You can tell a lot about a person by how they dress. Fashion should be an extension of your personality.
In honor of its new exhibition, “The Rise of Sneaker Culture,” the Brooklyn Museum hosted a night of revelry.
Jan-Jan Van Essche wants his line of understated pieces to help men feel light and unburdened.
The musician, better known as the creative force behind Twin Shadow, scored the label’s spring/summer 2016 runway show — and walked in it.
The photographer Erik Madigan Heck creatively reinterprets pieces from 16 designers who are showing next week.
The Parisian shoe company’s Walk Over model updates a timeless silhouette with a chunkier sole.
The season’s men’s wear shows a softer side.
Los Angeles-based Nick Fouquet’s bold techniques have included using fire and paint, distressing felt and reinventing classic shapes altogether.
The all-female Ghostbusters reboot doesn’t hit theaters until July 2016, but much like the catwalks in Paris, we now already know what these women will be wearing come next year. Director Paul Feig tweeted a photo of the newly-designed uniforms that Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Melissa McCarthy will wear, unveiling these cargo pocket-heavy designs to the world. Which, when you think about it, makes these new costumes very much on-trend
Photo: Getty Images When you first pull them out of the box, white sneakers almost blind you with their cleanliness and sheer brightness. On your first few wears, you might notice yourself being extra careful around puddles, avoiding grass at all costs, and steering clear any potential staining environment. But, eventually, you’re going to fall victim to the elements or barbecue sauce (especially at this time of year).