the juicy sweatsuit revival is the pinnacle of our ironic 2000s obsession
Tracing the trashionista staple’s journey from suburban strip malls to couture week.
why designers are sending dirty sneakers down the runway
Exploring how fashion's strange, new trend came to be.
vetements and dior homme call out for a more united europe
Designers embraced a new European hope on Saturday in Paris as Dior Homme, Hermès, and Balmain celebrated the French election and Vetements paid tribute to their new home in Zurich.
Anders Christian Madsen
vetements will never do another runway show
Demna Gvasalia is ditching Paris Fashion Week... and heading to Silicon Valley?
demna gvasalia of vetements proclaims 'eastern europe is over'
He also explains the reason behind the incredibly long sleeves and oversized proportions of his designs.
bad boys to bumsters: celebrating a century of being scandalized by jeans
In light of the recent controversies over clear pockets, butt zippers, and expensive mud, we examine denim’s controversial history.
will vetements start a mass creative exodus to zurich?
As Vetements leaves Paris for the birthplace Dada, we take a look at Zurich's thriving artist-led creative scene.
more details emerge surrounding vetements's big move to zürich
Tax haven, or creative hub? Perhaps both.
pantashoes: the origins of demna gvasalia's franken-fashion statement
What appears to be an outlandish invention on the Balenciaga runway has deep roots in fashion history.
cozy couture: the rise of fashion track pants
Or how the Adidas sweats you wear to the deli have inspired a million runway remixes — by Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Vetements, and Céline.
examining normcore's political rebirth
It's all about fitting in, dressing down, and infiltrating the grey world of men in suits.
the x files: when did fashion become so obsessed with collaborations?
From high fashion take overs of the high street, to designers working with artists and very rare streetwear drops, we investigate the phenomenon of the fashion collaboration.