VICE went to Tehran to check out the third annual Fajr Fashion Show, where Iranian designers have crafted ornate and colorful clothing that still adheres to the country's strict dress codes and laws.
A killer fashion shoot with hatchets, menacing models, and bloodied bodies.
A lot of thought goes into staying that pale.
Covering yourself in gold isn't garish if you do it the right way.
A fashion shoot that mostly involves hanging out on a roof with some Israeli girls.
Photos by Kurt Prinz and styling by Pigeon Disco.
"The second time I went to jail, I was close to home with loved ones on the outside. I even drove past my house on a prison transfer! That was the game changer. I knew from that sentence I was done. No more."
Photos by Ben Ritter and styling by Annette Lamothe-Ramos.
Iran has the highest rate of nose surgery in the world per capita. According to most estimates, Iranians get four times the amount of nose jobs that Americans do. For Persian women and some men, the operation is a marker not just of physical beauty but al…
Thanks to Isa Lappalainen, you can now buy underwear emblazoned with the likes of Vladmir Putin, Tyra Banks, and Jesus.
Fashion Week is a misnomer. Like happy hour, no matter what day or time it is, it's happening somewhere in the world. Last week, it was happening in Paris.
Photos by Mike and Claire and Styling by Miyako Bellizzi.
Using some inventive coding, James Hennessey and Freel & Gorse came up with this shoot, which pulls pictures from Instagram that correspond to specific hashtags, then layers them underneath the photos.
A UK man is creating an online archive with all the best unauthorized Bart shirts. His collection includes Bart smoking weed, Bart hanging out with LL Cool J, and Bart fighting in the Gulf War.
Here's a photo shoot that imagines what it would look like if Kerouac and his buds took a respite from their road trip to cool down in a lake.
They're much more believable.
Photos by Natalia Mantini and styling by Miyako Bellizzi.
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.
The future doesn't look anywhere near as cool as it was supposed to, so here's a fashion shoot about how the 21st century should be.
If there is one thing that Fashion Week doesn't have enough of, it's booties.
For the whole five days, I stole everything I ate, drank, wore and watched.
The whole experience was nauseatingly self-indulgent but very fun all the same; it's no wonder so many people want in. For most, of course, it's a pretend job.
Given the ubiquity of #NYFW, it's easy to assume that every New Yorker is an avid spectator to the city's seasonal game of dress-up. But in interviews around City Hall, we found out that most New Yorkers don't give a shit about Fashion Week.
We visited Christian Cowan-Sanluis' studio to see the rest of his Beverly Hillbillies-inspired SS15 collection.