Every year Vans manufactures between 70 to 85 million pairs of shoes using traditional methods.
A masked wrestler is never more respectable than when he wears his best business casual.
Invented for athletics, sneakers eventually became status symbols and an integral part of street style.
We love the absurdity of this British fashion stable and hope it sticks around for millennia to come so we can do a combination of snickering and admiring from over across the pond.
What's the secret to completely transforming your face? Nose contouring.
I am a married, gainfully employed man who has completed three full decades on Earth, and yet, here I am accepting shipments of designer boxer briefs or a pair of "work slacks" from the woman who bore me.
As his child whines from the other room "what is that?" before demanding nachos.
Lopped off hair is seen as unsexy, unfeminine and a marker of motherhood.
These spiritual stones purportedly help people connect with the Earth, but few sellers will say where on Earth their products are from.
Miquela represents perhaps the pinnacle of unrealistic beauty standards. How can we compete with someone who never ages or gets hungry and who can be in ten different places at once?
"Play like a man, look like a lady."
Stephen has a little too much fun during his behind-the-scenes look at the Met's newest exhibition, "Heavenly Bodies."
How one giant company will dominate the way the whole world sees.
The ethos of Silicon Valley — scalability, homogeneity, and a subtle exclusivity — has crept into the clothes people wear.
YouTuber Mars Argo is suing the mysterious pop sensation and her creative partner for copyright infringement.
I'm not saying Mitt has to keep the same tuxedo for six years. I end up buying myself a new winter coat every couple years, for example. But I suspect Mitt has had more than one occasion since 2012 to wear a tux.
"Watch me ascend to a level of celestial gayness that even Michelangelo himself never achieved."
Thinx's feminist spin on business development is no doubt progressive and avant-garde, but it only gets to keep being those things for as long as it survives capitalism's Darwinian gauntlet of trials and tribulations.
Instead of watching celebrities at the Met Gala Monday night, pay attention to what the pope wears every day.
Bogus claims of money laundering and weapons trading tied to Russian fashion influencers, and spread through social media is how character assassination works in 2018.
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