The Fashion Issue 2011

    • 6.20.11


      Juan Hinestroza is an assistant professor of fiber science and directs the Textiles Nanotechnology Laboratory at the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University.

    • 3.1.11

      Nicola Formichetti

      Designer Nicola Formichetti was born in Japan and raised in Italy, which is the fashion-industry equivalent of an anorexic midget with arms like Popeye deciding to become a jockey.

    • 3.1.11

      Patrick Kyle

      T.B. Please gets outs of your bed! We are being ins trouble!

    • 3.1.11

      Devin Finch

    • 3.1.11

      Gareth Pugh

      Back in 2005, Gareth Pugh was living in a squat in London when all the important UK fashion magazines attached themselves to him like a Fred Perry-clad tumor.

    • 3.1.11

      Indian Girls in Pam Hogg

      Photos by Tom Beard Art Direction: Pam Hogg Stylist: Aldene Johnson

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    • 3.1.11

      Employees of the Month

      When photojournalist Harry Benson traveled to America with the Beatles in 1964, he knew he would stay. Since then he’s photographed everyone from JFK to Obama to Frank Sinatra to Brad Pitt.

    • 3.1.11

      Notes from Fashion Don’ts Week in Milan

      I’m in Milan! Woo-hoo!! Vice sent me here to “cover” the spring Fashion DON’Ts collections and I think I just spotted Dustin Diamond being mobbed by wealthy hipsters!

    • 3.1.11

      Vera Barreto Leite Valdez

      Vera Valdez left Brazil as a teenager and began a career in Paris in the 1950s as a model for surrealist designer Elsa Schiaparelli.

    • 3.1.11

      Look at These Fucking Boots!

      Last month we went to the dusty city of Matehuala, Mexico, in the northern state of San Luís Potosí on the high plateau of the Huasteca Potosina, in search of the pointiest long-toed cowboy boots ever made.

    • 3.1.11

      Robothugs 2025

      Photos by Aliya Naumoff Stylist: Annette Lamothe-Ramos

    • 3.1.11

      Street Wear

      As a part-time harm-reduction worker based in the Downtown Eastside (DTES) of Vancouver, Canada, I spend a couple days each week chatting with hundreds of the approximately 18,000 addicts and marginalized people crammed into the area.