In 'Colette,' Queerness Is an Act of Rebellion, Not a Source of Trauma
The Kiera Knightly–led period piece does justice to the French proto-feminist author.
Au Revoir, Colette: The Store That Created the Concept of Concept Stores
Nadja Spiegelman on the legacy that Paris's high-fashion temple will leave behind when it closes in December.
Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf and More Cover an LA Public School in Street Art
On the anniversary of RFK’s assassination, an LA school honors his legacy with a monument to creative visionaries.
Shana Nys Dambrot
Celebrating Colette, Champion of Sex and Debauchery
In honor of the 20th-century French writer's birthday, we look back at the sexy, unconventional life and work of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, known until her death in 1954 as "France's leading woman writer."
Viral Style: Air-Purifying Onesies, Apple Watch Photos, And Magnetized Outfits
Viral Style #66 highlights the week's top tech-inspired fashion, plus the wearable selfie machine you'll use to show it off.
The VICE Guide to Europe 2014
Paris Is Still Full of Rude, Arrogant People
Here's how to avoid them and have a great time.
Some Norwegian Kid Got a Shitty McDonald's Tattoo and Lady Gaga Wore Something Stupid as Usual
Here's a brief run-down of what's happening in the internet fashion realm: Somewhat successful thieves robbed a high-end Parisian boutique, Lady Gaga wore something stupid (again) and failed at being thought-provoking (again), and some really...