Volume 16 Issue 3

  • Medieval Slimes

    According to sources such as Hollywood, history textbooks, and the word on the street, the Middle Ages were a thousand-year grunge revival in which everybody walked around covered in fleas and mud.

  • Global Trend Report 2009 - Vienna & Stockholm

    Boys are just boys in Vienna. They all look like young, watered-down versions of what comes to mind when you think of a sensitive yet seductive older man.

  • When Rat Ruled The World

    In 1983, having recently moved to Sydney, a young Jac Vidgen threw a party in his Elizabeth Bay apartment. He’d done stuff like this before and like his previous efforts, the party was an unmitigated success.

  • 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...

  • PrÊt-À-mutilate

    Imagine if, when you were a kid, your parents used elaborate and painful methods to force your head or feet into bizarre and permanent shapes. Or imagine if the surest way to get a decent job was to stand perfectly still while your friend hacked the...

  • Paris Is Not A Soft Cheese

    I sat down with Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld biographer Alicia Drake and Kate Moss biographer Francoise-Marie to talk about the shark-filled fashion industry.

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  • Vice Fashion - A Boy & His Dog

    Photos by Edouard PlongeonStyling by Marine Braunschvig

  • Holy Fashion

    Besides being Europe's only absolute monarch, the highest authority of the Catholic Church, and the head of state of the smallest country in the world, the Pope is one of few human beings who can claim to be officially infallible.

  • 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.

  • 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?"

  • Vice Fashion - A Boy & His Dog

    Photos by Edouard PlongeonStyling by Marine Braunschvig

  • Global Trend Report 2009 - Copenhagen & Helsinki

    The days of moronic sneaker dudes with colorful shoelaces are long gone. Guys won't be caught dead in anything other than muted, somber colors.