Pyer Moss announces its Open Studio 2 collaboration
The brand put out an open call to create work reflecting its ethos and Black liberation.
Pyer Moss is hosting a drive-in event during New York Fashion Week
The brand will be premiering its new film, as well as dropping new clothing. And there’s a chance that you can join, too.
Pyer Moss’ NYC office is now a coronavirus donation centre
The brand will be distributing latex gloves and masks to medical professionals in need.
how do we make sure diversity isn’t just a trend?
We investigate the issues raised in the wake of the Business of Fashion-Kerby Jean-Raymond scandal.
johnny nelson's jewelry honors black and queer icons
After a series of struggles, Johnel Jamison found his purpose in silver and gold portrait pieces that celebrate figures from Missy Elliott to Octavia St. Laurent.
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pyer moss celebrates the black origins of rock n' roll
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond completes his three-part "American, Also" collection with an ode to Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
why young designers are reclaiming cowboy culture
Welcome to the wild, wild west of 2018 — where queer go-go dancers wear neon cowboy hats and Cowgirls of Color star in fashion campaigns.
pyer moss awarded 2018 cfda/vogue fashion fund
Kerby Jean-Raymond follows in the footsteps of Telfar Clemens.
5 black designers who aren’t virgil abloh
Because fashion still has a “black people problem.”
black lives matter activist deray mckesson on the politics of a hoodie
'When we think about protest again, we think about it as telling the truth in public, and the hoodie is perhaps our most public, truth-telling piece of clothing.'
erykah badu makes fashion styling an art form
In advance of her styling debut at New York Fashion Week, i-D meets the the iconic musician who once turned a tablecloth into a look for a music video.
eric garner police video screened at new york fashion week catwalk show
Pyer Moss designer Kerby Jean-Raymond wasn’t sure he would even show clothes at the presentation focusing on police brutality against black Americans.