The model and body activist may have shot to fame for being the first plus-size model to cover the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, but our Spring 2019 cover star is on a mission to give a voice to women and others who feel marginalized by society.
Still a student at London’s storied Central Saint Martins, the young designer who came to fame when Adwoa Aboah wore one of his creations to the Met Gala is balancing coursework and his own vintage-inspired designs, combining an idealized vision of America with a bent for sustainability in one-of-a-kind designs.
With her young menswear label Bode, the designer and collector pulls from her archive of vintage fabrics for inspiration to establish an æsthetic that rejects the seasonal whims of most of the fashion world.
The three-year-old label created by Alejandro Gómez Palomo is wildly opulent and unabashed in rejecting gender constructs and the existing precepts of the fashion industry.
Best known for the cult following of its stylish sneakers, the Italian brand continues to expand into clothing with a new collaboration featuring two exclusive colors of the protected handwoven fabric.
In this dramatic fashion feature from our Fall 2018 issue, Nicholas Alan Cope and Victoria Bartlett spotlight the season’s boldest shapes on Veronika Vilim.
With experience at Zegna and Yeezy, the Chinese duo behind the Shanghainese-Milanese menswear label are redefining gender stereotypes for a new generation.
With a direct-to-consumer, member-driven business model, the former tech entrepreneur Sonia Trehan is inventing the fashion label of the future.
In her first jewelry collaboration, the painter and sculptor translates her large-scale plaster heads into necklaces, earrings, and brooches inspired by her family with the help of the two sisters behind sustainable line AGMES.
The Beijing-based menswear designer serves as a cross-cultural bridge in an era when the fashion world is increasingly focused on the history and artistic legacy of Asia and China in particular.