new york fashion week was the most racially diverse yet
A new report found that fall 2019 was the most diverse season of shows ever, but the industry still has work to do.
paloma elsesser on why there's no fashion week like new york's
The model tells i-D about her friendship with Eckhaus Latta, fashion's ever increasing diversity, and why she can't be bothered to go out.
the new new york
i-D crash lands into the Big Apple for fall/winter 19, to celebrate the design teams that injected life back into NYFW.
eckhaus latta's world is the one we want to live in
Mike and Zoe's growing brand exuded confidence this season, their thoughtful designs worn to perfection by an array of friends.
eckhaus latta's playfully ambitious spring/summer 19
Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta’s Brooklyn warehouse space hosted drum-playing toddlers, Whoopi Goldberg, and museum-worthy looks that spoke to the brand's DNA.
eckhaus latta’s whitney exhibition will change how you think about shopping
‘Eckhaus Latta: Possessed at the Whitney’ is a fully operational retail store, complete with functional art and live-streamed surveillance footage.
these are the most exciting designers in new york right now
The city that never sleeps has woken up to a new generation of talent. Diverse, wild, inclusive and radical, New York fashion is making a brand new start of it.
the finalists for 2018’s lvmh prize are here
Nearly half of them are London-based designers.
the shortlist for the lvmh best young designer prize has just been announced
Ft. Charles Loverboy, Eckhaus Latta and Faustine Steinmetz.
eckhaus latta cement their place as new york’s coolest brand
The who, what, and wow of Eckhaus Latta autumn/winter 18 collection.
The Radical Issue
the downtown new york fashion scene is a party, and you’re invited
If New York fashion week is over, how come it’s home to some of the most vital shows on the planet? Mary Manning shoots behind the scenes at the spring/summer 18 shows, while Rory Satran gets to the heart of the community.
eckhaus latta's new denim campaign features topless clowns
Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta are no strangers to unforgettable advertising.