We had some of our international contributors break down the world's biggest fashion weeks in an attempt to help you survive the madness.
Stage dives, diversity and gender neutrality: NZFW isn't shy, and we loved it.
An underlying rebellion is at the heart of a universal movement towards the qualities Antipodeans have always valued in their fashion.
They came from all around Australia, to line up for a pair of Yeezy Boost 350s, in black. We spent a few days watching the ordeal.
"There's this expectation of artists to be in the shadows, to be behind a painting. Especially as a woman, and a young woman, I feel it's really important to be like, 'Hey, this is me, this is what I look like. This is how I present myself'."
Photos and creative direction by Annette Lamothe-Ramos; styling by Miyako Bellizzi. Special thanks to the time-warped city of Wildwood, New Jersey.
From Maori tattoos to the golden age of Hollywood, from David Bowie to being considered a "disruptive force" in schools, black lipstick has been around much longer than Hot Topic and the Kardashian Krew.
Lukhanyo Mdingi sounds off on his super surreal lookbooks and why his country's creatives are ready to take the industry by storm.
The singer on the beauty and grace of Janet Jackson, and her zero tolerance for fuckboys.
This fashion shoot captures the spirit of the classic Lou Reed song, which told us that although New York City is like a circus and a sewer, the glory of love can see us through.
We caught up with the editor of MC1R, who's representing for reds around the world.
"What has genitalia got to do with the way you want to look?"
Mish Way of White Lung on how the kinderwhore aesthetic championed by grunge rockers like Courtney Love shaped her view of feminism—and why it's more important now than ever.
We asked fashion experts like Nick Wooster and John Varvatos if the guys delivered.
We talked to London's newest menswear star about race, gender, and sexuality, her love of poetry, and how a recent trip to Senegal inspired her spring/summer 16 collection.
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.
By mixing sportswear with non-Western influences and utilizing fabrics usually designated for women, the label is helping redefine the way guys dress.
Part retail space, part gallery, Centre for Style is both a challenge and a joy to explore. i-D meets creator Matthew Linde to talk Tumblr, an upcoming book and staging shows in Airbnbs.
This could be the year we pull out our trucker hats again.
We talked with the talented menswear designer about becoming a New Yorker, working with Kanye West, and the future of menswear.
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 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.
New York designer Gogo Graham creates garments by the trans community for the trans community.