Afropunk Festival Brought Primary Color Joy to a Grey London
Everyone at the festival's second UK run showed out.
Noisey UK Staff
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.'
Meet the Artist Taking Street Photography to New Heights
Jeff Hodsdon’s sensual, slow-motion portraiture gives flourishing new life to street photography.
Photos of the Colorful Joy on Display at London's Afropunk Fest
Our UK team were at Saturday's one-day festival, taking in the carefree happiness.
The Dopest Afrofuturist Looks at Afropunk 2016
Photographer Christelle de Castro captured the festival's forward-thinking crowd and asked a few people what Afrofuturism means to them.
The Best Witchy Style from New York's Annual Pagan Festival
At the fifth annual WitchsFest, attendees accessorized with healing crystals, lots of leather, and, on one occasion, an iguana on a leash.
Bill Cunningham Made Me Feel Like a Real New Yorker
His pictures are tribal—the many vibrant differences that make up the entire city are on display.
Meet the Diehard Finnish DJ Who Inspired the “Techno Interests Me” Meme
The story of how "Techno Antti" became one of dance music's funniest memes—plus, an exclusive mix from the Helsinki mainstay.
Nick Wooster Tells Us How He Became a Style Icon
We caught up with the tastemaker and style expert to talk about his youth, life as a fashion celebrity, and the illusion that you can build a career out of social media.
New Documentary ‘Fresh Dressed’ Serves Up the Evolution of Street Style
The star-filled documentary is both a celebration of early hip-hop culture and an indictment of the brand capitalization that followed.
These Women Are Nailing FKA twigs' Dystopian Goddess Look
Post-apocalyptic aesthetics presided over FKA twigs' 'Congregata' show in New York.
I Dressed Like an Idiot at Fashion Week to See How Easy It Is to Get Street-Snapped
The whole experience was nauseatingly self-indulgent but very fun all the same; it's no wonder so many people want in. For most, of course, it's a pretend job.