of the future."
Like clockwork, New York Fashion Week came and went in a swift blur of broken heels, extravagant weirdos, and free party swag. Now that the dust has settled, here's what we saw and whether or not it made us smile or barf. Enjoy!
After a week of crowded parties and highbrow events, my final night of New York Fashion Week was spent at Kristin Cavallari's Chinese Laundry shoe launch. It was a terrible experience, unlike any other of the past seven nights.
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…
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
In a dark warehouse parked on a particularly desolate stretch of Bushwick, with green strobes of light circling a crowded dance floor like neon eels, a stranger's clammy skin brushing against yours doesn't feel like anything special—until you realize that…
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.
The Miguel Romano clothing line was inspired by the murder of local rapper El Duke. We spoke to co-founder Michael Puscar to learn what it feels like to be stabbed in a blade-resistant shirt, and to find out if the best way to honor a peacemaker's memory