At Moscow Fashion Week, Children Are The New ‘It Bag’

Security guards didn't bat an eye at the "pitter-patter of little Uggs" on the exhibition-hall floor.


Fyre Festival Merchandise Will Go on Sale to Recoup Investors' Money

The US Marshal's Service is holding a fyre sale.


Subway Station in China Bans Woman For Her Goth Makeup

Goths worldwide unite in solidarity of the woman by posting selfies under #ASelfieForTheGuangzhouMetro.


Karl Lagerfeld's Choupette Follows a Long Lineage of Celebrity Pets Receiving Inheritances

From Michael Jackson to Alexander McQueen, it pays to be a celebrity pet.


One of Supreme's New Accessories Is Perfect for Injured Hypebeasts

There's no brick this season, but there is a load of stuff you'll find on Grailed for thousands of pounds once the summer's over.


Can Boa Constrictors Heal You?

From the ancient world to upstate New York, serpent healing has long been a source of sacred feminine power. Erin Schwartz gets wrapped up with Serpentessa. Photographed by Frankie Alduino.


How to Get the Most From Selling Your Clothes, Marie Kondo Style

Here’s how to get rid of all your shit and make money doing it.


Photos That Celebrate Being South Asian and Queer

Henna collective Huq That is queering and modernizing the ancient body art.


The History of Supreme's Battle with 'Supreme'

The streetwear giant has spent years failing to stop an Italian company from bootlegging its brand.


Can Plastic Surgery Be Performance Art?

Alexis Stone explains why she got thousands of dollars of plastic surgery—and then revealed she had faked it.


In Praise of Packing a Lot

Joan Didion is celebrated for packing a little. She is wrong.


2018 Was the Best 1994 Since... Well... 1994

We're still deep in the throes of some serious mid-90s nostalgia.