The French-Austrian designer may not admit it, but she has a bit of a medical fetish. So much that her main inspiration is 18th century orthopedic medical gear, the buckled straps of hospitals and insanity wards.
Kalen Hollomon uses his iPhone and everyday scenes as the backdrop for his mixed-media work. He takes clippings from fashion magazines, vintage porn, and illustrations and inserts them into real life. Check out Jackson, the short film he made for…
When Shop Jeen bombarded my Twitter feed with clothing patterned with Ryan Gosling's face, I had to check it out. So I met up with the web store's founders, Erin Yogasundram and Amelia Muqbel, to talk about success and the internet.
People may be afraid to merge in Los Angeles, but they aren't afraid to get dolled up and take pictures of one another lounging poolside. Here's a photo shoot inspired by Bret Easton Ellis's debut—the good parts, not the parts with mutilated bodies and st…
Sumzine is about buying less and buying better in a world consumed by fast fashion. We called up publisher Jamie Ortega to talk about the importance of buying sustainable gear and the zine's Kickstarter campaign.
This year, we had photographer Melchior Ferradou-Tersen track down and photograph the best vests and back patches at Hellfest 2014. Then, we submitted them for commentary from our panel of five experts.
I stopped by the futuristic fashion label's studio to see what's up with their new video, what it's like designing for pop divas, and how they plan to keep revolutionizing the realm of women's fashion.
Ask yourself this: Am I really in a position to be complaining about what a woman does with her body hair? No. You should be down on your knees, praising any woman who'd allow you to take as much as a whiff of her sweat wicks.
I talked to Hiba Krisht about the 15 years she spent wearing the Muslim head covering against her will, how Islam can hypersexualize women, and whether she's worried that her website is going to get co-opted by right-wing bigots.