the people shaping the fashion industry right now: part three
New York, New York, the city that never sleeps and a breeding ground for some of the hardest working and most talented young creatives in the biz. Here’s some of the best
what do your favourite fashion designers eat for lunch?
Buffalo Zine found out in their new issue.
vaquera puts a demented spin on high school cliques
Broken cheerleaders and goth prom queens took over a school cafeteria on the Lower East Side for spring/summer 19.
does unisex fashion alienate those it’s supposed to represent?
With New York Fashion Week’s recent introduction of a new ‘unisex/non-binary’ category to its schedule, we examine whether the move represents a push for progress or instead others a social group that longs to be included?
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.
vaquera’s collection questioned notions of faith
The who, what, and wow of Vaquera 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.
vaquera had an identity crisis in a boxing gym for spring/summer 18
The rising New York brand let loose a wild mashup of different subcultural styles in the Church Street Boxing Gym.
5 rising brands to know this new york fashion week
Including a Rihanna-approved recent Parsons graduate and a Brooklyn designer who’s refusing to present during NYFW at all.
stand clear of the closing doors: inside vaquera’s subway fashion show
The emerging brand drew downtown it-kids and rush hour riders alike to its third presentation, staged at the Delancey Street F train station.