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.
Do you have an opinion about Instagram bros embracing braids? Soon you will, trust us.
Spawned in the townships of Johannesburg, skhothane revolved around garish displays of wealth—but when the media began to film kids burning their cash and clothes, the subculture imploded in on itself.
"I picture myself dressed in a latex twinset with a headset on, sitting in an office, talking someone through the takedown of the cult of masculinity and the take-up of goddess worship."
Here's to the tastemakers who've owned this strong look and paved the way for a new era of beauty.
We speak to five 20-something photographers, designers, stylists, and editors to find out how much they make, how they spend it, and why they continue to work in a field that keeps them teetering on the brink of bankruptcy.
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.
"We'll understand what the true cost of the materials are."
Like most aspects of JFK's assassination, the iconic garment remains the subject of endless conspiracies and controversy.
Basking in the wisdom of fashion's favourite rebel.
Dan Sullivan talks about his customers, his craziest designs, and how exactly he incorporated a flashing lightsaber and Darth Vader sound effects into a pair of shoes.
Monash students interpret the NGV's Great Hall, the Shrine of Remembrance and more as sartorial works for MPavilion Presentation.
The designer, model, photographer and social media star hopes her label will liberate you.
Mishka has teamed up with Sesame Street for a 15-piece collection that reinterprets the show's classic characters. Check out their new lookbook, which was shot by photographer Koki Sato. It features the New York City dance crew We Live This rocking…
French model Yazemeenah Rossi talks about beauty standards, fashion, and the relentless passing of time.
Here are some outfits that are great ways to say, "Hey, remember this popular internet joke? Me too!"
With the launch of his new exhibition, we speak to the artist about making iconic Australian work from London.
Tina Borg remembers dressing the 90s club kids and ravers during the decade of dance.
Keep calm and continue to judge terrible, unfunny meme-based fashion choices.
Supreme's former creative director, Brendon Babenzian, has opened up his own clothing store called Noah that is centered around the idea that the shit you wear might not be crucial and, at worst, might distract from what really matters.
In their first collection, the label asks us to think about the duality of our bodies, and why we wear clothes at all.
The shoes are set to drop in spring 2016.
The RMIT graduate blends unconventional materials and jewell-toned palettes in a fresh collection.
Former model and diversity campaigner says designers want models of color, but they aren't being presented by some agencies.