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Punk's not dead, it just turned 31 and got a job.
Where a blockbuster art show and outlandish couture collide.
Cool as fuck.
For years animal rights advocates persuaded the public that fur was murder—but a growing number of designers have embraced the controversial material.
Check out the soundtrack that accompanied Chromat's cyborg-themed fall/winter 2015 collection. The futuristic mix features songs by Fatima Al Qadiri and Bjork.
The brows have become status symbols, a way to demonstrate one's wealth and pride in appearance.
Almost every fashion show has some kind of historical reference or allusion-based theme underpinning it. We took a deeper look at some of these concepts that were presented on the runways during New York Fashion Week.
The artist discusses what it was like to film ten years of her outfits.
White people keep giving me backhanded compliments because of my brow game, and I wish they would stop.
This season, Mishka reinterprets their classic Keep Watch Eyeball, Autopsy Alien, and Death Adders Bear logos with colorful Kawaii inspired graphics, tie-dye printed tees, and cut-and-sew pieces.
Frankie the Frankfurter was far more chic than any of the front-rowers.
We met up with Christian shortly before his London Fashion Week presentation to talk about tacky influences and what it's like to be a rising star while you're still in the middle of your fashion degree.
After several years of Americana and heritage inspired clothes dominating menswear, designers have set aside their lumberjack plaids in favor of an aesthetic that's filled with the promise of the future.
There are palm trees and tropical plants dotted all over the place; you probably just don't notice them when it's gray and raining and fucking miserable.
Same goes for an assortment of vegetables and a glass bowl of ice cream. Here's the proof.
We spoke with the duo behind cult-favorite label about its rising success and penchant for sharp irreverence in anticipation of its fall/winter 2015 New York Fashion Week presentation.
The sui generis designer Telfar Clemens talks about the tenth anniversary of his eponymous fashion brand and his upcoming collection for Fashion Week.
"All the stereotypes are true," a dealer and model agent told us. "They aren't even stereotypes—they're just true."
"Maybe she was just scared for her Daddy. She just wanted people to stop being mean to her Daddy," West told i-D.
A Valentine's Day fashion shoot for the broken-hearted.
For years, young people from Indonesia to China have been dressing up like Nazis, buying Hitler-adorned merchandise, and embracing "swastikawaii."
To find out what it's like for minorities working in the fashion industry, we reached out some prominent people of color who are involved in modeling, styling, editing, designing, and photography.
NYFW is usually thought of as the most commercial and predictable of all the fashion weeks, but this year's is worth paying attention to. Here's why.