They say Steve Jobs wore the same thing every day in order to avoid having to spend energy making a decision on what to wear. Michael Beasley apparently never got the memo.
Before sleazecore went mainstream, there was the iconic board-shorts-and-Uggs 'fit.
Jiang Hongqi from Suining, China, grew up learning the trade from his parents. Now at the ripe age of six, he's already an expert.
A new breed of material makers is creating the fabrics we'll all be wearing in 10 years.
To make this all the more impressive, she doesn't use a single drop of hair spray.
From the backs of Chinatown grandmas to dudes everywhere.
"My husband did not like this coat. He said 'I'm not supposed to like it. I'm supposed to notice it,'" a shopper named Drue wrote in November 2018. "He doesn't understand fashion," she added.
Say hello to Adapt BB.
Nail printers might be the way we pamper ourselves someday soon, as this short video demonstrates.
"There's definitely some pants I can't really fit into," says reigning league MVP Taylor Hall of the Devils. "Some shorts that maybe fit my waist but don't fit the other parts. It's a challenge."
Next year's fashion is putting yourself in someone else's skin. Literally.
The extravagant splendor of the animal kingdom can’t be explained by natural selection alone — so how did it come to be?
Like red wine rather than white, it can suggest sophistication, even opulence; like the darks of professional makeup — the art of smoky defining shadows and dark lipstick — it can obscure what we find less appealing and hint at mysterious qualities that a scrubbed-clean face couldn't hope to inspire.
Spanish-speaking sellers have become Avon’s not-so-secret weapon as the beauty sales empire works to reinvent itself in the US. But is the company doing enough to support them?
Everything we tried to fix our posture in 2019.
Sports video games strive for realism by closely replicating real-life players, but digitally reproducing their tattoos has led to court fights over ownership rights.
The Calvin Klein brand hired big-name fashion designer Raf Simons to build relevancy. Now he's out.
Or: how some poor dope paid $10,000 for a shoe.
Prada, Hermes, and Louis Vuitton fared poorly on a new report about forced labor. Meanwhile Adidas, Lululemon, and Gap had the most slavery-free supply chains.
Does... does that mean the brands have won?
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