hood by air has announced its comeback
Designer Shayne Oliver told Ssense that the brand will return within a matter of months.
shayne oliver's diesel collab doesn't mean hood by air is dead
Fresh off his collaboration with Helmut Lang, the designer is turning his eye to the world of denim.
shayne oliver brought sex back to helmut lang
And enlisted some of the brand’s original 90s muses — Kirsten Owen, Missy Rayder, and Danielle Zinaich — to help.
the a-z of helmut lang
As the iconic house re-launches today with a collection designed by Shayne Oliver, we take a look back at the most influential designer of the 1990s.
goodbye for now: hood by air confirms official hiatus
For now, Shayne Oliver and Leilah Weinraub are switching focus to solo efforts.
hba’s shayne oliver is designing a collection for helmut lang
Helmut Lang's new "editor in residence" brought in the Hood by Air designer for the first in a series of capsule collaborations.
hood by air transform photo book on jamaica’s male porn stars and gully queens into a capsule collection
Designer Shayne Oliver worked with photographer Pieter Hugo for the initial project. Now, the images have been printed on a new line of ultra long-sleeve T-shirt dresses.
hood by air and pieter hugo capture jamaica’s male porn stars and gully queens
'PH & HBA' is a stunning new photo book from the South African photographer and NYC fashion label.
hood by air's spring/summer 17 fetish labyrinth
Following its LA spectacular, Hood By Air presents the second part of its spring/summer 17 roadshow in an underground Marais sex club.
hood by air staged a human monster truck rally in l.a.
Shayne Oliver presented his fall/winter 16 men's collection during the inaugural Made LA fashion festival, with a characteristically boundary-breaking live performance.
hood by air will show in los angeles
The brand combines digital runway and live performance for its latest act at Made LA.
exclusive film: go behind the scenes of hood by air’s incredible barneys windows
Shayne Oliver pulled out all the stops for the iconic New York department store’s first ever menswear windows, molding exact replicas of his catwalk models and collaborating with Arca on a Wench soundscape.