On fifty acres in France, seventy pickers harvest the flowers that go into the popular perfume.
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Women who podcast’s clothes are about comfort and attitude.
Inside the shadow economy that allows Mexicans to buy and sell cheap clothing.
Andrew Weitz spruces up Hollywood’s reluctant Zoolanders.
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In the Instagram age, anyone can be a celebrity — and whole communities can be built around critiquing that celebrity's Photoshop choices.
Millennial activists and politicians are embracing minimalist design in their merch.
High-end fakes, social-media advertising, and shoes designed to mess with our sense of luxury: truly, there's never been a better, weirder time to buy fake sneaks.
YouTuber Lindybeige is in the process of getting a full suit of armor made for him, and part of that is getting a pair of gloves made for gauntlets. And he is really, really happy with how these custom deerskin gloves came out.
Now that I can buy jeans whenever I want, how many pairs constitute a proper wardrobe, and where does my collection cross the line into hoarding?
With more and more women, LGBT, and POC artists, clothes are being updated to match the times.
Inside the mysterious art — and big business — of color forecasting.
A sweet pair of kicks like these will get you hella likes on the 'gram. But if you don't have a couple hundred dollars to shell out to Adidas, Kanye and the Kardashian family, the only way to score a pair is to make one yourself.
How the souvenir staple became beloved by hipsters and fashion houses alike.
In the 1930s, brothers Adolf and Rudolph Dassler worked together making kickass kicks, until...
Marc Dolce left Nike for Adidas in 2014 — and is just getting started on envisioning the future of the company.
You've seen him in "Friday Night Lights," "The Wire," "Parenthood," "Chronicle" and "Black Panther," and now you're about to see him in some fresh, fresh kicks.
They uniformly land somewhere between "that needs to go" and "is that an ostrich butt?"
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