• Behind the Seams

    Japanese Hairhats

    Meet Shinji Konishi, Tokyo's leading maker of fake-animal-head hair hats.

  • Global Trend Report 2009 - Montreal & Mexico City

    Boys in Montreal are keeping it pretty monochrome these days. The more adventurous will accessorize with the occasional bright pop of color, but mostly things are pretty murky.

  • Kai Kühne

    Every article about Kai Kühne these days is called something like "Wild Child Grows Up and Gets Serious!," "Tempestuous Bad Boy Makes Good!," or, as the New York Times titled their profile, "Can Fashion Forgive His Past?"

  • The Future Of Fashion

    It might seem presumptuous to make fashion predictions after a decade that saw so few fashion innovations.

  • Vice Fashion - Welcome To Hinckley, England

    Photos by Jaimie Taete
    Styling by Jordan Santschi

  • Global Trend Report 2009 - New York & Los Angeles

    On guys, we're seeing a bit of a rockabilly revival. Is the never-ending Morrissey obsession to blame for this? Three out of five guys you see on the streets are sporting pompadours.

  • Vice Fashion - Connie Chiu

    Photos by Camilla Stephan
    Styling by Hanna Kisch/Kid of Tomorrow

    Connie Chiu is a Chinese albino from Hong Kong who was raised in

  • Yokoo

    Yokoo is an accidental knitting wunderkind who resides in a magical place called Atlanta, where she chips away tirelessly and obsessively at creating weird and beautiful neckwear.

  • Brogue Bros

    There is a famous fable from the UK northern-soul scene, from around the time the skinhead look first became popular in about 1969 or 1970.

  • Global Trend Report 2009 - London & Berlin

    As a reaction to the self-imposed squalor of the punky kids and the shameless fun hunting of the indie-weirdo gang, the “slightly too smart for their age” bunch are really upping their formal dressing skills.

  • Wear Dare

    The challenge: Go to the thrift store and pick out five of the most hideous, ridiculous outfits you can scare up for 50 bucks. Make your friend wear them all day, every day, for a week no matter what—no changing plans, no wussing out, and don't explain what you're doing eith…

  • Global Trend Report 2009 - Melbourne & New Zealand

    Attention to detail has become important, and things like buttons, plaid, lace, animal prints, and leather accessories can make or break you.

  • The Bitter Tears of Amy Wesson

    Photos by Stacey Mark, Styling by Jaclyn Hodes.

  • Koos Van Den Akker

    Eye-bogglingly complex sweaters are the first things that come to mind when someone comes up in our face and whispers, "Bill Cosby." Not Pudding Pops, not that "Dad is great, give us chocolate cake" song he sang, and certainly not Fat Albert.