Mikelle Street

Culture

beyoncé's coachella performance was a master class in black college life

The first black woman to headline Coachella was celebrating a specific experience.
Mikelle Street
4.18.18
Fashion

the world's first gender-neutral store just opened in manhattan

Phluid Project wants to be a safe space — for clothes shopping.
Mikelle Street
3.23.18
Culture

can white photographers capture the black male experience?

Luke Austin’s new photo book, 'LÉWÀ,' aims to challenge negative perceptions of black male beauty. It’s sparking a discussion about white allyship in 2018 America.
Mikelle Street
2.23.18
Culture

what can we learn from the queer leather community in 2018?

i-D hit up Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend to learn about the legacy of queer leather folk — and why it needs preserving today.
Mikelle Street
1.24.18
Fashion

a fashion collective reclaiming post-incarceration identity

Rebranded is a collaboration between recent Parsons graduate Joy Marie Douglas and a community of former inmates, including her father.
Mikelle Street
7.28.17
Fashion

why the leather community is cautiously optimistic about fashion’s fetish moment

The current Ms. Philadelphia Leather, Mr. Eagle NYC 2017, and other members of the leather community share their thoughts on fashion’s new-found enthusiasm for whips, caps, and chaps.
Mikelle Street
1.4.17
Film

margiela obscured models’ faces because he couldn’t afford to pay them (and other surprises from new doc)

The famously reclusive designer gets his big screen moment in ‘The Artist is absent,’ a new documentary featuring Jean Paul Gaultier, Raf Simons and Suzy Menkes
Mikelle Street
4.22.15