Yenardy González Pulido

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African Menswear Goes Global

From the racks of Tokyo retailers to the showrooms of Pitti Uomo, African menswear brands are enjoying both critical and commercial acclaim.<p><b>LAGOS,</b> …

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These Old School Menswear Brands Need To Make A Comeback

Seven defunct lines from our teenhood that we desperately miss.<p>In a time where the future is far too depressing and bleak to envision, we're scouring …

As The World Forgets Tee

Adam Priester’s work has a funny relationship with spacetime. Sometimes the stillest still life seems to be blazing into the future with impossible velocity. Sometimes the whole fabric of “reality” slips off to reveal a stunning interplay of swirling abstraction and precise geometry. Who would have …

Menswear label Noah is proving it’s punk to care

On the corner of Mulberry Street in Nolita, the historic slice of downtown New York’s Little Italy, sits Noah, with a whitewashed façade accented with red and blue. The store is the home to Brendon Babenzien’s nascent clothing label, which he launched little under a year ago after leaving his post …

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The Fall Sock Trend Skaters Made Cool Again

Now that it's getting colder out, you're going to need to put on some socks. The biggest trend at the moment is retro athletic socks with two or three colored stripes up top. The throwback style was originally worn by roller-derby champs and OG skate rats from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, so it's …

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RIP Dylan Rieder, the Skater Who Changed Fashion Forever

The talented skater, model, and designer passed away yesterday at just 28 years old.<p>Skateboarding was once thought of as a pseudo-sport strictly for weirdos and outcasts, but today, skate tees, jeans, and Vans are telltale signs of people who know style—whether we're talking a $60 pair of Old …