nothing compares to sinéad o'connor's early 90s style
In 1990, Sinéad O'Connor headlined Glastonbury wearing a leather jacket, a “Fat Slags” tee tucked into her jeans, and round sunglasses. It's Noah Johnson's favorite look from the Irish superstar, but he'll never attempt to recreate it.
an ode to amy sedaris's subversive, slapstick fashion
Comedian Sudi Green makes a case for the co-existence of comedy and style.
in praise of justin bieber's all or nothing style
Writer Gemma Sieff has been told she resembles Justin Bieber. But most of all, she enjoys his unrestrained approach to getting dressed.
rediscovering 60s ye-ye icon françoise hardy in the 90s
When you realize that your haircut may in fact be someone else's.
ursula andress, queen of power dressing
Alex Ronan shares a lesson on confidence and coats from a 60s film siren.
an ode to chrissie hynde’s feral fashion sense
Writer Maggie Lange considers the seeming contradictions within The Pretenders front woman’s inimitable aesthetic.
the subversive allure of young truman capote
With his threadbare t-shirts and bedroom eyes, the author at 23 became writer Amy Rose Spiegel's stylistic hero.
Amy Rose Spiegel
what parker posey taught me about corsets and careers
Rave queen turned librarian Mary from 'Party Girl' is an unlikely but instructive role model, says Alice Hines.
in search of river phoenix's thrift store mystique
Writer Alex Frank on looking for realness in Carhartt jackets and damaged Dr. Martens.
the power of solange’s proudly unconventional style
Googling Solange’s fashion choices is like looking into the future, says writer Jazmine Hughes.
lifelong lessons in style from gwen stefani
Writer Laia Garcia reflects on her years as a pre-teen "Gwennabe."
how aggi of the pastels stole my teenage heart
All about the mysterious Glasgow tomboy with her oversized denim jacket and lilting bass lines.