Kerby Jean-Raymond Wins CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award
The Haitian-American creator of Pyer Moss embraces Black resistance and resilience in his collections.
Designers of Color Show Out With These Inspired Fashion Week Looks
As the fashion industry takes steps toward more equitable representation, this year’s shows featured several designers and models of color.
WATCH: André Leon Talley Narrates His Trailblazing Ascent to Fashion Royalty
The fashion journalist chronicles his path from poverty to the top of the fashion world in “The Gospel According to André.”
Streetwear Designer Virgil Abloh Named Artistic Director for Louis Vuitton
The Off-White founder is the first Black designer to hold this position at the fashion house.
Jourdan Dunn Rocks An Afro on Two Vogue Brasil Covers, and it is Glorious
#BlackGirlMagic is on full display on February’s Vogue Brasil twin covers.
Check Out Jaden Smith in Louis Vuitton's New Womenswear Campaign
Louis Vuitton’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière released photos of the 17 year old.
Clothing Line Imagines Black Leaders as University Namesakes
Philadelphia Printworks’ “School of Thought” line features shirts from fictional universities built on the philosophies of Audre Lorde, James Baldwin and other Black ideological leaders.
Alabama City May Outlaw Sagging Pants, Short Skirts
Dadeville councilperson Frank Goodman on wearing sagging pants: “It is not in His orders to do that to gain eternal life.”
Staceyann Chin Strips Down to Talk Fashion, Identity and Politics
As part of a series called StyleLikeU, lesbian poet Staceyann Chin shares her views on motherhood, fashion, racism and the world she wants for her and her young daughter.
Muslim Girls on Minneapolis B-Ball Team Design Culturally Appropriate Uniforms
The girls, who play for a Cedar-Riverside community team, built their new uniforms for speed.
Supermodel Patricia Velasquez Tells Her Coming-Out Story
The Venezuelan beauty wants to inspire others to embrace their true identities with her new memoir.
Five Native Designers You Should Know
A growing number of Native designers are using the power of the Internet to distribute their work themselves. They’re displaying their creations on platforms like Instagram, expanding their audiences not only in the U.S., but worldwide.
'Hey Queer Photo Project' Shows Off Dapper Asian Style
New project focuses on masculine-of-center queer Asian style.
Oscar De La Renta: 'I Feel Very Lucky That I've Had a Wonderful Life'
The 82-year-old designer from the Dominican Republic had become an icon of global fashion.
Watch Alexander Wang Talk About His Journey in Fashion
The Chinese-American designer talks about what motivates his creativity.
PBS Explores Gender, Fashion and 'the Right to be Handsome'
A new segment by Ivette Feliciano explores how and why clothing for gender non-conforming people is on the rise.
Video: 'There Would Be No Fashion Without Immigration'
A look at how Asian and Latino garment workers have transformed visual culture.
Open Letter Takes Aim at American Apparel's 'Made in Bangladesh' Ad
Proof that a year can’t go by without the company dancing the thin line between provocative and racist.
What Is Latina Fashion? Ámbar Is Target's Answer
Talk about market segmentation.
Barneys Spring Ad Campaign Features Transgender People
The retailer hopes the ads will elevate trans acceptance.