How Changing Clothes Can Be Indicative of Releasing New Music
From Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar all the way back to Bowie and Prince, when a musician changes their look it often signals a new project.
The Viral 'Bulletproof' Haircut Started in Prison
First Ariel Franco was in solitary confinement. Then he was Brazil's most sought-after hairstylist.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Trump's Aides Allegedly Add Errors to the President's Tweets for 'Style'
West Wing staff apparently imitates Trump’s voice by adopting grammatical errors and disorderly syntax in his uniquely primitive style.
We Asked People with Mullets Why They Have Mullets
"The haircut can make you look sexy, but as soon as you pop on some trackies, you look like a 12-year-old thug."
These Limited Edition Trainers Double as a Free Annual Underground Ticket
Hundreds of people in Berlin camped out for days to get their hands on one of just 500 pairs of Adidas x U-Bahn trainers.
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The Views from a Transcendent Afropunk Weekend in Johannesburg
Over New Year's weekend, the festival landed at a former women's prison in South Africa's biggest city. Photographer Shan Wallace and Noisey's Lawrence Burney saw it all.
I Humiliated Myself by Asking a Panel of Teens to Rate My Style
"This outfit is even less sexy than your last one."
Landlord Is Making Streetwear for the Instagram Age
We spoke with Ryohei Kawanishi, the designer behind the New York-based label that mixes streetwear, workwear, and military construction.
Céline Dion's Style Renaissance Is the Best Thing About 2017, Honestly
Please join me in feeling very inspired.
The World’s Coolest Day Party Is Also a Safe Space for People of Colour
Everyday People is the celebration that brings young blacks together to have a good time in the midst of today's social turmoil.
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Bobby Kim on Falling in Love with Streetwear
The co-founder of The Hundreds tells us how he got into streetwear and why he's releasing the new documentary, 'Built to Fail.'
How to Be Fashionable on a Budget
"I might not have an ID card or any other documents, but fashion is my way of saying: 'I am Abdoullaye, this is who I am.'"
Abdoullaye, as told to Giuseppe Francaviglia