Though some might proclaim me as such, I don’t consider myself a fashion icon. Not exactly. I enjoy wearing nice things. And shopping as well. I like colors. I like sneakers. I professionally stunt. On occasion. Some might call me an influencer. Okay. I guess I’m fly. Here’s my latest.
Most of us probably use the skull emoji and the parlance “I’m dead” or “DECEASED” when encountering something unbelievable or hilarious on the internet. But how many of us put our money where our mouths are and dress like it, too? Specifically, I’m beseeching us all to dress like ghosts.
Wouldn’t it be nice if every celebrity moving forward took a page from drag queens and had some FUN on the red carpet for once?!
Britney Spears is the face of fashion brand Kenzo’s latest campaign (dropped on Tuesday), titled La Collection Memento N0. 2. Here are the photos, shot by Peter Lindbergh.
The concept of “body positivity” is a relatively recent invention. But so is mass-produced clothing. And bodies have always come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, many of them outside the predominant norms of the time—which have never been entirely stable.
Last week, I was privileged to attempt and solve one of America’s largest sartorial mysteries: How often should DeRay be washing his vest? On Monday morning I briefly chatted with the activist, podcast host, and reluctant fashion icon DeRay McKesson about his personal commitment to a single blue Patagonia vest.
I’ve been on the Blue Vest beat for years, tirelessly following the escapades of the former Baltimore mayoral candidate and activist DeRay McKesson. On Sunday at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party, McKesson’s post-meme Patagonia Blue Vest was spotted again.
The Oscars afterparties are better than the ceremony itself, both fashionally and candid-photo-wise, because everyone gets to take off their stiff gowns and replace them with... slightly less stiff gowns.
As the stars descend on the red carpet and some even have pointedly delayed conversations with alleged abuser Ryan Seacrest, The Rally Against Rape Culture/#OscarsSoComplicit protest is going down on Hollywood and LaBrea. If we have learned one thing this awards season, it’s that it’s difficult to turn an…
The Brit Awards took place Wednesday night in London; they are sort of like the British version of the Grammys, but with better taste and slightly less racism. Stormzy, that shining star of a grime MC, took home the awards for British Album of the Year and British Male Solo Artist. But a more competitive contest was…
For W magazine’s latest issue, Janelle Monáe dressed up like a fly detective in a fashion feature directed by Jordan Peele. Black History Month keeps on giving.
On January 29, 2018, a magnificent, historic coalition of Hollywood’s finest black talent convened to premiere what’s expected to be one of the greatest films of our generation, Marvel’s Black Panther. Early reviews are beyond promising. Damn near everybody (well, all the black attendees) at the Hollywood premiere…
The Grammys typically showcase some of the more compelling ensembles during red carpet awards season thanks to an increased freedom of expression within the music industry compared to the film one. (That, and far fewer opportunities for corporate sponsorships from big-name designers).
Couture shows are going down in Paree right now and so far, with a couple of exceptions—Iris!!! The Only Good Designer—they’re mostly a snooze of finery and chiffon (albeit, you know, couture-crafted). Alexandre Vauthier, though, the man who dresses the most interesting people on the red carpet, has gone further into…
Karl’s latest haute couture collection—shown today in Paris to the likes of Ibeyi, Sofia Coppola, Isabelle Huppert, and Marion Cotillard—is eye candy for gleeful widows, full of fluffy tulle skirts beneath signature tweed jackets and spritely mourning veils capped with a melange of florals. Some looks were reminiscent…
The 49th NAACP Image Awards were pre-taped on Monday night, with a red carpet full of extravagant, glamorous fabrics for the eye to see. See all the LUKS looks below.
Celebrities have been planning for weeks to wear black on tonight’s Golden Globes red carpet, an expression of solidarity with Me Too and a plea for Hollywood’s climate of sexual harassment to never return to the status quo. But how will that actually play out in practice? Can a night that normally represents glamour,…
Hypebae, the best website on the internet about all things hypebae, has presented us with an intriguing day-in-the-life video about Zappa, a Dutch Instagram cat whose streetwear collection would put to shame most of the 14-year-old boys spending their lives in the line for Supreme drops.
If you’ve run out of oily rags and shrimp husks, why not tie up your hair with a piece of the past? Scrunchies are back, and they want to get on your head and nest.
As a companion to its staple series Say Yes to the Dress, TLC is premiering another wedding show that combines our love of dramatic ceremonies and stylish transformations.