new york fashion week was the most racially diverse yet
A new report found that autumn/winter 19 was the most diverse season of shows ever, but the industry still has work to do.
fierce portraits of gypsy sport's latinx muses in la
The designer took his DIY inspired spring/summer 18 collection to a lowrider meet.
gypsy sport's latest campaign stars nyc's anti-prom kings and queens
NYC skate crew Brujas has hooked up with Gypsy Sport for its annual binary-smashing #ANTIPROM — and an equally untraditional photo album.
riding the subway in mexico city with gypsy sport
Designer Rio Uribe gets back to his roots and celebrates the creativity of young Mexico.
take an exclusive look at the new gypsy sport spring summer 17 campaign
As their new spring merch drops, we discuss the benefits of creative collaboration with Gypsy Sport founder Rio Uribe.
gypsy sport casts marchers and protesters for autumn/winter 17
Rio Uribe's pan-gender tribe of activists stomped to a bucket drum beat down a runway lined with glowing tents. Some were Gypsy Sport O.G.s, others he met while rallying for the rights of women and immigrants.
gypsy sport brings upscale rave kids and chinese slippers to spring/summer 17
For his energetic Sunday afternoon show, Rio Uribe debuted an exquisitely eclectic collection to a front row squad that included Tinashe, Dej Loaf, and Whoopi Goldberg.
gypsy sport recruits flappers and the nba for spring/summer 17
The energetic NYC brand’s genderless vision of global youth includes Roaring Twenties NBA players and soccer-playing saloon boys.
ride the metro with gypsy sport's parisian tribe of cool kids
Rio Uribe of Gypsy Sport imagines how his hyper-creative tribe of pan-ethnic, genderqueer kids might look in the City of Light.
exclusive: watch gypsy sport’s interactive new film, with music by jaden and willow smith
The joint CfDA Fashion Fund-winning designer Rio Uribe collaborates with a boundary-pushing Californian crew for Gypsy Sport’s spring/summer 16 campaign film.
gypsy sport autumn/winter 16
The NYC brand’s newest offering was refined, but its leader Rio Uribe still championed energetic, eclectic expressionism.
the best young talent to steal the spotlight at nyfw
New York’s autumn/winter 16 shows continued to shine a light on a radical attitude to fashion, gender and diversity rippling through the city’s fashion scene.