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Fashion

what's with the influx of childlike fashion 'toys'?

Infantile is trending.
Liam Hess
18 hours ago
Fashion

how tourist kitsch became a trend

Cheap, gloriously tacky, kind of throwaway but also sentimental, souvenirs have been a ubiquitous part of consumerism for decades. Now they're in fashion.
Clementine de Pressigny
9.4.18
Fashion

you will be wearing this

A very handy guide to the trends that we have decided will define this coming fashion season.
Felix Petty
8.30.18
Fashion

visors are back, bitches

Bigger, better, and bolder than ever before
Tish Weinstock
4.21.18
beauty

ear modification is beauty's freakiest new trend

From dermal punches to pointed elf ears and reptilian ridges, the look is no longer just for 'Lord of the Rings' fans.
Marie Lodi
4.18.18
Fashion

what even is gen z yellow and should we care about it?

Millennial pink but make it horrible.
Felix Petty
4.14.18
Fashion

the controversial american history of the canadian tuxedo

How did double denim go from a working class staple to a runway (and red carpet) hit?
Hannah Ongley
1.6.18
Think Pieces

2016 was the year that… women ruled the runways

This year brought to the forefront the women who, with their agenda setting shows, gave us reason to believe in fashion.
Jack Sunnucks
12.27.16
Music

throwback to the new old techno

Ahead of World Unknown's Easter Special, Ian McQuaid explores how the club night harks back to rave's utopian dream.
Ian McQuaid
3.24.16
Fashion

rebels with a cause

18th century punk, sexercise, and the mother of the Rhythm Nation. It was all in a day as Comme des Garçons, Haider Ackermann and Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood got rebellious at Paris Fashion Week.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.6.16
Fashion

paris goes decadent

“It’s decadence as a lifestyle,” Dries Van Noten said on the second day of Paris Fashion Week, as Maison Margiela and Rochas joined him on a Wednesday of spectacular collections where opulence came with scratches in the surface.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.4.16
Fashion

clothes, consistency and constant change

As the curtain closes on the autumn/winter 16 shows in Milan, three very different designers – MSGM, Missoni and Marni – demonstrated that fashion’s ongoing industry changes are best balanced by consistency.
Anders Christian Madsen
2.29.16