The 7 Swedish Designers Taking Over Fashion
Sweden found an empty plot in the fashion landscape and moved in, it seems. In the past decade, we’ve seen a great emergence from the Scandinavian soil, supplying its bounty of smart designers to an apparently needy industry. Mother to H&M, the country has more to offer, too. From the well-recognized Acne Studios to Eytys–a footwear brand monopolizing feet on the street and now moving onto denim–Swedish exports are taking over fashion whether you know it or not.
Lady Gaga’s Best Looks of 2018
Our one and only, Lady Gaga, led a busy life this year to nobody’s surprise, as it seems the star’s stamina runs on a ceaseless battery of ambition and passion. In the past 365 days alone, the powerhouse released a critically-acclaimed film alongside co-star and director, Bradley Cooper, with a full original soundtrack and press tour to accompany, graced glossies from Vogue to Elle, and closed the European leg of her Joanne Tour. Within all of that, she also landed deals with MAC cosmetics…
PANGAIA Is the New Brand Creating Sick Sustainable Fashion
As consumers, we are constantly grappling with how to be ethical consumers while also wearing things that we love. Not only is fast-fashion polluting Earth, but it’s a colossal industry that often abuses garment workers in poor countries and puts them in harmful working conditions. PANGAIA is a brand that’s trying to move the in the right direction. They’re working tooth and nail to create clothing constructed from renewable, sustainable, post-consumer recycled materials. They are…
Go Global and Local with Fucking Young!
The latest issue of Fucking Young! offers a vision of the world that is at once grandly international and hyperlocal<a href=”https://models.com/feed/?p=71105″ title=”Go Global and Local with Fucking Young!”>More…</a>
LP Digs Deep on Heart to Mouth
For music buffs of a certain generation, the stage name of New York-born singer-songwriter Laura Pergolizzi, a.k.a. LP, may conjure the black lacquer vinyls of yesteryear—a fitting association given LP’s raw, full-throated sound and 70s-inflected style that, in today’s synth-heavy, streaming-dominated landscape, allow LP to hover somewhere between nostalgia and novelty, black-and-white and 4D.
It’s that combination that propelled the breakout success of LP’s 2016 album Lost on You,…
Moncler Hosts Celeb Packed Release for 7 Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara
Over 250 guests arrived at the Moncler store in Soho to celebrate 7 Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara’s collection preview.
Models, influencers, actors Lucas Fersko, RJ King, Nolan Funk, Chase Hill, Ryan Frederick, and more skated on an installation set up in the store, while Yolanda Hadid, Jordyn Woods, Justine Skye, Tom Sachs, Gizele Oliveira, Johannes Huebl, and more sipped on CBD cocktails and tried on the new collection.
A creative director, musician and record producer from Japan, (as well …
Dress Code: Art Basel Miami
Saving us from the winter vortex that is New York, or anywhere else in the nation’s northeast, is Art Basel Miami. For those unfamiliar with the art fair that thankfully occurs in sunny South Beach, the annual event is equally reputable for its parties as it is for its art. Visiting galleries across the world are exhibiting shows at the Miami Beach Convention Center this weekend, starting today through Sunday, December 9th, while visiting DJs, event producers and designers will host elaborate…
V EXCLUSIVE: KIM PETRAS COLLABORATES WITH SAKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
The superstar songstress on everybody’s lips is Kim Petras, whose career catapulted after her debut single, “I Don’t Want It All,” became a queer anthem to the masses last year. Having just released a dance bop with Cheat Codes, called “Feeling of Falling,” the sonic star is ending her 2018 on a high note. Making things even sweeter, the icon-in-the-making has just released a holiday collaboration with fashion retail juggernaut, Saks Fifth Avenue.