Eleanor Lambert is the subject of the latest from the Museum at FIT, organized by graduate students in its Fashion and Textile Studies program.
Bought a T-shirt to support Australian bushfire relief or Planned Parenthood? This is for you.
With eco-consciousness and streetwear becoming two of the buzziest categories in fashion, it was only a matter of time before they overlapped.
Meet Willie Norris Workshop, Salt and Hecha/做.
The creative, who recently published their debut memoir "Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story," shares their earliest shopping memories and why they prefer to shop thrift and vintage over traditional, gendered retail environments.
The emerging talent's debut Spring 2019 collection, which draws inspiration from old comics and furniture, is already in select boutiques and retailers.
The influencer gets real about her approach towards getting dressed, why the fashion industry should go ageless and more.
These are the labels to watch if you're on the hunt for the perfect sweater.
Her advocacy-focused projects — Slow Factory, The Library and Study Hall — are shaping how we can make the fashion industry, and the world at large, a better place.
The sex educator and influencer gets personal about how mood and memory influence her shopping choices.
They're promoting visibility for and by LGBTQIA+ individuals in a way that feels dynamic and non-exploitative.
Young designers and brands are noticing a lack of novelty in the outerwear category.
Her new Parsons exhibit, "Fashion and Race: Deconstructing Ideas, Reconstructing Identities," considers the industry's exclusionary past while proposing a radical new future
Since each item is limited edition and made from vintage materials, designer Allison Stefanoni's products feel entirely unique.
Olivia Horan, a New York City college student, has a history of launching sustainable fashion businesses with secondhand clothes.
Meet Radimo, Rebirth Garments and Official Rebrand.
The bicoastal brand started in 2013, relaunched in 2017 and now has plans to expand its audience and designs.
My shopping habit was the marker of a laundry list of issues I was not addressing.